Thailand - bareboat yacht charters
Based in the province of Trat on the eastern Gulf of Thailand, the new base will offer amazing sailing throughout the Koh Chang archipelago. This area incorporates Koh Chang National Park which includes the islands of Koh Chang, the second largest in Thailand after Phuket, Koh Kut, Koh Mak and around 50 other inviting islands.
Discover breathtaking coastlines framed by magnificent high peaks, steep cliffs and luscious hillsides. Explore pristine beaches, anchor off deserted islands and dive into true blue waters. This sailing area remains relatively undiscovered by tourists and is a step back in time.
The climate of Thailand is tropical, with an average annual temperature of 28°C and high humidity. It can get very hot in the Central Plains and south, but is cooler in the northern hills. Overall the best time to visit is November to March when days are mostly dry and the humidity lower, although Koh Samui is best from June to September.
Thailand is an ALL YEAR ROUND sailing destination. There are two main seasons, which are called the wet and dry season, or the SW or NE monsoon, respectively. Seasons tend to be predictable, although there may be inconsistencies as they change from one to the other.