Thailand catamaran cruise. For a holiday different from the usual itineraries, you can opt for catamaran charter in this beautiful country. Today Thailand is a nation in full economic growth and a mecca of mass tourism, but we offer catamaran trips to get away from the crowds and be able to combine fun with the pleasure of discovering remote islands, dream beaches and sailing for miles and miles. in calm and pristine waters. Our charter operators in Thailand have been selected among the best, in order to have an optimal service both for the welcome and assistance, and for the quality of the boats proposed. If you choose to rent the catamaran, you can leave from three different locations that each represent a different area of Thailand, with their own peculiarities and characteristics: Koh Chang, Koh Samui and Phuket. Koh Chang is one of the major islands of the homonymous archipelago, south-east of Bangkok and reachable in about two hours by land plus a short ferry transfer. It is a destination with much less tourism than the rest of Thailand, so optimal if you want to enjoy a relaxing cruise among natural landscapes and genuine villages. The navigable area is part of a protected marine area, so it will be an alternation of places equipped for tourism, with others almost uninhabited, whose anchorage is however guaranteed by buoy parks. Ao Salkpet is a picturesque fishing village on the island of departure, then en route southeast to Koh Wai: a wild islet, where you will find nothing but pristine beaches fringed with palm trees and banana trees. And continuing we meet Koh Mak and Koh Kut, paradises of relaxation and snorkeling; the second almost on the border with Cambodia, in a largely unexplored territory. The second alternative is to start from Koh Samui, a famous island near the eastern coasts of the narrow peninsula that stretches towards Malaysia, inside the Gulf of Siam. This island is a compromise between tourist services, historical sites and naturalistic beauties. Chaweng beach is the most famous, with its 5 km of white sand, but with the catamaran you can go to the discovery of sheltered bays and bays that are not lacking on the island, especially on the north coast. Then to visit Buddha Beach, with the statue of the prophet 12 meters high, the market of the Fisherman Village in Bophut, the Na Muang waterfalls. Furthermore, Koh Samui is part of a small archipelago, to be visited and discovered with short navigations: Tean Island, Koh Phangan and the Ang Tong National Marine Park. Finally, the last possibility as a starting point for the catamaran cruise is Phuket, on the west coast of the Andaman Sea. The island, the largest in Thailand, is famous for its wild nightlife and cinematic locations: you will find here a condensation of tourism, scenic beauty, local history (the city of Phuket has an ancient center with colorful houses and particular architecture of Portuguese and Chinese origin), restaurants and local culture.