Rent a yacht in Thailand at the best price, without a skipper

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+100 boats available

Lagoon - 420 | 1 person (12.6m)

Phuket
8
With captain
 3 · Super owner

From $934 per day

Fountaine Pajot - Bahia 46 | 30 people (14m)

Phuket
6
With captain
 4 · Super owner

From $934 per day

Riviera - M400 | 10 people (12m)

Phuket
10
With captain
 3

From $793 per day

Yanmar - Yanmar 60 hp | 6 people (6.5m)

Ko Samui District
6
With captain
Private

From $333 per day

Posillipo - Rizzardi - Technema 82 | 15 people (28m)

Phuket
8
With captain

From $3,647 per day

Chowa - 74 | 1 person (22m)

Kathu District
3
With captain

From $6,435 per day

BAVARIA - 39 | 6 people (11.89m)

Phuket
6
With or without a captain
 1 · Super owner

From $561 per day

Mumby - Mumby 51 | 25 people (15.4m)

Phuket
8
With captain

From $1,408 per day

Lagoon 440 - Owner Version | 25 people (13.61m)

Phuket
2
With captain
 1

From $1,409 per day

Custom Bulit - Kimberly 29 | 15 people (8.8m)

Ko Samui District
15
With captain
 1

From $1,275 per day

Bertram - Mai 35 | 8 people (10.6m)

Ko Samui District
8
With captain

From $1,275 per day

Overblue - 44 | 15 people (13.41m)

Mueang Phuket
2
With captain

From $3,104 per day

Fountaine Pajot - Saona 47 | 12 people (13.94m)

Phuket
12
With or without a captain

From $1,726 per day

LAGOON - 440 | 25 people (13.61m)

Phuket
8
With captain
 1

From $1,409 per day

Lagoon Catamaran - Lagoon 42 | 11 people (12.8m)

Phuket
11
With or without a captain
Super owner

From $1,371 per day

LAGOON - 421 | 8 people (12.61m)

Koh Chang Tai
8
With or without a captain

From $1,234 per day

Marquis 500 - Sport Coupe | 10 people (15m)

Phuket
4
With captain

From $4,456 per day

Aquaman - 27 | 12 people (8.2m)

Ko Samui District
12
With captain

From $1,275 per day

Search Boat Rentals in Thailand with Nautal

Thailand is a paradise for those who love the sun, sea, and sand. With its pristine beaches, lush green jungles, and vibrant cities, it’s no wonder why Thailand is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. And what better way to experience all that Thailand has to offer than on a boat charter?

A boat charter allows you to explore some of Thailand’s most amazing destinations without having to worry about packing your vessel. It also gives you access to some exclusive locations that would otherwise be inaccessible. Whether you want to spend your days lounging on the beach or exploring hidden coves and secluded islands, a boat charter is a perfect way to make the most out of your time in this tropical paradise.

No matter if it’s snorkeling in crystal clear waters or fishing in the deep blue sea, a boat charter ensures that everyone on board has the best time possible. You can enjoy private beach barbecues with freshly-caught seafood or take part in exciting water sports activities like jet skiing or parasailing. With so many activities available at your fingertips, it’s easy to understand why so many people choose a boat charter when visiting Thailand – it truly is paradise on earth!

Where to sail in Thailand?

Phi Phi islands

The Phi Phi Islands, a popular tourist destination in southern Thailand, are located about 28 nautical miles southeast of Phuket. Beautiful anchorages and quaint villages can be found that are great places to stop for lunch.

Koh Khai Nai

Koh Khai Nai also referred to as James Bond Island and the location for the movie "The Man with the Golden Gun," is one of the most well-liked stops on any Phuket boat rental. At the coveted Phang Nga Bay, home to the fabled James Bond Island, you can discover excellent anchorages. One of the best things to do in Thailand, this gorgeous bay is known for its steep limestone karsts that rise straight up from the water and are highlighted by secret lagoons and crystal-clear waters.

The Similan Islands

On a longer charter, visit the Similan Islands, which are 54 nautical miles northwest of Phuket. The tropical jungle is heavily forested on these nine granite islands.

A true snorkeling haven with enormous stones along the coastlines on several of the nine islands, these nine islands will capture your attention right away. The gorgeous beaches with white sand are frequently abandoned. However, the most fascinating sights may be discovered underwater, where some of the most magnificent coral in the world can be found.

Hong Lagoon

One of Thailand's most recognizable lagoons may be found on Koh Hong, an island off the coast of Krabi that is a part of the Than Bok Khorani National Park. When you arrive early for your yacht rental in Thailand, take advantage of the gorgeous beach and hiking trail before the tour guests show up.

Koh Phi Phi Don

While Koh Phi Phi Don may not be the ideal destination for those seeking privacy, it nonetheless appeals to tourists seeking a vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy Tonsai Bay's seaside eateries, bars, and stores that mix nicely with the breathtaking surroundings.

Koh Panyi

The Koh Panyi inhabitants live in hundreds of huts, eateries, and homes that are perched above the sea. During your boat charter in Thailand, you should explore this unique location where you may eat lunch of freshly caught fish, shop, and interact with the welcoming inhabitants.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Thailand?

The cost of a boat charter will depend on many factors, including the type of boat you choose, your desired duration, skipper/crew services, included amenities, or the age and model of the boat. Catamarans, yachts, sailboats, and motorboats are all available for charter in Thailand with prices ranging from $150-$3,000 per day.

  • Catamarans typically range from $150-$300 per day and vary depending on size and amenities. These boats are ideal for larger groups who want to explore the coastline while enjoying luxurious accommodations.
  • Yachts are more expensive and range from $1,000-$3,000 per day depending on size and features. Yachts offer spacious cabins with modern amenities such as air-conditioning, full kitchens, and entertainment systems. Yachts are perfect for those looking to experience some luxury while exploring Thailand’s coastlines.
  • Sailboats are another popular option in Thailand with prices ranging from $250-$500 per day depending on size and features. Sailboats of slower-paced paced journeys with plenty of time to take in your surroundings. They also provide ample space for entertaining friends or family members during your voyage.
  • Finally, motorboats are a great choice if you’re looking for speed and adventure. Motorboat charters range from $150-$500 per day depending on size and amenities. Motorboats are perfect for those looking to explore secluded coves or islands that may be inaccessible by larger vessels.

So if you’re looking to experience paradise on the high seas in Thailand, there is a wide variety of boats available to suit any budget or taste! Search through Nautal to customize your boat rental in Thailand.

Renting a boat with a skipper

From luxury yachts and speedboats to traditional sailing vessels and modern catamarans, there’s a boat charter for everyone in Thailand. Experienced captains can help you design an itinerary that takes you wherever you want to go, giving you an unforgettable experience of discovery and adventure. Whether you’re looking for an intimate getaway or an epic group vacation, a boat charter has something for everyone.

When is the best time to go to Thailand?

The optimum period for a Thailand sailing charter is from mid-October to mid-April when the rainy season is over and all national parks are open. May through early October is the monsoon season characterized by hot, muggy weather and heavy rains.

The hottest month in Phuket is March, when the average high is 83°F, while the coldest month is January when the average low is 81°F. With nine hours of sunlight per day, April has the most sunshine.

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