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Hire Catamaran LAGOON 421 Koh Chang Tai
Koh Chang Tai

LAGOON - 421 | 8 people (2014)

8
8
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From £647 per day

Hire Catamaran Seawind 1000 Ko Samui District
Ko Samui District

Seawind - 1000 | 18 people (1998)

18
5
Super owner
With a skipper

From £747 per day

Hire Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 500/540 Phuket
Phuket
5.0
 (11)

Lagoon - Lagoon 500/540 | 15 people (2009)

15
10
With a skipper

From £747 per day

Hire Catamaran Island Spirit Island Spirit 410 Ko Samui District
Ko Samui District

Island Spirit - Island Spirit 410 | 10 people (2017)

10
10
With or without a skipper

From £456 per day

Hire Catamaran Island Spirit Island Spirit 380 Ko Samui District
Ko Samui District

Island Spirit - Island Spirit 380 | 8 people (2016)

8
8
With or without a skipper

From £413 per day

Hire Catamaran Island Spirit Island Spirit 380 Ko Samui District
Ko Samui District

Island Spirit - Island Spirit 380 | 8 people (2016)

8
8
With or without a skipper

From £355 per day

Hire Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 400 S2 Ko Samui District
Ko Samui District

Lagoon - Lagoon 400 S2 | 10 people (2017)

10
10
With or without a skipper

From £481 per day

Hire Catamaran Custom Blue Lagoon Phuket
Phuket

Custom - Blue Lagoon | 1 person (2013)

1
14
With a skipper

From £4,226 per day

Hire Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Bahia 46 Phuket
Phuket
4.9
 (6)

Fountaine Pajot - Bahia 46 | 30 people (2007)

30
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From £1,046 per day

Hire Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 450S Phuket
Phuket
4.9
 (2)

Lagoon - Lagoon 450S | 12 people (2019)

12
12
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From £730 per day

Hire Catamaran Leopard - Robertson & Caine Leopard 51 Phuket
Phuket

Leopard - Robertson & Caine - Leopard 51 | 20 people (2018)

20
8
With a skipper

From £3,050 per day

Hire Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Mahe 36 Phuket
Phuket
4.2
 (1)

Fountaine Pajot - Mahe 36 | 6 people (2013)

6
6
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From £293 per day

Hire Catamaran Nautitech 47 Phuket
Phuket
4.8
 (4)

Nautitech - 47 | 15 people (2009)

15
Super owner
With a skipper

From £880 per day

Hire Catamaran Vision Matrix Matrix 45 Phuket
Discount offer
Phuket
New

Vision Matrix - Matrix 45 | 8 people (2014)

8
8
With or without a skipper

From £610 per day

Hire Catamaran Island Spirit Catamarans Island Spirit 410 Phuket
Phuket
4.8
 (1)

Island Spirit Catamarans - Island Spirit 410 | 10 people (2019)

10
10
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From £395 per day

Hire Catamaran PREMIUM 450 Phuket
Discount offer
Phuket
5.0
 (1)

PREMIUM - 450 | 15 people (2017)

15
8
Super owner
With a skipper

From £1,867 per day

Hire Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 450F Koh Chang Tai
Koh Chang Tai

Lagoon - Lagoon 450F | 10 people (2015)

10
10
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From £771 per day

Hire Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 450 S Phuket
Phuket
5.0
 (1)

Lagoon - Lagoon 450 S | 30 people (2017)

30
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From £1,519 per day

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Hiring a catamaran in Thailand

Often referred to as the “Land of Smiles”, Thailand is a top destination for travellers seeking an exotic and memorable holiday. With its stunning natural beauty, vibrant culture, and delicious cuisine, Thailand has something for everyone. Visitors can explore ancient temples, relax on tropical beaches, shop in bustling markets and indulge in traditional Thai massages.

One unique way to experience Thailand's natural beauty is by hiring a catamaran. The country boasts over 2,000 miles of coastline, with countless islands and hidden coves waiting to be discovered. Catamarans are a great way to explore these remote areas and offer a comfortable and luxurious way to travel. So what are you waiting for? Book your catamaran charter in Thailand now to have the sailing experience of a lifetime!


How much does it cost to hire a catamaran in Thailand?

The price to book a catamaran hire in Thailand depends on various factors, including the type of catamaran you choose, the number of people travelling, the size and age of the vessel, the season and the duration of your trip. If you opt for a captain, a crew or water sports equipment, the price of your catamaran charter in Thailand may also vary. Please contact the boat owner on the Nautal internal messaging service to find out more about the different possibilities available.

The starting price for a catamaran hire in Thailand is £756 during the peak season. However, the price will be more expensive in destinations which are more popular.

Is it possible to charter a catamaran in Thailand with or without a skipper?

You have the possibility of booking a catamaran hire in Thailand with or without a skipper. If you wish to plan your own itinerary and explore the country at your own pace, we recommend booking a catamaran in Thailand without a skipper. However, if you have little to no sailing experience and wish to make the most out of your trip, we recommend opting for a skippered catamaran charter in Thailand. The skipper will make sure that you have an amazing trip, taking you to hidden places and being in charge of all the sailing logistics.

What to do in Thailand?

Thailand is a country full of unique cultural experiences, stunning beaches, and delicious food. There are a variety of places to visit with your catamaran hire in Thailand, each offering something different and exciting for travellers. One popular destination is Koh Phi Phi and Maya Bay, located in the Andaman Sea. The island is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, crystal clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs. Visitors can go snorkelling or scuba diving, hike to the island's stunning viewpoint, or simply relax on the pristine beaches.

Another must-visit destination is the Similan Islands, a group of nine islands located in the Andaman Sea on the west coast of Thailand. Known for their turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, the islands offer some of the best snorkelling and diving opportunities in the country. The marine life is diverse and abundant, and visitors can swim with sea turtles, tropical fish, and even whale sharks.

Koh Samui is another popular destination, located in the Gulf of Thailand. The island is known for its luxury resorts, pristine beaches, and lively nightlife. Visitors can take a dip in the refreshing waterfalls, visit the Big Buddha temple, or take a boat tour of the nearby islands.

Phang Nga Bay, located in southern Thailand, is known for its towering limestone cliffs, crystal-clear waters, and hidden lagoons. On your sailing holiday, you will be able to explore the bay by kayak, visit the famous James Bond Island, or relax on the secluded beaches.

Krabi, also located in southern Thailand, is a province known for its stunning limestone cliffs and clear blue waters. Visitors can take a boat tour of the nearby islands, hike to the top of Tiger Cave Temple for panoramic views of the area, or relax on the beaches of Railay Beach.

Finally, Phuket is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand, known for its lively nightlife, stunning beaches, and rich culture. Visitors can explore the old town, visit the Big Buddha, or take a boat tour of the nearby islands, including the famous Phi Phi Islands.

How is the weather and sailing conditions in Thailand?

The best time to book a catamaran hire in Thailand depends on the region you plan to visit and your preferred weather conditions. Generally, Thailand has two main seasons: the dry season (November to February) and the wet season (June to October).

If you want to enjoy sailing in the Andaman Sea on Thailand's west coast, the best time to visit is during the dry season from November to February when the weather is cool and dry, and the sea is calm. During this period, you can expect sunny skies and pleasant temperatures, which are ideal for sailing. On the other hand, if you plan to sail on the Gulf of Thailand on the east coast, the best time to visit is from December to April. The weather during this period is also pleasant, with less rainfall and mild temperatures.

It's worth noting that the dry season is also the peak tourist season in Thailand, which means that prices for accommodation and activities may be higher, and popular tourist destinations may be more crowded. If you prefer to avoid the crowds, consider visiting Thailand during the shoulder season (March to May and September to November) when the weather is still good, and the tourist crowds are smaller.

How to get to Thailand?

There are two major international airports in Thailand with direct flights to the UK; these include Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport in the country’s capital and Phuket International airport in the south. If you are heading to Phuket, Krabi or any destinations in the Andaman Sea, we recommend flying to Phuket and then travelling by car or public transport to reach your catamaran hire. On the other hand, if you are heading to Koh Samui or the islands in the Gulf of Thailand, a flight to Bangkok followed by a short domestic flight to these destinations would be quicker.


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