Phuket Sailing Itinerary
Our Guide to a Phuket Sailing Itinerary
Phuket is Thailand's biggest island, which contains some of Thailand's most beautiful beaches, many of which are backed by picturesque tropical rainforests.
The clear waters of the western shore lines are located in Southern Thailand. Phuket is located in the Phuket Providence, which also contains over 32 smaller equally as beautiful islands all of which are located in the Andaman Sea.
These islands and the surrounding islands of the Andaman Sea attract visitors from all over the world, who come to discover what the islands have to offer.
Our Phuket Sailing Itinerary begins in Phuket and continues on to a number of islands in the Andaman Sea. Phuket is a natural beauty and from here our Phuket Sailing Itinerary proceeds onto Phang Nga Bay, James Bond Island (made famous by the James Bond movie), Krabi and then on to the southern islands of Phi Phi, Koh Lana and the Racha Islands. Before heading back to Phuket to complete the Phuket Sailing Itinerary.
These stops can be completed as either a 7 day Phuket Sailing Itinerary or a leisurely 10 day itinerary, stopping in smaller coves along the way.
The starting and ending point of our Phuket Sailing Itinerary is in Phuket. Phuket International Airport has flights arriving and departing from Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Hong-Kong, Shanghai, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Melbourne, Singapore, Frankfurt and Istanbul. These flights can be utilised with connections all over the world. The Royal Phuket Marina is located 30 minutes drive from Phuket Airport.
Phuket and it's surrounding area have a tropical monsoon climate. With an annual high of 32 degrees celsius and an annual low of 25 degrees celsius. Dry season lasts from December to March, which is also referred to as Northwest Monsoon season, where the winds are generally between 10 and 20 knots. From May onwards is referred to as the Southwest Monsoon season or wet season, during this period winds can reach up to 20+ knots.
Phuket and many of the islands in our Phuket sailing itinerary have a number of high end world class marinas. Along with sandy and muddy sea beds, perfect for anchoring. Although it should be taken into consideration that there are a large number of coral reefs in the area, to be wary of.