Ko Samui

Ko Samui

Longtail boat on Ko Samui

is the largest Island in the southern Gulf of Thailand with an area of 228.7 km2 and the highest mountain 635 m. There are at the moment around 55.000 people living there. Many resorts and hotels are available here for visitors of Thailand. If you have not much time for your holiday or don’t want to spend hours on buses or trains you can fly from Bangkok to Koh Samui in less than an hour.

If Ko Samui is the island of your choice for your vacation and you want to do some sailing on our sailing yacht “Yun Khan” we are happy to pick you up from there.

Where can you sail from Ko Samui

From Ko Samui we can sail to Koh Phangan or even to the Ang Thong national marine park and as far as Koh Tao. We will arrange relaxed time and food aboard for you to make it a special day of your holiday. Join us on day sailing cruise or charter the sailing yacht for special events like birthdays where your group can be as big as 6 person on this yacht.

Sailing around Ko Samui

Starting to sailing from Ko Samui is perfect for day cruises, enjoying the time aboard,  swimming, snorkeling or even do some fishing. Trips can last up to 8 hours. Sunset Cruises are possible too.

Sailing from Ko Samui to Ko Phangan

Sailing from Ko Samui to Ko Phangan can be already a overnight cruise spending the night aboard the sailing yacht in a quite bay and sailing back to Koh Samui the next day.

Sailing from Ko Samui to Ang Thong marine park

another option is to visit the Ang Thong marine park by boat. You will need to stay there for at least one night inside the marine park since we will need approximately one day to cover the distance from Ko Samui to Ang Thong.

Sailing from Ko Samui to Ko Tao

This route needs two  to three charter days. Several stopover are possible even the route Ko Samui – AngThong – Ko Tao.

Contact us through our booking form and we will suggest the most enjoyable itinerary  to sail from Ko Samui to you.

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