The exceptionally gifted geology of Houbihu in Kenting preserves the most original and purest nature. The small fishing village along the coast reveals its down-to-earth past.
All of our brand new Lagoon catamaran yachts are fully equipped to the highest specification for maximum performance and safety, with the comfort you would expect from a hotel. With a Simpson Marine crewed charter holiday you get to enjoy the pleasure of yachting alongside a well-deserved rest.
Ocean Voyager 73 is here to serve you with a whole new experience of yacht party! Ocean Voyager show you around the spectacular Phuket with all the beautiful music, cuisines and wine, you can dance in this ocean heaven.
Chom Tawan 2, an Italian-built Azimut 50, is perfect for entertaining, whether it be enjoying a BBQ on the spacious flybridge or dining in style and comfort in the sumptuous cabin. Offering a large sun-bed on the foredeck and ample lounge areas on the flybridge, it is very easy to find your own place in the sun or shade for the day.
Further East, Cruising into clearer waters, Krabi Province blends the staggering photography of Phang Nga with the stunning coral-fringed islands of the Andaman Sea. Long popular with rock-climbers and beachcombers alike, Krabi’s Rai-Le beach is most fully appreciated lying at anchor and watching the spectacular sunset cast its warm glow across the sand.
Whether your interest is relaxing on a beautiful beach, or getting active with a snorkel, Phi Phi has something to offer you.
Koh Lanta Yai is the main tourist island here and is approximately 30km long and 6km wide with 11 sweeping, white sand beaches along the west coast, set against a backdrop of rubber trees, palm trees, mountains and jungle. Most of the available accommodation, restaurants and bars have grown around seven of the beaches, leaving four secluded beaches almost untouched. The bays generally become quieter and more secluded the further south you go.
The Similan Islands, rated one of the top ten global dive locations in the world, are 50 miles west of Phuket, and the NE winds makes these islands an unmissable spectacle with the clearest waters imaginable. Spectacular coral growths and teeming marine life make this a diver’s playground and holiday which will be remembered for a lifetime.
Lucky ones may get to see turtles or black tip sharks here as well of course as a wide range of colorful reef fish such as angel Fish, Butterfly Fish and Puffer Fish. Ko Rok is fully owned and protected by the National Marine Parks of Thailand , there are no privately run businesses here.