Phuket has long been crowned as a paradisiacal destination in Asia, thanks to its crystal waters, dreamlike coves, exquisite beaches, delicious cuisine and more. As one of the most popular charter destinations, Phuket is the perfect location to enjoy a magnificent charter experience.
Simpson Yacht Charter is delighted to offer a special promotion on a one-week ‘Phuket Discovery’ on three of our most popular Lagoon Catamaran models. Enjoy 30% off any bookings made before July 2021 for charters between 1 October 2021 to 1 May 2022. On top of that, we are offering free rescheduling within a year for any Covid related travel restrictions. Simply put down a minimal 10% deposit on your preferred yacht to enjoy this special deal.
Luxury Lagoon Catamarans at 30% off for your selection:
Here is a 7-Day Phuket itinerary to tempt you to book one of these unforgettable charter experiences.
Embark on your luxury yacht in Ao Po Marina and start your trip by sailing down to Koh Rang Yai. Koh Rang Yai is an uninhabited island 5km east of Phuket, although it does have a few small restaurants and beach bungalows. It is most well-known for its pristine 1km long beach and amazing tree line hiking areas.
Set off early towards Khai Archipelago which consists of Khai Nai, Khai Nok and Khai Niui. Khai Nok is the largest of the three. Khai Nui is the smallest of all the islands, however due to having no beach it is one of the nicest places for swimming and snorkeling across the coral reef along the island. Khai Nai is the another great choice for snorkeling due to its crystal clear water. This is a perfect area to set up for the afternoon and enjoy a beach barbeque with friends and family. In the evening you could set sail to Cape Panwa which offers luxury beach clubs from Sri Panwa Phuket and local Thai delicacy restaurants.
Set sail from Cape Panwa down to Coral Island, also known as Ko He. Located on the south coast of Phuket it is well known for its splendid reefs and its two fine beaches to the north and south of the island. It has restaurants and various watersports to offer guests. From here you could set sail to the most southern point of the island at Promthep Cape and anchor off Rawai. Rawai is well known for its Sea Gypsies Fish Market and Phuket Seashell Museum which displays rare shells from Thailand and around the world. It also provides some great restaurants to choose from.
If you love hiking you could start your morning off by hiking to the most famous viewpoint in Phuket, which is Black Rock View Point. This enjoyable hike can take you around the coast line where you’ll have spectacular views of all of the south of Phuket. After this you can set sail to the furthest islands south in Phuket: Ratcha Noi and Ratcha Yai. Ratcha Yai has incredible beaches and your feet are your carriage here, as the island has a network of dirt paths that link all of the beaches and resorts together. Ratcha Noi is 10km south of Ratcha Yai and has less beaches due to the coral reef build up. Whilst at these islands you can snorkel in the pristine clear waters and these areas are also famous for diving. We would highly recommend doing scuba diving here with a local tour company if you have never dived before.
Choose to stay at Ratcha for one more night or head towards Koh Mai Thon. Koh Mai Thon is famous for its unique corals and crystal clear waters. This is a perfect location for diving, swimming or even fishing. Occasionally there are also pods of dolphins that visit these islands – this has been a more frequent occurrence during the past 18 months.
From Koh Mai Thon start your cruise north towards Coconut Island. Coconut Island is located east of Phuket Town and is well known for its great sea food and excellent “Laem Hin Seafood Restaurant” on stilts. It has some easily accessible hiking trails and is a great area to relax.
Finish your charter off with a relaxing cruise towards Ao Po Grand Marina, stopping off at Naka Island on the way.
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