Expand your horizons

and sail in these tropical cruising areas in the Indian and Pacific Ocean.

Tropical Sailing Holidays

These sailing destinations are worth making a special trip or you can include a yacht charter in a longer holiday to the Far East or Australia. We can arrange flights, hotels, car hire, whatever you want to make your dream holiday come true.

Click on the cruising areas below for more details on sailing in the Tropics.  

Seychelles

Stunning scenery in this unspoilt paradise. Huge granite rocks polished by the waves, giant palm trees, turquoise inlets fringed by lush green takamakas shading white sandy beaches. This is the paradise of the Seychelles in the middle of the Indian Ocean "1,000 miles from anywhere."


Thailand

Explore the enchanting Andaman Sea from Phuket on the West coast of Thailand.  Find peace and tranquillity amongst dramatic scenery and beautiful beaches. Phang Nga Bay is a protected, very dramatic cruising area, with a fantastic gallery of giant limestone sculptures rising out of emerald waters.


Malaysia

The hundred or so islands in the Langkawi archipelago offer deserted beaches, modern marinas and world-class resorts. The outstanding natural landscape is covered in lush ancient rainforest and framed by blue skies. On Langkawi Island there are many fabulous resorts, beautiful beaches and bays.


Tahiti

Raiatea, Bora Bora, Tahaa and Huahine in Tahiti are the jewels of the South Pacific. Discover a world of palm-fringed beaches, azure seas, lush tropical forests, sparkling silver waterfalls, stunning anchorages, perfect sailing. You’ll be enchanted by the magical beauty of these islands.


Whitsundays

Sail the Whitsunday Islands, protected by the Great Barrier Reef, with fantastic beaches, resorts and excellent diving. The high spot of your next trip down-under. With lush green islands protected by the Great Barrier Reef, calm seas and balmy tradewinds, the Whitsundays is a sailor’s paradise.

 

On the island of Praslin in the Seychelles, the Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve still has a natural palm forest preserved in its original state. The famous coco de mer, from a palm-tree once believed to grow under the sea, is the largest seed in the plant kingdom. In the 19th century the British General Gordon declared that the Vallée de Mai was the Garden of Eden and that coca de mer was the tree of knowledge. The suggestive two-lobed form gave rise to many legends – including a belief that the nuts possessed aphrodisiac powers. 

Shaken, not stirred: Khao Tapu (a.k.a James Bond Island) is a solitary pillar in the sea off Phuket, Thailand. It is the most remarkable attraction of Phang-nga, and has become a popular tourist attraction since it was featured in the 1974 James Bond movie, ‘The Man with the Golden Gun.’

Raiatea, meaning "faraway heaven" and "sky with soft light", was first named Havai'i after the homeland of the ancient Polynesians and is the most sacred island in the South Pacific. This was the center of religion and culture over 1000 years ago and still lends enchantment to ancient legends told to this day. The green-carpeted mountains include the celebrated Mt. Temehani, a sort of Polynesian Mt. Olympus.

"Excellent help and information from your staff. yacht in excellent condition, base staff were very helpful and friendly. Top notch flotilla staff. Could not praise them enough. This was an amazing holiday and I'm sure we'll be back next year."
Ionian Flotilla in Greece 2013 - P.S.

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