Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Sail the islands of southern Thailand. And take photos, lots and lots of photos.
I’d never really thought about going to Thailand before, but something about climbing aboard a catamaran and seeing the region by water intrigued me. The idea of getting away from the busy cities of Asia, and navigating the calm waters made my heart beat a little faster.
The catamaran was the perfect vessel for this type of trip. We loaded our gear into our cabins and set sail, instantly being transported to a new world. The feeling among our group was that we had been taken back in time, to a prehistoric land where we didn’t know what we would find. The landscape was raw and harsh, but the blue highway we travelled allowed us a clear path to wherever we pleased.
Our destinations ranged from busy cities, full of life and light, to deserted beaches and forested islands. No matter how far we wandered, our home was always near by. The mast bobbing with the waves, like a beacon calling us back. We always knew we had a comfortable place to retire to at the end of the day, often returning to amazing meals and drinks, prepared fresh by our on-board chef.
With camera in hand, we set sails for adventure. Heading into the unknown, with wide eyes and open minds, this is what we saw.
Most countries would be satisfied with just a single stretch of dazzling coastline. Not Thailand. And after you’ve spent a few days here with us – jetting from island to impossibly beautiful island aboard an exclusive catamaran – you will, too. View our small group sailing trips to Thailand here.