April 7th 2017

Charter a yacht and visit the top 3 places of the Andaman Sea

Book this amazing experience in the Andaman Sea on board of the exceptional M/Y BLOSSOM

Charter a yacht and visit the top 3 places of the Andaman Sea

Out of the many great places that you can visit in the Andaman Sea, we want to focus on three specific ones that we believe can bring you an unbeatable experience: Phuket and Phang Nga Bay region, the Similan Islands National Park, and last but not least the Archipelago of Langkawi. We invite you to do it in the most exclusive way, by chartering the amazing BLOSSOM yacht that includes very low operating costs and low VAT.

Phuket is synonym of paradisiac beaches. Consisting of 33 islands, over 3 million people visited this Thailand province last year and it's one of the best spots in the world for chartering a yacht. Just north of it we find Phang Nga Bay, which is without a doubt a place that you can't miss out. Famous thanks to its islets, cliffs and caves it has been the set for so many movies. If you want to feel like James Bond sail to his super well known island of Ko Tapu, that became famous after the movie “Tomorrow never dies”.

                               

The Similan Islands are considered the pearls of the Andaman Sea. Formed by 11 islands, each of them has its own number and plays a different role within the National Park. Number 1, 2 and 3 are under a very strict conservationist rule and cannot be visited because of the turtle hatching. Number 8, named Koh Similan, is the biggest and most famous one with its unique white sand beach. The Similan Islands are recognized worldwide for being an excellent spot for scuba diving or snorkeling. Islands number 6, 7 and 9 are the right ones to enjoy spectacular colar reefs and colourful marine life.

                               

Traveling south now we bump into the Archipelago of Langkawi, in Malaysia. Identified as a very romantic place, this location always makes it to the list of hottest honeymoon places in the world. But in Langkawi not everything is about sailing. The Government of Malaysia gave the island a duty fee status in November 2016, resulting in a huge increased of shopping malls and restaurants that visitors like you can take great advantage from.

                               

 

 

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