Discovering the Thai Route: Pre-Departure Note

The Yacht Week

By The Yacht Week

Posted on 7th December 2013

Sit back. Take a load off. Let me introduce you to The Yacht Week, Thailand. South East Asia is unchartered territory for us. The west coast of Thailand is home to some 39 main islands and a hundred or so smaller ones dotted about the region. These specks in the ocean are a tantalizing composition of turquoise water, lush inland jungle and divine beaches.

TYW Thailand

Stretching the horizons, our itinerary aims to unearth a raft of settings with un-spoilt natural beauty coupled with a myriad of adventure activates, ultimate sailing and of course some wild parties. With a fleet of 13 yachts and a crew of 120 Yacht Week alumni from around the world, there’s going to be no messing around. We know what we’re in for and the energy is ecstatic. Think limestone islands, sheer cliffs, hidden lagoons, fire dancers, ramshackle beachfront bars and a wealth of natural beauty, it’s going to be one hell of a week! If you are sitting in the office watching the rain and burning the working day on YouTube, come join the trip cruising the Andaman Sea and follow the shenanigans through our daily journal. TYW Thailand It’s my job to tease you, but more importantly, I want to show you why Thailand is going to be the number one destination for The Yacht Week in 2014. Are you ready? Buckle up, let’s go!
A bit about the author...
Katie has been traveling Asian/Pacific region for 10 years working as a forensic anthropologist and regional analyst. She hails from Scotland, where she studied Anthropology and International business progressing to Sydney to study and teach in the School of Peace and Journalism. Katie has worked for the United Nations as a translator, negotiator and media liaison in Cambodia, Australia, and New York. When she not surfing, chasing summers and eating coconuts, she is writing stories at [clearboth]

To book your own yacht and sail in Thailand this December, have a look at our Thailand information page.

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