BeBlue offers a wide range of sailboats and catamarans to rent for an unforgettable sailing cruise to Koh Chang, picture-postcard white beaches with turquoise waters in which to dive and discover the magnificent coral reefs. Only here can you enjoy breathtaking scenery, good food and culture. Selected catamarans and sailing boats are waiting for you to sail to Koh Chang, contact us for a customized quote.
|DEPARTURE BASE||Salak Phet Marina , Thailand|
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday|
Skipper (from 1.260€)
Hostess (from 850€)
Dinghy outboard engine (from 60€)
Extra ports and buoys (approx. 100€)
On-line galley with delivery on board
From €1,300 per week for boats with 4 cabins and 4 bathrooms.
Catamarans with 4 double cabins and 2/4 bathrooms are also available and are perfect for groups of 6 and 8 people.
|HOW TO GET THERE||
The reference airport is Trat (TDX), which can only be reached by air from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) with Bangkok Airways. Three daily flights are available: the first in the early morning, the second around noon and the third in the late afternoon. The flight takes exactly one hour.
From Trat airport you can reach the island of Koh Chang by minibus, which also includes the ferry ticket in the price.
Please do not hesitate to contact us: we are available for any advice or clarification.
|Language||International crew and guests.|
|How to come||AIRPLANE: Trat International Airport (TDX)|
|Highlights||This island is the second largest in Thailand, with a very rugged relief that accompanies it throughout its entire extension. It is covered by a lush jungle, with picture-postcard bays and fiery sunsets. The park covers an area of 650 square kilometres and spreads over 47 islets stretching from the district of Laem Ngob to that of Klong Yai. Chang Island offers the possibility of experiencing exciting inland adventures such as trekking through the forest or riding elephants through the centuries-old jungle, inhabited by wild boar, Javanese mongooses, reptiles, deer and more than 60 different species of birds.|