Sailing at the discovery of the most remote and uncontaminated islands in the world, on a luxury yacht and in all comfort. In this one-way trip, you can travel over the entire paradisiacal Mergui Archipelago, leaving from Kawthaung, at the border between Myanmar and Thailand, and up to the historical city of Myeik. A 200 miles route from the south to the north on Perini Yacht, a magnificent super yacht of 130 feet. Passing through 800 islands covered by jungle and mangrove forests, you will experience the excitement of always-new anchorages in dozens of different bays, have lunch with the inhabitants of small indigenous villages, swim in crystal clear waters and go snorkelling on the reef, surrounded by dolphins. This is for sure the most exclusive cruise in Myanmar. On board, all the cabins are elegantly furnished and equipped with all comforts, with private bathroom and air conditioning. The chef and all the professional crew are ready to meet all your wishes, from espresso coffee in the morning to sunset aperitifs, and much more.
|DEPARTURE BASE||Kawthaung, Myanmar|
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday|
Double cabin spot
Transfers to/from the Marina
Full board service
Food and beverage
Bed linen and towels
Dinghy with outboard engine
Harbour and buoy fees
Sup and Kayak
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|HOW TO ARRIVE||
This one way cruise in the Mergui Archipelago departs from the city of Kawthaung in Southern Myanmar, right at the border with Thailand, and arrives in the port of Myeik. It is pretty easy to arrive there, and you can choose among different travel options.
Flying to Kawthaung: If you are already in Myanmar, you can fly directly to Kawthaung Airport, which is connected to various national airports and served by different local airlines. The most reliable and convenient travel company is Myanmar Airways.
Flying to Ranong: Another option is to fly to Ranong Airport. There are daily flights from Bangkok National Airport, managed by the airline Nok Air. From Ranong, we will take a long keel boat to cross the Pakchan River, and thus reach Kawthaung on the Myanmar side. The crossing takes only a few minutes, and we will help you with the customs practices before getting on the boat. The airport is well-served by local taxi drivers, who can take you to the boarding point on the Pakchan river. Alternatively, we can welcome you directly at the airport.
Arriving from Phuket: Phuket International Airport represents a good and convenient starting point to fly to Kawthaung. It is also possible to venture on a suggestive car trip to Ranong (4 hours), which is located at the border with Thailand, and reach Kawthaung by crossing the Pakchan River.
Disembark port: Myeik can best be reached by plane from Yangon. There are several daily flights. You can also take a short domestic flight from Kawthaung which will only take about 45 minutes. We do not recommend traveling to Myeik over land as road conditions might not be good and local transport companies are not ready to accommodate foreign travellers.
|Language||International crew and guests.|
|How to come||AIR: Phuket international Airport (HKT), AIR: Kawthaung Airport (KAW)|
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Day 1: Check-in
Find us waiting for you at the airport in the morning, carry you on board for an iced welcome cocktail, while our cabin crew finish some custom practices. Sail towards south to Za Det Gyi island. For your first dinner on board, the chef will surprise you with fish dishes served under an unforgettable starry night.
During the second morning, swim and snorkling on the beach. Lunch on board crossing the route to Myin Khwa island, full of calcareous caves reachable by kayak or dinghy. Drop the anchor in Macleod island's bay, sipping your favourite evening cocktail under the bonfire light, counting stars.
After breakfast, sail toward Boulder Rock, full of gorgeous white beaches and long reefs. This is the perfect area to experience the underwater life. After lunch on the beach, the yacht sets sail to Lord Loughborough Island: have a visit to the Moken “sea gypsies” and the island’s temple. Afternoon spent in the Moken village, learning about their culture.
Early morning set sail direction Bo Cho Island, inside the Lampi's Nation Park, the right place to explore the wild fauna and typic flora of this region with the help of a ranger. After a short excursion under the fashinating jungle, we sail toward Tar Yar island, coasting its white beaches, take a break to explore the mangrove jungle with dinghy or kayak. Spend the evening in its most beautiful bay, isolated and quite, watching monkeys playing on the beach, being rocked to sleep from the night, listening to the sweet sound of the gibbons.
The cabin crew sail during the sunrise and while having breakfast, we arrive to Great Western Torres Islands, one of the best spots of the archipelago for snorkeling and scuba diving. You could choose between diving or just relaxing on the amazing white sand.
Sail navigation toward the 'Mermaid route' to finally drop the anchor on the wonderful west bay of Tanangthayi Kyun Island. Here there is always a fisher boat waiting for you: help our chef to visit the boat and pick the fish. After an afternoon spent playing water sports and a super seafood dinner, you will be ready to sleep well.
Last day is here and we want you to enjoy the holiday till the last second! Exploring some little islands using the dinghy, fishing and visiting the local villages. For your last night on board, the chef and the cabine crew organise an unforgettable party on the beach for you.
Day 8: Check-out
During the breakfast, sail toward the last docking ending the amazing journey: the harbour of the ancient colonial city Myeik. For the ones who need to reach immediately the airport, they disembark for first. The others have the opportunity to visit the local floating market and have a little city tour guided by our local guide. The cabin crew will guard and unload your luggage.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain. This program is intended as indicative and non-binding.
AVAILABLE BOAT CLASSES
Boat models, technical specifications and options may be subject to change. BeBlue organises crews by balancing age, gender and specific requests of participants and reserves the right to make free upgrades to higher classes if needed. All boats are selected with care and experience.
BeBlue reserves the right to replace any boat in or out of the catalogue with another of similar class and quality.