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10 days exploring Thailand and Myanmar on board luxury yacht Tiara

10 days exploring Thailand and Myanmar on board luxury yacht Tiara

Day 1:
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Phuket

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The islands around Thailand and Myanmar are as close to paradise as you’re likely to get on Earth — soft white sands, warm and clear seas lapping against deserted beaches. Perfect for water sports, hiking, diving and snorkelling, find your sanctuary on board a luxury yacht in the archipelagos.

The 54.3 metre luxury yacht Tiara, who is available year-round in the Indian Ocean and South East Asia, can sleep up to 10 guests in five luxurious cabins. She features a convertible tender hatch/Jacuzzi, plenty of deck space with outdoor cinema and an on board kitesurfing instructor.

She is currently managed for charter with Y.CO and her weekly rates start from €180,000.

Day One — Phuket

Head straight to the floating jetty and Patong Beach from Phuket International Airport, where Tiara’s tender will be waiting to take you out to her anchorage in the bay.

This is your opportunity to explore the yacht — Tiara sleeps up to ten guests in five cabins, and her features include a forward tender hatch that converts into a Jacuzzi on deck. Her water toy list includes kayaks, wakeboards, towables, windsurf boards and Seabobs.

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Day 2
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Similan Islands

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After a night in the bay, set sail for the Similan Islands for a day exploring the islands’ natural wonders — as fishing, water sports and jetskiing, aren’t permitted, you’ll be able to revel in peaceful surroundings. Trek through island trails, explore the untouched beaches and marvel at local wildlife. Experience some incredible underwater sightseeing when diving in Mergui in the vast National Marine Park, with clear water that offers up to 30 metres visibility.

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Day 3
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Kawthaung

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Leave the Similan Islands early in the morning to set sail for Kawthaung, a border town in Myanmar. After completing customs formalities, head to Island 115 for the rest of the day. While away the hours swimming and snorkelling in clear turquoise waters before returning to Tiara for the evening.

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