SV Fei Mao

Bavaria 33 ( 2007) 2 cabins  4-6 guests

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from 12 900 THB++  /day-  

May-Sep 49 000 THB+ /week @ Samui

KOH CHANG:

  • November  69 000 THB-+  /week
  • December-January 79 000 /week
  • PEAK December 20-January 5 - 99 000 /week
  • February- 79 000 / week
  • March - 69 000 /week
  • April-May -59 000 /week

 skippers available  for  3500 baht/day

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  • Displacement 11880 lbs/ 5800kg
  • LOA 33ft /10.65 meters
  • Beam 11.4ft/ 3.48 meters
  • Draft 6.10 ft/ 1.85 meters
  • Fuel 25gal/  95 liters
  • Water 259 liters
  • Crusing speed 6 knots

Autopilot, Chart Plotter, Depth, Wind, Speed instruments, Gas stove, BBQ, Refrigirator, USB player

This is a big 33-footer that will provide bona fide competition for many 35-footers in the accommodation stakes. With just two cabins, it doesn't compromise, and that giant cockpit storage locker will ensure everything follows you to your destination. 

The lighter mahogany joinery, the blue upholstery, the new forward skylights, the deck hatches with shade screens, the abundant opening portlights and close to two metres of headroom all help make this a cheery 33-footer below.The counters have fiddle rails and, together with various handholds, this is an easy yacht to move through in a seaway. The big settees, which can easily seat eight people before the dinette with folding leaf, can be used as seacots. Storage lockers and drinkholders are plentiful in the saloon, too. 

Accommodation is split between fore and aft double berths, each with storage lockers and hanging space, and head room at the foot of their beds.

The helm is balanced, the vision forward pretty good, and the yacht gets along in a determined manner. Nothing too racy, but speeds will be fast enough to get you to where you are going

In many ways, the 33 is all you'll ever need. It's a big little yacht perfect for a family of four or two couples, built to CE Category A for offshore work, with a reassuringly sturdy and predictable motion through the water.


    SV T-Punch

    Jenneau Sun Odyssey 409 (2012) 3 cabins 6-8 guests

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     from 17 900 THB++  /day-   

    May-Sep 79 000 THB+ /week @ Samui  

    KOH CHANG:

    • November  89 000 THB-+  /week
    • December-January 109 000 /week
    • PEAK December 20-January 5 - 129 000 /week
    • February- 99 000 / week
    • March - 89 000 /week
    • April-May -79 000 /week

     skippers available  for  3500 baht/day

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    • Displacement 7450 kg
    • LOA 12.34 meters
    • Beam 3.99 meters
    • Draft 2.1 meters
    • Fuel 200 liters
    • Water 530 liters
    • Crusing speed 7 knots
    • three double cabins sleep three couples
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    Chart Plotter, Depth, Speed instruments,  Sonar, Autopilot, Gas stove, BBQ, Refrigirator,  CD/DVD, USB player

    The chine shines and so does the style and handling of this high-tech cruiser. Vessel is especially proud of the "smooth-roof" design, with recessed portlights and clean aft leads for all sail controls. 

    The Jeanneau 409 pushes the right buttons. It is comfortable, sails well, and is designed for easy maintenance while using the latest technologies.

    The 409 cockpit is large and comfortable and well set up for shorthanded sailing. All halyards and lift controls are led aft, and partially under deck, before terminating in a series of clutches on the cabintrunk. The twin-wheel arrangement makes sense on many levels. It opens up the cockpit, provides good site lines on either tack, and offers clean access to the stern step.

    The interior is bright, with light teak veneers and plenty of natural light. The L-shaped galley is to starboard and features twin sinks with covers that are also cutting boards, a 12-volt fridge, and a two-burner stove with oven. The galley is separated from the saloon by a partial glass partition.The saloon includes a U-shaped settee to starboard that drapes around a clever and versatile table. Completely extended, it's a dinner table that can seat a crowd, folded in half it becomes a cocktail table, and folded again it becomes part of a lounging area with a built-in bar. It also cleverly folds down to form a spare double berth. Opposite, the settee includes a small table that doubles as a navigation station. 

    The owner's cabin is forward. In the two-cabin model there are hanging lockers to port starboard and en-suite head to port. The 409 features LED lighting throughout the boat, including leather-wrapped LED reading lights in the sleeping cabins.  


    SV Aello

    Hanse 540 (3 cabins) 6 guests

    38 500 THB++/ day @ Samui

    this vessel is offered skippered only and skipper's costs are included in price

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    Displacement 41,226 lb. (18,700 kg.)

    LOA 52' 10" (16.10 m.

    Beam 16' 1" (4.90 m.)

    Draft 9' 2" (2.79 m.)

    Fuel 99 gal. (375 l.)

    Water 182 gal. (690 l.)

    Crusing speed 8 knots

    Chart Plotter, Depth, Wind, Speed instruments, Autopilot, Gas stove, BBQ, Refrigirator, LCD TV, CD/DVD, USB player, Air Con, Generator, Optional (xtra charge)Diving Compressor and gear, Water maker

    The 540e has a sleek and racy appearance: Just aft is a roomy storage area that's enclosed by a watertight bulkhead between it and the owner's cabin. The garage has ample space for a tender and other water toys.

    Speaking of the cockpit, the 540e's working and relaxing space is in the large powerboat or catamaran class. You could comfortably seat 12 in the 540e's cockpit and on aft seats for day sailing, without anyone having to move or duck during tacks and gybes. The pushpit perches seat four and they're cantilevered over the stern, increasing effective deck space.

    Below, the Hanse 540e offers a distinct interior with a strong Euro flair. Bold fabrics, white bulkheads, dark Corian counters and sink, and mahogany woodwork play off each other to create a modern, perhaps stark, look. In the saloon, there is a decided lack of fiddles throughout, a reflection of the builder's belief that most meals will be cooked in harbor.

    The 540e's companionway is quite steep and best handled in the classic seafaring tradition of backing down. The treads are grooved for grip and a pair of teak handholds makes the task quite safe. The saloon, galley and navigation station fit into a huge, open-plan area, with enough headroom to keep a basketball player bruise free. In fact, the cabin roof handholds are beyond the reach of shorties.

    there is a pair of lounge chairs to starboard, complete with recliners and a dinette to port. The galley would do most houses proud, with black quartz tops, a 130lt fridge and 80lt freezer, a three-burner gimballed stove with oven, a microwave, optional wine cooler and stacks of cupboard space. Accommodation in t consists of a pair of double cabins aft, each with its own head and shower, and a full-beam stateroom with island bed for'ard. All the cabins had ample hanging and stowage space.. spacious owner's stateroom forward and two cabins with double berths aft.


    Lagoon 380 Sailing Catamaran

    (2015) 4 cabins 8 guests

    KOH CHANG:

    November  29 000 THB-+  /day

    • December-January 36 000 /day
    • PEAK December 20-January 5 - 39 000 /day
    • February- 33 000 / day
    • March - 29 000 /day
    • April-May -27 000 /day

    this vessel is offered skippered only and skipper's costs are included in price

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    Displacement 15697 lbs/7120 kg

    LOA 39.72 ft/11.56 meters

    Beam 21.32 /6.53 meters

    Draft 3.75ft /1.14 meters

    Fuel 52 gal/ 197 liters

    Water 79 gal/ 299  liters

    Crusing speed 7 knots

    four double cabins

    Chart Plotter, Depth, Wind, Speed instruments, Autopilot, Gas stove, BBQ, Refrigirator, LCD TV, CD/DVD, USB player

    the Lagoon 38 has become one of the most successful catamarans to be built. The latest version has S2 added to its title to emphasise that this it is a boat that has been extensively remodelled and improved upon. Most noticeable is the proliferation of large windows in both cabins and saloon which provide a light and airy atmosphere throughout.To port are two double cabins forward and aft with a good sized heads and shower area amidships. The charter version has a mirror image of this to starboard.The saloon has a table and seating arrangements adequate for eight people. This area can also be used as an additional double berthThe galley is aft facing with a sliding window, which when put back, allows access to a folding table for serving through to the cockpit. It is equipped with double stainless steel sinks, a two burner stove with oven and grill and a refrigerator but no freezer. To port is the instrument panel and a smallish chart table complete with stool.