Hire a boat in in Thailand

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With or without a skipper
Price per day
0 - £1,100+
Boat length
0 - 60+ m
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2003 - 2024
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+100 boats available

Grand Banks 53ft (2000)

Phuket
4
With skipper
 1

From £1,729 per day

MOTOR YACHT SPORT CRUISER RIVIERA M400 (2014)

Phuket
10
With skipper
 4  · Super owner

From £455 per day

Fountaine Pajot Marquises 56 (2004)

Phuket
3
With skipper
Super owner

From £1,365 per day

Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT MAHE 36 10.98m (2013)

Phuket
6
With or without a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From £564 per day

Princess Yacht 65 (2003)

Phuket
8
With skipper
 1

From £4,096 per day

70ft King Yacht (1986)

Phuket
12
With skipper

From £1,821 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 479 14.43m (2018)

Thalang District
8
Without skipper

From £980 per day

Orange Princess 54 M/Y (2011)

Phuket
6
With skipper
Private

From £3,641 per day

Sea Ray SLX (2004)

Phuket
6
With skipper
Super owner

From £1,138 per day

Catamaran Catana Bali 4.5 with watermaker & A/C 13.6m (2019)

Thalang District
12
Without skipper

From £1,993 per day

Island Spirit 410 V2 Catamaran (2022)

Phuket
8
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From £1,066 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Lipari 41 11.95m (2009)

Phuket
10
With or without a skipper

From £696 per day

Motorboat Custom Twin Engines 200HP 200hp (2015)

Phuket
8
With skipper

From £592 per day

Award winning Limpopo, Axopar 28 Cabin Speedboat (2017)

Phuket
5
With skipper

From £1,092 per day

Motorboat Custom Tripple Engine 750 750hp (2014)

Phuket
35
With skipper

From £1,015 per day

Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT Lucia 40 with watermaker 11.73m (2019)

Thalang District
10
Without skipper

From £282 per day

Fish boat Phuket (2010)

Phuket
15
With skipper

From £546 per day

CATANA BALI 4.5 (2017)

Thalang District
10
Without skipper

From £1,893 per day

Boat Hire in Thailand with Click&Boat

Thailand is an up-and-coming boating destination for sailors looking to step out of their comfort zone and explore uncharted waters. Enjoy a boat hire in Thailand, and discover the country's idyllic landscapes. In the south of Thailand departing from Phuket Island, you can sail in the Andaman Sea, and visit its beautiful islands: Koh Phi Phi, Koh Phanak, Koh Hong or Koh Hae. If you’re keen to visit a more urban setting you’ll find it in the capital of Bangkok. Here you’ll see modern architecture towering overhead as well as ancient temples. While there you should visit the Grand Palace as well as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo) which is located nearby. The Wat Pho, Wat Saket and Wat Arun temples located opposite the Chao Phraya River are also worth seeing. Outside the city, you can go to the floating market Damnoen Saduak. Discover Thailand, the “Land of Smiles” and meet some of the friendliest people in the world. With a boat hire in Thailand, you can immerse yourself in rich culture and experience stunning natural wonders both in, and out of the water. 

What is the cost of a boat hire near me?

If you’re looking to rent a boat in Thailand the price will differ by region, time of year, duration of hire and how many people are on board. The final cost will also be different depending on whether you’ve chosen a bareboat rental or a skippered hire. Below are some average prices of a boat hire in Thailand by vessel type.

Sailboat

£2,852/week for 6 people.

Motorboat

£874/day for 28 people.

RIB

£337/day for 9 people.

Catamaran

£7,518/week in the high season and £3,142/week in the low season for 12 people.

Jet ski

£417/day for 3 people.

Yacht

£29,761/week for 30 people.

What can you see and do on a yacht charter in Thailand?

There’s so much to see and do on a yacht charter in Thailand that it can be hard to choose where to go first. Thailand has something for everyone, it just depends on what sort of holiday you’re looking for.

If you are keen on a beach holiday, sail to the southern part of the country where you’ll find a number of unspoilt islands dotting the coastline and pristine, sandy beaches. While in the south of Thailand, you can visit Phuket, the country’s largest island and explore the beautiful beaches of Kata Noi and Mai Harn.

When you’re done relaxing at the beach, you can exercise your sea legs and go hiking to Nakkerd Hill. Once you reach the top you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views overlooking the horizon and the iconic statue of Big Buddha. If you have time, sail your yacht charter through the Koh Phi Phi archipelago and visit Maya Bay, known as one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Nearby you can discover the bay of Phang Nga and see the popular Ko Tapu island.

If you fancy a more mountainous landscape, head over to northern Thailand where you’ll be surrounded by mountains and rivers. In Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, huge buildings and splendid temples stand side by side. In Chiang Mai, a city located in the very north of Thailand, there are more than 300 temples, the most famous being Wat Chedi Luang or Wat Phra Singh. A hike in Doi Suthep, a sacred mountain, will lead you to the temple Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, which offers a magnificent view of the city. Between Chiang Mai and Bangkok, visit Sukhothai, and the large 800-hectare Sukhothai Historical Park to stumble upon more Thai ruins and temples.

What is the best time to rent a boat in Thailand?

Thailand is characterised by a tropical savanna climate which means that the weather is warm year-round with two distinct seasons: a wet season and a dry season. Avoid visiting Thailand during the wet season which runs from June to October and if you’re not a fan of scorching hot temperatures, it’s best to avoid April as well. For warm temperatures and little to no precipitation, travel to Thailand between November to March. You’ll have ideal weather for sunbathing and sailing your boat hire throughout the country.

Consider a yacht charter in Thailand with a skipper!

At Click&Boat we have a large fleet across Thailand, in some of the most sought-after sailing destinations. Although we’ve got many bareboat options, we always recommend a yacht charter with a skipper for a customised, worry-free sailing holiday. Skippers are masters of the water and handle all of the logistics of sailing, so you don’t have to do anything but sit back and relax. If you’re an avid sailor or you’d like to learn more about sailing, you can benefit from having a skipper on board who can share some of their expertise. The best part is that skippers are usually locals and can help you see everything on your Thailand itinerary, and more. For sailing tips, Thailand recommendations and peace of mind hire a boat in Thailand with a skipper!

What type of boat is best for my Thailand boat hire?

Want to charter a yacht in Thailand but not sure which type to choose? Not to worry! Click&Boat has got a wide selection of vessels to help you find exactly what you’re looking for to make your holiday special. If you’re short on time and you only want to hire a boat for a day or two we suggest a motorboat or a RIB as they are typically hired by the day and they can go faster than other vessels, allowing you to see more of Thailand in no time. If you want to charter for a longer duration, opt for a catamaran or a yacht. They are more spacious than other vessels and they include various amenities on board to make your stay more comfortable. With Click&Boat you’ll find the perfect vessel for your boat trip in Thailand and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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