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Sailing on Kao Phetploy

Kao Phetploy (9 jewels) is a Celestial 48, a classic cruising yacht with blue water capabilities. A roomy centre-cockpit cutter with 2 double cabins, 2 bathrooms, and up to 6 berths in the open plan saloon area, she is an ideal family boat, safe and stable with an easy motion under sail in a seaway. Her shallow draft allows her to access some of the lovely shallower anchorages in the Gulf of Thailand and we can anchor relatively close to the beach. We offer short cruises or day/overnight yacht trips as part of an activity holiday.

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From unforgettable sights to undiscovered corners, there’s just so much to see and explore. Choose from one of my family tours or weekends or join a guided group tour. If you have any questions or are ready to book your tour, feel free to get in touch.

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Sailing with Captain Tony

Tony Mallia is a UK Royal Yachting Association Yachtmaster (Offshore) and an experienced teacher of sailing and seamanship. He has owned several yachts over 30 years and has cruised extensively in UK, Norwegian, Malaysian and Thai waters. He and his wife, Lek run Big Outdoors and run many residential camps for children from 8 years old upwards.

Our yacht and cruising grounds. Kao Phetploy is a Celestial 48 with a 50’ overall length. Licensed for 14, she sleeps up to 8 passengers below decks or, more popular in our tropical climate, on deck under the stars. See pages "Accommodation" and "Phetploy interior"

She is based in khlong Na Jomtien close to Ocean Marina. From there a day sailing can take us to Koh Sichang to the North, Cha Am to the West or Samae San to the South and East. Further afield we can visit Koh Samed, Koh Chang and the East coast of the peninsula down to the Samui archipelago.

  • We will teach you and your children how to;

  • Steer the boat, sailing and under engine

  • Use an electronic chart and depth sounder.

  • Put down and lift the anchor

  • raise and control the sails

  • fish for sea fish

  • snorkel

  • use a dinghy or kayak.

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