Set sail in Myanmar’s stunning Myeik Archipelago
Head off the tourist trail (and seemingly off the map) as you dive headfirst into a Myanmar sailing adventure through the remote Myeik Archipelago. Setting off from the hustle and bustle of Phuket, explore lush rainforest, swim in turquoise waters and chill out on pristine beaches in this tropical paradise. Learn about the Moken, an ethnic minority living in Ma Kyone Galet, cruise through mangrove forests by kayak and snorkel with brightly coloured fish in an underwater wonderland.
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Disconnected from the rest of the world, this is the ultimate relaxation holiday. Indulge in freshly prepared meals and loll around in a bean bag as you enjoy spectacular sunsets, and maybe even sleep out on deck under the stars
Explore Myanmar's unspoilt paradises and remote locations, yet to be discovered by mainstream tourism
Anchor in the calm waters surrounding local islands, where you can kayak, paddle board and snorkel among stunning marine life
Sit back and soak up some of the best beaches in the world, and enjoy a BBQ on a secluded stretch of sand with fish caught fresh that day
Embrace the special experience of interacting with the nomadic seafaring community of the Moken
Enjoy the luxury of a superior 46-foot catamaran, with spacious common areas and comfortable cabins and bathrooms. Leave your sleeping gear and beach towel at home, as all of this is provided for you
As the majority of this trip takes place on a sailing boat, you’ll need to feel comfortable with moving about the vessel, including the use of stairs. With that said, sea legs come naturally to some but not so much for others. Your friendly crew will be able to help with the effects of sea sickness if needed.
A zodiac is used to transport passengers from the boat to the mainland, with landings taking place at piers (dry landings) as well as on beaches (wet landings). Zodiacs can sometimes be awkward to climb in and out of, but a sense of humour and can-do attitude is all you need.
This is an adventure on board a real yacht, which means living spaces, cabins, bathrooms and showers need to be shared with other passengers. Sleeping quarters can be quite compact, but you will be spending the majority of your time above board in the open air.
Time on the water also means time in the sun. Remember to pack sun protection, such as sun screen and a hat, and drink plenty of water to keep hydrated. See ‘Essential Trip Information’ below for a full packing list.
Please note that smooth sailing is dependent on the weather, so itinerary changes may occur at the last minute if the weather becomes unfavourable. If any changes are made, you can trust in your knowledgeable skipper to choose an alternative route or activity.
Due to the size of the yachts, sound carries easily from one side to the other and can wake your fellow travellers. If you’re planning to have a late night, it’s a good idea to head into town and experience the local night life.
This itinerary is valid for departures from 01 November 2017 to 30 April 2018. View the itinerary for departures between 31 May 2016 - 31 December 2017
1. Please provide passport details at time of booking with exact name as per passport (including middle name), as these are essential for booking services on this trip. The passport details provided must match the passport you are travelling on.
2. Parts of this trip will be unaccompanied, see trip notes itinerary for details.
3. All travellers must pay an additional US$20/day Mergui Archipelago park fee.
Our Myanmar (Burma) Sailing Experience ex Phuket (Comfort) trips score an average of 4.8 out of 5 based on 10 reviews in the last year.
This was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate a significant birthday with my family in such an amazing place with only the odd fishing boat around, fed wonderful food and generally looked after like a queen. It was great to get out on the water again and brought back many childhood memories.
Review submitted 04 Apr 2017
If you like: 1. relaxing and can fill up a lot of down time on a small boat 2. swimming and snorkeling everyday and not much else. 3. eating 3 full meals a day 4. not seeing another westerner or civilization other than very small island populations for 7 days 5. being a flexible person that is willing to take the chance on inclement weather, hot sun, annoying shipmates, ennui
Review submitted 27 Mar 2017