Burgess Lines Up Charter Fleet for Asia


Now that the Thai Government has announced important regulatory changes to existing laws opening its waters to foreign-flagged yachts, Burgess has lined up a fleet of superyachts available for charter in South-East Asia.

The new regulations will place Phuket firmly on the yachting map and will undoubtedly help to establish the region’s exceptional cruising grounds as a world-class yachting destination.

The area offers a hugely diverse range of cruising experiences, destinations and activities that make each day on board a yacht wonderfully unique: iconic whites sand beaches and crystal clear waters in secluded bays miles from civilisation; spectacular island cliffs and breath-taking natural beauty; superb diving and fishing; 6 star resorts and spas, fabulous fresh Thai seafood and – for those who wish to partake of it, a vibrant nightlife. All of this, bathed in the fascinating cultures of Asia.

Burgess has long recognised South-East Asia’s potential as a charter destination and with the new regulations now in place, in this its 40th anniversary year, this superyacht industry leader is offering an exceptional line-up of charter yachts for guests who wish to experience this magical destination for themselves. An unprecedented fleet of seven charter yachts from the Burgess Central Agency fleet, ranging from 32 metres to 72 metres, will be available in Thailand and the Maldives this coming winter season.

With this large and diverse fleet of high quality yachts, Burgess again asserts its position in the charter, brokerage and management of yachts over 30 metres/100ft.

  • Titania 73m (239.5ft), 2006 Lurssen (refit 2012)
  • Saluzi 69.1m (226.7ft), 2003 Austal (rebuilt 2014)
  • Triple Seven 68m (223.1ft), 2006 Nobiskrug
  • Northern Sun 50.9m (167ft), 1976 Narasaki Shipyards (refits 2007, 2015)
  • Sapphire 50.4m (165.5ft), 2009 Trinity Yachts
  • Hyeseas 2 35.5m (116ft), 2007 Azimut 116
  • Mykonos 32.3m (107.2ft) 2015 Majesty Yachts, Gulf Craft