Friday, November 12th, 2021

Escape the Crowds Charter Northern Sun in Thailand

Escape the crowds and explore some exceptional cruising grounds, because Thailand is once again open for travel as of 1st November 2021.

This year-round yachting haven delivers a wonderful climate and prolonged sunshine, perfect to experience an idyllic getaway on the water.

Attending the Phuket Open Boat days at the Yacht Haven, Phuket from 11-12 November, 51m charter yacht Northern Sun is excited to welcome charter industry professionals at her berth on the outer quay.

Available to just a select group of yachting companies, she will join a line-up of yachts available to charter in Phuket on show to industry representatives.

Labelled the ‘pearl of Thailand’, Phuket has led the way in opening up to international travellers seeking to escape the crowds. Packed with amazing national parks featuring tumbling waterfalls, towering karst formations and mystical underground caves, the clear waters of sheltered Phang Nga Bay are a popular location.

Having received fabulous accolades from previous charters, Northern Sun with Captain John and her professional crew are highly knowledgeable on all aspects of cruising this region. Dotted with countless prime snorkelling and Scuba sites, an adventure under water to watch thriving marine life must not be missed. When not exploring, the shopping and nightlife ashore is sublime, with plenty of opportunities for fun and entertainment.

If you would like information on her superb crew, suggested itineraries, menu ideas or destination information, contact Ocean Independence who are delighted that Thailand is back on the map and offering an escape from the crowds.

Further travel details: A list of 46 countries identified as ‘low risk’ may now fly to Thailand without quarantine, provided individuals are fully vaccinated and complete a negative Covid-19 test result prior to their flight, with a second test mandatory on arrival. Full up to date information from the Thai Embassy.

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