Weather info.


The North-East wind season, from November to April, is fine and clear.
The South-West monsoon, May to October, has occasional rain between long sunny periods.
Temperatures: Highs average 30c (85F). Lows average 24c (75F)

YAHOO! Weather Forecasts for the Region


South east Asia, Malaysia and Thailand have a tropical monsoon climate. It's warm all year 'round, but the two periods of April-May and September-October are the hottest. The September-October period is also the wettest.

The best time to visit this area is during the cool NE monsoon season, from November though March, when it isn't so humid, and the cool breezes keep things comfortable. The average temperature is around 75F to 89F (24C to 32C).



The hottest time is from April through May, with temperatures ranging from 80F to 95F (27C to 36C). There are frequent short heavy  showers with some thunder, mostly at night, offering welcome relief from the temperature and humidity.



In June, July and August, the weather is usually fine. The usual pattern is brief but heavy showers, with plenty of sunshine in between .  Temperatures range between 70F and 90F (20C to 33C).




Few facts on the area



  Safety: The area is known as an extremely safe charter destination on both land and water. Being part of the Andaman Sea, which is regularly patrolled by the Thai Navy, Coast Guard and Water Police, it should not be confused with an occasional trouble spot in the South China Sea, over 2,000 miles away, between Borneo and the Philippines.

  Entry Visas are not required by tourists from most countries, for a stay of up to 30 days in Thailand or 90 days in Malaysia. Upon your date of entry, passports should have a minimum of 6 months remaining, before the date of expiry.

When sailing from one country to another, we take care of all the administrative work.


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Malaysia - Thailand - Borneo


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Langkawi to Phuket. There are 100's of islands, bays/lagoons with crystal clear water, full of tropical fish and beautiful coral, plus many deserted beaches with clean white sand.
The cruising area of 12,000 square miles has many secluded anchorages to choose from.


Phang-Nga is famous for its amazing islands soaring straight out of the water. Particularly James Bond Isle which was the location for the filming of a Bond movie, "Man with a Golden Gun".

Also the caves & hongs inside the islands, make this a magical place.


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