Learning to Sail will be the best thing you do all year

The yachts that we use have been carefully chosen for learning to sail. They are fast and exciting racer/cruisers which offer something to everyone.

With large, comfortable cockpits and plenty of space they allow excellent student / instructor interaction making learning to sail safe, easy and fun. However, they also have the heart of a racing yacht making them responsive and fun to sail, especially in stronger breezes.

The Platu is a superb teaching boat and is usually the yacht we choose to start of beginners. The Farr 1104's are used for the more advanced courses including navigation and passage making. Both classes of yacht have a good turn of speed and are popular in local racing regattas like the King's Cup.

About Our Fleet

Our Fleet in Phuket comprises nine vessels 3 Farr 1104s,  plus 6 Platu One Design Yachts . The video below shows our yachts in action and you can see that we have a very wide range of yachts that can be used from everything from Learn To Sail for beginners to Yacht Master Offshore Training vessels.

The six Platus are used for beginners sailing lessons, for advanced racing courses and next year we shall be using them for Flotilla Cruising holidays. The medium displacement Farr 1104 Cruiser Racers are great passage boats and ideal for offshore sailing as well as inshore marina and coastal training. This year we bought an F28R Corsair Trimaran, to add to our fleet.  Its a superb boat to learn all that's to be learned, about fast catamaran sailing.

All our yachts are great training boats but they are also top racing yachts and have won many Asian Regattas. Piccolo has  won the Sydney Hobart Race, King's Cup and Raja Muda.  Our One Design Fleet was launched at last years, Phuket Race Week 2016 and will be the only One Design Yacht Fleet at this years Phuket King's Cup Regatta 2017.

The Sail in Asia Yacht Training Fleet in Ao Yon Bay – dancing in the bay!

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Read more about the yachts in our fleet

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