SABI 375 is the new Raptor Solarium, One Cabin Speedboat, which can take up to 8 passengers.
The full day cruise is 8 hours from 10 am to Sunnset 6 pm, or variations to suit you.
This is a very comfortable boat which will give you protection from the sun, wind, and rain if you need it. Seating for all in the back and front with comfortable sun-bed. A unique aspect is that there is a toilet too, very rarely found on any private speedboat, and indeed an Air Conditioned cabin for the youngsters or elders to take a nap. Fresh Water Shower.
There is a berth in front for sitting underway or shaded area for lunch while at anchor – with a big sofa bed for the sun worshipers.
The 2 engines are brand new powerful Suzuki 325’s cruising at 25 knots. She is fast and comfortable, very different to normal speedboats.
On board SABI you have towels and snorkel equipment for adults and children, as well as fishing gear, a floating jacuzzi, kayak, swim noodles, and SNUBA gear. Please ask us regarding the brand new I-Aqua Water Scooters available.
Boat Lagoon – Phuket
We are the ONLY Charter company in Phuket that can offer these toys with a speedboat!
This is by far the MOST POPULAR ROUTE CHOICE
We take you straight to Maithon island where the waters are clear and the snorkelling good and there is a pod of dolphins there. Following this we cruise north to Chockdee Island where there is a lovely rustic restaurant on a private island. This is great stop and you can have lunch there rather than taking the provided lunch and we will reduce the price by 200 THB per head and you pay for your lunch.
If there is time we will do another stop at Rang Yai and Phae island too, where there is a beautiful white sandy beach.
Rang Yai, the Kai Islands, and Maithon Island . These are all very pretty islands, with lovely beaches and opportunities for swimming and snorkeling.
This beautiful Marine National Park is World Famous, with Spectacular Limestone cliffs towering out of the sea. Kayaking in the caves is very popular here, and you can hire them for 500 baht. Then you can cruise to James Bond Island – whether you go ashore here or not is up to you. After that the boat can speed across to several other more secluded islands and the crew will inflate the jacuzzi where you can sit and float and relax and have a beer
You will tour the famous limestone outcrops and hidden lagoons, then on to the lovely islands in the Krabi area. On this route, you will view the James Bond Island, and many other beautiful islands, and have the opportunity of hiring kayaks and exploring the hidden lagoons and caves of Ko Hong Phang Nga. The beautiful islands of Krabi have pristine white sand beaches and very clear water, ideal for snorkeling. You can call in for a drink at the typical Thai waterside restaurant – Pyramid, a delightful out of the way restaurant which can only be reached by boat.
Lunch options , we put a picnic lunch on board or take you to the Paradise resort
(Fuel surcharge of 13,000THB do apply)
Maya Bay – The Beach
The Island is probably most famous for the Leonardo Di Caprio movie “The Beach”which was set in the stunning Maya Bay which is located on the uninhabited Phi Phi Leh which is the 2nd biggest of the Islands.
Maya Bay’s beach, closed last year (2018) to allow coral restoration and beach recovery, could remain closed to visitors for many years. Maya Bay is located in the Phi Phi Islands between Krabi and Phuket.The famous Koh Phi Phi Ley beach needs time for its ecology to fully recover years of tourist abuse, this according to the Phi Phi National park chief Vorapot Lomlim as reported in Khaosod English.“Maya Bay must continue to be closed until nature has fully recovered. We expect it will take four to five years.”
Loh Sama Bay
Loh Sama Bay is home to many unique attractions. Popular for snorkeling and diving, the Bay is located on the eastern side of Phi Phi Island and features a small islet in the center and a secluded beach behind a small canyon on the northern part. You’ll be able to enjoy a photo opportunity at Loh Samah. There will be plenty of photos to show family and friends when back home!
Viking Cave & Monkey Beach
There’s more sightseeing to be enjoyed on this tour. We’ll glide past Viking Cave, reputed to have been a spot for pirates, and Monkey Beach where you might be able to spot some swimming monkeys! Whilst not a common trait amongst monkeys, this rocky island is home to several monkeys and they can swim. Get your cameras ready for some stunning photos of these smart creatures.
Snorkel & Relax on White Sandy Beaches…
Enjoy the stillness and silence of the sea whilst you snorkel through a vista of stunning underwater scenery with colorful coral reefs and schools of fish. Our tour leaves you with ample time to enjoy the beauty of the sea at a relaxed pace.
Bamboo Island is the most northeasterly island in Phi Phi. It’s a tropical hotspot, yet never too crowded, perfect for a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of other, more popular spots. This heart-shaped island gives plenty in terms of views. It’s surrounded by a strip of white sand, with lush vegetation, including Bamboo trees in its middle. Snorkeling here is great; the island is blessed with a notable coral reef rich with fish species.
(Fuel surcharge of 13,000THB do apply)
What we are offering is a private speedboat tour for up to 8 people and an exhilarating day out on the waters and surrounding Islands of Phuket.
Ko Poda is an island off the west coast of Thailand, in Krabi Province, about 8 kilometres (5 mi) from Ao Nang. It is part of the Mu Ko Poda, or Poda Group Islands, which are under the administration of Hat Nopharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park. The group consists of Ko Poda, Ko Kai, Ko Mo and Ko Thap
Join us for a day either from Krabi or Phuket to the Poda Group of Islands. Less secluded Beautiful and just perfect get away.
Poda Island is a small island no more than a kilometre in diameter, fringed by clear clean waters, a white sandy beach and coral reefs and is a top spot for day trips from the nearby Ao Nang, Phra Nang and the Railay Beaches.
As Poda Island is one of Krabi’s main tourist attractions; it can get somewhat busy.
More so during the high season when day trips and tour groups arrive for lunch after spending the morning island hopping and snorkeling around these beautiful offshore islands.
The best spot for swimming and snorkeling on Koh Poda is either at the northern tip of the Island in front of the towering limestone islet that sits just offshore or along the eastern facing beach.
Other activities available at Poda Island include kayaking.
(Fuel Surcharge of 13,000 THB do apply)