Luxury Yacht Charters Asia and the Indian Ocean
The regions of Asia and the Indian Ocean are growing in popularity as yacht charter destinations, with more yachts heading east as an alternative to the traditional cruising grounds of the Caribbean and Mediterranean.
Combining a rich cultural heritage with pristine natural beauty and a host of activities to enjoy – whether you are seeking a family-focused adventure holiday or something a little more relaxed – there are some superb destinations for luxury charters in Asia and the Indian Ocean.
What are your options for luxury charters in Asia and the Indian Ocean?
A yacht charter in the Indian Ocean could take you to the postcard-worthy peaceful atolls of the Maldives, or the cultural melting pot of the equally stunning Seychelles.
The Maldives comprises over 1,000 beautiful islands with some of the most spectacular diving in the world. For those who like to venture ashore, explore the unique flora and fauna on Kuda Bandos Island, visit one of the luxury private island resort spas for a little pampering or simply relax and enjoy the tropical climate and beautiful vistas of the Maldives.
The Seychelles is a truly unique island nation that gives those on Asia and Indian Ocean yacht charter an opportunity to experience its native wildlife species, a fascinating Creole culture and excellent water-based activities. Many of the outer islands are only accessible by boat or yacht, meaning a yacht charter is one of the best ways to explore the Seychelles’ hidden gems.
Further East, Thailand – and in particular Phuket – is becoming a popular starting point for clients who rent a yacht in Asia and the Indian Ocean. From this island paradise, with its range of high-end resorts and spas, gourmet cuisine and nightlife, head north to experience white-sand beaches and excellent scuba diving, and perhaps, even spot the enigmatic whale shark. Continuing north, your yacht charter will take you towards Myanmar or the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Alternatively, voyaging south will take you past islands of towering limestone, lush forests and all manner of interesting shoreside activities, and perhaps on to a cruise through Malaysia and Indonesia.