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3601 / 257-258 Soi Chalaem Nimit, New Road, Bangkhlo, Bangkholaem, Bangkok 10120
Tel: 662 291 9124, 291 9132
website: www.sailing-in-thail and .com/
fax: 662 291 9109
Category : Sailing / Yatching
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The Gulf of Thailand is, in the winter season, between November and March an area where you can count on steady winds of 15-30 knots. This time of the year there is the most agreeable climate, too, with temperatures of 24-35 C.
From April to mid June the hot season (up to 40 C ) follows, with still steady winds. Then the raining season is coming from July to end of October, with very calm up to stormy winds.
You rarely find winds with speeds over 50 knots and there is almost no chance that you are hit by a typhoon.
Two areas present themselves as ideal place to enjoy your holidays on a sailboat.
First, the islands Ko Samui, Ko Pangnan, Ko Tao and the National Park Ang Thong.
The second, the sea off Trat with the islands Ko Samet, Ko Kut and the second biggest island Thailand's Ko Chang, where our base is.