Most catamarans available for charter in Phuket are 38 to 45 feet in length. Typical models include the Lagoon 40, 42 and 450. Currently, Blue Moon is the only Lagoon 52F available for overnight charter in Phuket and there are a small number of larger models such as the Lagoon 560 and 620.
While any of these models might have enough cabins to accommodate your group, the overall experience is VERY different. For example, a Lagoon 40 is only HALF the size of a Lagoon 52F (it's also half the weight, has half the sail area, half the fresh water capacity and less than half the fuel capacity). Less space translates into smaller beds and cabins, fewer areas to relax, more crowding during meals and less storage space for onboard amenities, provisions, etc. Also, in general, larger, more expensive models are designed to a higher standard with better finishes and quality overall. Age is also a big factor - a 2018 model like Blue Moon will have a more modern design, newer technology and better amenities than a model even a few years older.
For all these reasons, it costs more to charter Blue Moon but we think the difference is worth it if your goal is to have a luxury experience. With that in mind, please see our standard rates below.
NOTE: Our prices for 2021 have been temporarily reduced. Furthermore, if your trip has to be postponed for COVID-related reasons, we are happy to re-book up to 12 months later without penalty (subject to price adjustment if moving to a more expensive period). Contact us for more details.
Shorter and longer trips are avialable.
Christmas Week 2021
New Years Week 2021/22
December 2021 to March 2022 (excluding Holidays)
October & November 2021 and April 2022 (excluding Holidays)
May to October 2021 (excluding Holidays) - COVID DISCOUNT
Weekly rates include captain, hostess and taxes. Weekly rates exclude food, drinks, gratuities and fuel. Contact your charter agent for more details. rATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Estimates based on previous charter guests. Actual costs may vary significantly.
Mainly diesel for the boat engines and generator but also gasoline for the dinghy and propane for cooking.
Based on eight people and assuming all breakfasts and lunches are on board while most dinners are on shore (additional expense).
Guests are free to tip the crew as they wish. Typical gratuities are 1,000 to 2,000 THB per crew per day paid in cash at the end of the charter.
Local Thai beer is quite good and very cheap however imported alcohol is expensive. Through our relationships with Taittinger Champagne and Wine Gallery, we are able to provide wholesale prices on wine and champagne. You may consider purchasing your own duty free spirits on your way into Thailand.
Typically guests provide an Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) equal to 25% of the charter cost from which actual costs for fuel, food and drinks are deducted.