- Minor Affair
Minor Affair is our 18-metre (60-foot) Sunseeker. She is the ultimate luxury cruiser, offering comfort and thrills for up to 12 guests.
- Siam Seas Explorer
At 13 metres (42 feet), our Oryx Sport Cruiser Siam Seas Explorer is ideal for intimate entertaining for up to six guests.
Destinations & Highlights
- Angthong Marine National Park
Angthong Marine National Park is a dreamy realm of turquoise waters and magical islands. Visit unspoiled beaches surrounded by dramatic limestone cliffs and lush vegetation, explore the caves and hidden lagoons, or go kayaking and snorkelling among the shallow coral gardens for a fun-filled and rewarding day trip.
- Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan
Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan are two small islands famed for their beautiful bays and crystal-clear waters. Discover their underwater marvels as you swim alongside vibrant fish and spectacular coral reefs.
- Koh Phangan
Koh Phangan has numerous white-sand beaches and secluded bays along its coastline, some of them reachable only by boat. Over three-quarters of the island is mountainous tropical forest, and much of the island is classified as a national park, which is why the island retains its natural, untamed beauty.
- Koh Tan and Koh Madsum
Visit the most scenic beaches and islands around Koh Samui. Cruise around the Five Islands, then stop at Koh Tan and Koh Madsum to snorkel at some of the best-preserved coral reefs.
- Sunset Cruise
Enjoy an evening of relaxation as you sail the warm tropical seas with unparalleled sunset views. Sip wine coolers and cocktails aboard your own private yacht as you watch the changing colours of the sky.
Mu Ko Angthong National Park consists of 42 jewel-like islands. The larger islands – Phaluai Island, Wua Chio Island, Wua Talap Island and Mae Ko Islan – have unique geological features that set them apart. Covered with dense tropical vegetation and named for their distinct features, many of their names are descriptive, translating into English phrases such as “Sleeping Cow Island” or “Three Pillar Island.”
Explore the area’s many caves, hidden lagoons and white-sand beaches, or go kayaking and snorkelling among the shallow coral gardens for an adventure-filled, rewarding day trip. All the islands within the archipelago are clustered, making for breathtaking panoramic views when you’re aboard the yacht.
Koh Mae (“Mother Island”) is a favourite destination for many adventure seekers. An emerald-coloured seawater lake within the island is flanked on all sides by steep limestone cliffs and may be accessed only by an underground tunnel that connects to the sea. Reaching the lake entails a short climb of about 10 minutes, but you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular view that encompasses the entire park.
Located 45 kilometres (28 miles) north of Koh Samui, Koh Tao Island comprises 21 square kilometres (8 square miles) of rocks and coconut trees, surrounded by picturesque shallow waters. Its coastline appears quite dramatic when viewed from aboard the yacht as you sail around the island. Fringed by miles of Thailand’s most pristine coral reefs, this seascape allows you to swim among schools of brightly hued reef fish and catch sight of large, deep-water marine life, including manta rays and whale sharks. Koh Tao Island is rated among the best diving and snorkelling spots in the Gulf of Thailand.
Koh Phangan is the largest of Koh Samui’s neighbouring islands, with an area of 168 square kilometres (65 square miles). The island has numerous white-sand beaches and secluded bays along its coastline, some of them reachable only by boat. Over three-quarters of the island is mountainous tropical forest, and much of the island is classified as a national park, which is why the island retains its natural, untamed beauty. Nearby Koh Ma has some wonderful snorkelling sites, where you can jump into the water and view soft coral, and a multitude of tropical marine life. Our expert marine guides can assist you in exploring the reef.
Visit the most scenic beaches and islands around Koh Samui. In the south, cruise around the Five Islands. At Koh Tan and Koh Mudsum, snorkel at some of the best-preserved coral reefs in Koh Samui. Koh Tan is a few hundred metres off the southwestern coast of Koh Samui from Taling Nam fishing village. It’s a small, largely unspoiled island known for its coral and marine life. Giant clams, fan corals and a wide variety of fish live in and around these protected reefs.
Discover the unspoiled beauty of Thailand’s Angthong National Marine Park from the unique vantage point of our Four Seasons luxury yacht Minor Affair. Launched from Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui, your overnight private charter cruises the park’s rainforest-fringed islands, stopping along the way for snorkelling among the parrotfish, stingrays and colourful coral. Dive into the turquoise waters with your gear or simply don your snorkel and frolic as some of Thailand’s underwater treasures swim by.
Back on board, savour an al fresco lunch prepared by your own private Four Seasons chef on the spacious sundeck while surrounded by pristine scenery.
In the evening, sip tropical cocktails as you watch the sunset from a private beach, where you’ll be treated to a Four Seasons chef-prepared barbecue and bonfire, complete with fresh seafood and desserts. Afterwards, stargaze in seclusion on deck before retiring to one of the boat’s luxurious staterooms.
For a breathtaking sunrise, take an early-dawn excursion to Emerald Lake. If you prefer to sleep in, begin the day with an easy, late-morning hike through the jungle and take in the tropical scenery. Enjoy a picnic breakfast with a view, either on board or on the beach, followed by a few more hours cruising the marine park. Round off your unforgettable journey with more fine dining at sea with a specially prepared lunch by our chef before you return to the Resort. All meals are curated just for you by your private Four Seasons chef.
- A traditional Thai lunch with soft drinks and fruit
- On-board complimentary snorkelling gear
- Full-day excursions embark at 9:00 am and disembark at 4:00 pm