Meet our first Thailand baby – Nyami !

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Built in Australia with world cruising comfort in mind, Nyami’s expansive living areas and cabins make her the perfect sailing home for the tropics.

With a saloon big enough for a dance floor, and “real bed” sized cabins, she’s also ideal for mixed groups with couples and singles, or families with kids. The forward cabins are luxuriously-sized queen beds, with en suites. The two aft cabins can be set up as either 2 single beds or convert to seriously huge king-size doubles.

Onboard are two 2-person sea kayaks and plenty snorkelling gear for all. The cockpit has full hard-top coverage from those tropical rays; and when anchored or motoring, we can rig a huge suntent over the trampoline area up f’ard.

Nyami also offers a shareboat (“cabin charter”) option, where you can join a fun group of like-minded adventurers as a single or couple.



  • 7 cabins in total
  • 2 aft cabins – configured as 2 x twin beds or a mega-double
  • 2 king-size cabins f’ard
  • 3 single crew cabins
  1. Crew cabin
  2. Netting
  3. Netting
  4. Crew cabin
  5. Double cabin
  6. Double cabin
  7. Galley
  8. Crew cabin
  9. Shared bathroom
  10. Saloon
  11. Double or twin cabin
  12. Double or twin cabin

Meet the Crew

Skip & Thalie - Orion

Cap’n Ray – aka our very own marine engineer; so if it goes wrong, it’s all his fault :). Also known to lead unsuspecting guests astray in the infamous “Why Not” bar….at least his jokes get a little funnier after a few Changs!

Cap’n Di – yes, we are co-captains when we are both onboard Nyami; a source of great entertainment for our guests, as we try hard to be diplomatic when it comes to eg, “where to drop the anchor”. Boats being female, it must follow that a girlie skipper knows best, right??

Our chef Nui –  by far the most important member of our crew. She could be running a 5 star restaurant if she chose; our sailors keep threatening to steal her away home with them! She spoils us with amazing Thai & western spreads, birthday cakes, pina coladas…everything with her inimitable Cheshire Cat smile.


No. of guests1-30 Nov1 Dec-30 Apr1 May-31 Oct
1 - 4 129013901190
5 - 6 149015901390
7 - 8 159016501490
SeaScape SkipperInformal sailing instruction available too, if desired.
Thai cookTop class food, both Thai and Western. Our cooks do all the provisioning, cooking and cleanup for meals on board
Soft drinks, tea, coffee, bottled water Always available
Fresh fruit Always available
Complimentary Happy Hour "starter pack"We provide drinks for the first few evenings of Happy Hour - after that, it's BYO.
Breakfast & lunches; dinners onboard for 4 nightsFor the other dinners, we eat ashore at little beach places with great local ambiance
All boat running costsMooring fees, fuel, water, local taxes, end-of-trip
Airfares and transfersOur local knowledge is at your service, though we don’t directly book travel
Personal insuranceWe very highly recommend travel insurance. It is not yet obligatory, but Thai law may soon require at least medical coverage.
Optional onshore excursions, national park feesThere are opportunities to visit local temples, visit elephant sanctuaries
etc. We can organise these for you at the time if you would like.
Food and drink ashoreWe eat dinners ashore at little local places about 4 evenings on an 8 day trip.
Marine National Park fees. Vary between 200-400 baht/pp.Payable for some environmentally-protected beaches and bays.


Life on Board

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What’s Included

We are very unusual in the yacht charter world in our “No Surprise Extras” philosophy. Read on for more details…

Inclusion The 'Other Guys' SeaScape
Diesel Refill diesel tanks at end of charter
Allow around 200-250 €/wk
Water 20-30 euro per fill Included
Boat insurance Typical security deposit around 1500-2000€ Included
Mooring fees Varies hugely from 0-80 €/night Included
End cleaning DIY at end of charter or pay up —approx 80-120 € Included
Skipper Anything between 150-200 €/day. "On duty" time generally considered to be sailing only.
Do your own shopping, sightseeing, and make sure you pay for/provide skipper's meals too!
Our skippers keep the boat well stocked with provisions, tell/show you the coolest local places to go.
Your insider connection to the locals and our little SeaScape "family".
Learn to sail? Not usually.
Depends on the goodwill of the freelance skipper you get.
Informal sailing tips always available!
We're more than happy if people want to get involved in sailing the yachts.
Provisioning Breakfasts, lunches, soft drinks, unlimited help-yourself snacks, fresh fruit, etc...
Alcohol First Happy Hour round is on us - then you're welcome to BYO!
Dinner Usually ashore in a restaurant
(in Thailand, about half of our dinners are onboard, prepared by our amazing cook!)
Meal service We all help out!
Linen Make your own beds! We make 'em the first day; after that, it's up to you!
Varies according to boat chosen.
Plus all the extras.

Add up all the extras for a bareboat-with-skipper and you'll find our prices are generally less.


Techie Specs

  • Built in Perth, Australia, 2001
  • Length: 16m
  • Beam: 7.5m
  • Guests: 8
  • Crew: 2-3
  • Fuel capacity: 1,000 l
  • Fresh water: 3,500 l
  • Engines: 2 x Perkins 65hp
  • Rigging: Furling main & genoa
  • Electricity: 12V / 220V
  • Fans in all cabins

Boat toys

  • Tender + 15 hp
  • NO movie system on this boat! We are IN a movie set already 🙂
  • 2 x two person sea kayaks
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • Optional extras – masseuse, yoga instructor
  • Scuba can be organised with local dive outfits

Book a cabin charter and join a shareboat

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Our cruising area and itinerary information

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