A gaff-topsail schooner built in the tradition of a 19th century Baltic trader, the SY Raja Laut is made entirely of ironwood. Despite its classic look, this is a modern sailing yacht equipped with all the latest technology and facilities, so you can travel in both comfort and style.
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Burma Boating’s SY Raja Laut ventures to southern Myanmar’s little-visited Mergui Archipelago, allowing you to see some of the 800 unspoiled islands that sprinkle the Andaman Sea.
The boat’s small size makes for an intimate and personalized experience, and while the cruise itself is wild and adventurous, amenities on board will ensure that your journey is comfortable and enjoyable. Relax on the deck, dine alfresco and unwind in your cozy cabin between excursions, which will see you encounter fascinating Moken sea people as they fish from their hand-crafted boats. You will also have the opportunity to explore thick mangrove forests and laze on idyllic white sand beaches, perhaps taking time out to snorkel in the clear waters.
The vessel offers three double cabins with queen size beds and three twin cabins with bunk beds. Each cabin has air conditioning and en suite bathrooms with hot showers and electric toilets.
- A large dining table can be set up on the deck for alfresco dining
- Main indoor dining area for up to 12 guests
- Three multi-course meals served each day, specializing in Thai cuisine
- Soft drinks included
- Mergui Archipelago — 5-night cruise.
Please note: It is possible to charter this vessel privately.