Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi Map Langkawi, officially known as The Jewel of Kedah, is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea. The islands are a part of the state of Kedah which boarders Thailand, making it an ideal hub to explore the waters of Malaysia and Thailand. Being given a World Geopark status by UNESCO the island itself has much to offer. Indulge the rare rainforest’s from the Langkawi Cable Car which will take you to the impressive Langkawi Sky Bridge. Indulge their popular beaches where we can anchor just a short swim away. One of Langkawi’s greatest assets are the surrounding islands with their sunny beaches, crystal clear waters and fantastic sailing grounds.

The island of Langkawi can be reached by air from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Hong Kong, Guangzhou and other major cities.

Sky Bridge


Butang Group

Butang Group

The Butang Group is an area of islands mainly compromised of Koh Adang, Koh Rawi and Koh Lipe. Being part of Tarutao Marine National Park it offers some of the clearest waters and most beautiful coral reefs within the area. Located at the Southwest Coast of Thailand it is at the brink of the Malaysian Border and is only a shorts sail away from Langkawi. With a total of 51 islands only Koh Lipe has been habited, offering relaxed beaches with its “laid back” bars and local restaurants. As for the inhabited islands, they are all surrounded with coral reefs only a short swim away from their beaches or diving off your private yacht.


Koh Tarutao

Koh Tarutao

Tarutao is the largest island of the 51-island National Marine Park archipelago, located only 4 miles North of the Malaysian duty-free island of Langkawi. Now listed as one of the original ASEAN Heritage Parks, the island had been used in the late 1930s as a penal colony for Thai political prisoners. However during World War II when support from mainland was cut off, the guards and prisoners banded together and formed raiding parties on ships sailing through the waters surrounding the island. As this continued for many years the British Forces eventually eradicated the “Pirates of Tarutao” at the end of the war. Where fishermen and farmers now take it home. This is an island with profound history and beautiful scenery.