Day One. Depart aboard the seven double stateroom 172′ Taipan III or the two double, one quad stateroom 63′ Taipan IV from the free port of Langkawi, Malaysia or from Myanmar (Burma) and steam to Patong City, Thailand for some of the best nightlife in all of Southeast Asia. (Brochure Taipan III)
Day Two. Rest up while steaming four hours to Ko Phi Phi for a visit to its incredibly beautiful white sand beaches. These are nestled among tall monolith limestone peaks. You can enjoy the beaches with or without visiting the village of Phi Phi Don a cheerful tourist trap servicing the nearby resort hotels.
Day Three steam for another relaxing three hours to Krabi where you can explore the huge cavern inside the Kanab Nam twin peaks. Or you can explore the tropically lush mangrove areas where you might spot one of the very rare bird species the Mangrove Pitta or the Brown Ringed Kingfisher.
Day Four. After four hours of sailing on day four you can enjoy all the amenities of Paradise Island Resort with its superb Swiss chef for an ultimate gastronomic amenity.
Dat Five. To keep up or tone down the pace you could then proceed to James Bond Island for lunch in the stilt village. After lunch contemplate some small boat tours through the amazing rock and cave formations.
Day Six. Tie up at Yacht Haven Marina in Phuket, Thailand. (Yes there is a Yacht Haven Marina even in Thailand) Here it can be arranged to play golf at the Blue Lagoon one of the finest courses in Southeast Asia. If there is still surplus energy left in the evening one can enjoy Puckett’s active night life. At the same time and place are superb Thai restaurants or you can continue to enjoy Eastern or Western cuisine aboard either of the Taipans.
Day Seven. On day seven the always on board masseuse can sooth your tired limbs after which some shopping can be done among the quixotic bistros of Phuket and the surrounding areas.
This regimen can be stretched out for many more days with some of the finest diving and fishing still left anywhere in he world.