Power Catamaran for rent in Phuket «Over Blue 46»

Renting a power catamaran «Over Blue 46» in Phuket is a sure way to enjoy the beauty of Thailand!

Thailand is a country with a rich culture, amazing nature and many intriguing places. However, when we talk about Thailand, mainly we are referring to its beautiful coastline. It is here that we can enjoy swimming in the blue waters, as well as excursions on ships and catamarans. Renting a motor catamaran «Over Blue 46» in Phuket is the perfect way to discover the beauty of the Andaman Sea and its incredible beaches.

The catamaran charter «Over Blue 46» in Phuket is a great choice for family or friends who want to discover the beauty of the sea of Thailand. You will be able to enjoy fishing as well as snorkeling. We offer «Over Blue 46» for any length of time you need, from a few hours to a few days. You are free to choose the dates and duration of your swim, depending on your desires.

«Over Blue 46» has two separate cabins that can accommodate up to four people. It is also equipped with a kitchen, showers, and a toilet. You can live and travel on this catamaran and feel right at home on it.

In addition, «Over Blue 46» is equipped with everything you require for safe sailing: chart plotter, radar, hydrographic station, autopilot, inverter, and generator.

Renting a motor catamaran in Phuket «Over Blue 46» is an opportunity to visit perhaps the most beautiful places in Thailand, which everyone talks about, but only a few are presented to visit.

Rates inclusive:

✓ Private tour
✓ Captain + Crew
✓ Snorkeling masks
✓ Towels
✓ Bluetooth join with boat sound system
✓ Accident insurance

Not inclusive:

✖ Island entry fees (if any)
✖ Taxi transfer to the marina
✖ Lunch

If you still have some questions “Which direction to decide from Phuket?”, please see our photo gallery section, where you can find names and photos of the islands! Or our manager will offer you all suitable variants – just call us on number in the header of the site!

* Please ask your manager actual prices for the peak season (15 December – 20 January)