Set sail on the private yacht with free-flowing ChampagneDiscovery, Luxury, Togetherness | 12 August 2016
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As if Phuket weren't stunning enough already, now you can see it in style. Climb aboard the Major Affair, a 90-foot Sunseeker yacht ready and primed to take you on the trip of a lifetime. Accommodating you and up to 11 of your closest friends, you'll be treated to return transfers to and from the resort and the marina, breakfast and a sumptuous lunch created by your very own personal on board chef, plus free-flowing Krug Champagne served all day long by your own Wine Guru.
The destination is of your choosing. The waters around Phuket are most recognisable for their limestone karst islands, which can be admired along the coast of Krabi, Railay Bay and Phang Nga Bay, where James Bond Island from the ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’ was filmed. Venturing south to Koh Phi Phi, the Major Affair can drop anchor for guests to sunbathe on the pristine white sands of uninhabited Bamboo Island, before heading on to visit Hin Klang for snorkelling, experiencing the playful antics of Monkey Beach and seeing the ship drawing of Viking Cave, followed by swimming in ‘The Beach’ film location of Maya Bay.
On board, there's no shortage of ways to relax. Providing entertainment with panoramic views, the impressive Flybridge features a wet bar. Guests can drift between sunbathing, meal times and relaxation with two dining areas and two large sunpads on the generous deck. An expansive swimming platform easily accommodates a 4.6 metre tender, leaving the sundecks uncluttered for easy water sport access. Guests can choose between serene and high speed thrills with inflatables, snorkeling equipment, water skis and wakeboards all available onboard.
Did someone mention free-flowing Champagne? You'll be enjoying Krug Champagne, which dates back to 1843. Based principally in Reims, the main city in France’s Champagne region, it's one of the famous Champagne houses that formed part of the Grande Marques. Only the best for the most indulgent cruise.