Sailing School Fleet


Learn on Both Catamarans and Keelboats

The type of yacht you first learn to sail on is more important than may you think, most students develop a certain
attachment to that yacht, or type of yacht and in many cases this goes as far as influencing the yacht they end up chartering or purchasing.

Island Spirit Thailand conducts its sailing courses on both a Keelboat and a Catamaran; each student has the opportunity to try
out both providing students with a broader experience base from which to develop their interests.

Nautitech 40 (2003)

The Nautitech 40 catamaran is a titian amongst the world yacht charter industry performers. This is a classic charter catamaran; many are still operating in charter fleets throughout Europe, the Caribbean and Asia.

  • 4 double cabins
  • 2 forepeak cabins
  • 2 heads (toilet & shower)
  • Sloop rig
  • Twin helms stations
  • Twin Yanmar 3GM 20hp

Beneteau Oceanis 51

Another classic yacht, the Ben 51, designed by Bruce Farr back in the day when Beneteau were very focused on performance. This yacht loves wind and is an awesome performer, rail-down on a tight reach.

  • 4 double cabins
  • Single Fore-peak cabin
  • Salon table converts to double
  • 3 heads (toilet & shower)
  • Sloop rig
  • Twin helms stations
  • Perkins 4108 50hp