Burgess Yachts is offering seven yachts for charter this winter in South East Asia, following the recent regulatory changes announced by the Thai government, which opens up the waters for foreign-flagged vessels.

Triple Seven
The 68-metre Nobiskrug, launched in 2006 and refitted in 2014, will be based in the Indian Ocean, and has plenty of outdoor spaces and watersports gear to make the most of the wonderful Maldives.
Sleeps: 11
Rates: From $610,000 per week

Burgess lines up seven for South-East Asia
Northern Sun

This amazing conversion is new to the Burgess fleet. She launched in 1976, and has benefited from refits ever since, the last of which was in 2015. With great facilities on board, she is based in Thailand.
Sleeps: 12
Rates: From $133,000pw

Burgess lines up seven for South-East Asia
With a flexible accommodation arrangement to suit any group of charterers, the 50.4-metre Trinity Sapphire from 2009, also has plenty of on-board highlights, including a gym, and a hot-tub with a view on the sundeck.
Sleeps: 12
Rates: €200,000 per week

Burgess lines up seven for South-East Asia
Hye Seas II
Launched by Azimut in 2007, Hye Seas II will be based in Thailand this winter. There’s plenty of on-board diving equipment and you’ve the option of hiring an instructor.
Sleeps: 12
Rates: From $84,000 per week

Burgess lines up seven for South-East Asia
A stunning 73-metre Lürssen, launched in 2006, and cruising South-East Asia and the Indian Ocean. With an experienced charter crew and outstanding features for guests, such as the amazing ‘water park’, the sauna in the beach club and the glass-walled gym, she’s a fine vessel for exploring Thailand and the Indian Ocean.
Sleeps: 12
Rates: $420,000 to $600,000 per week

Also available from Burgess this winter in the region are:
Saluzi, a 69.1m Austal from 2003, which sleeps 32 guests and is available for $480,000 per week.
Mykonos, a 32.3-metre Gulf Craft that launched last year. She takes a party of 12 and is available from $91,000 per week.