27m / 3 cabins / 6 guests / 5 crew
Constructed to the standard of architect and designer Ed Tuttle of Aman Resorts, Maha Bhetra is a Thai-crafted wooden hull motor yacht based in the Andaman Sea.
With a focus on the southern islands around Thailand, Maha Behtra offers accommodation for up to six guests to cruise privately in total comfort.
Destinations include the Surin islands, on the Burmese border; the Similan islands, just northwest of Phuket; and the Bunting archipelago, next to the Malay Peninsula.
Maha Bhetra accommodates up to six guests in three identical double cabins spanning 20sqm each. Every cabin featured air-conditioning, an en-suite bathroom and wardrobes.
Maha Bhetra’s contemporary interiors feature a neutral palate with authentic accents such as Southeast Asian antiques from the 18th century. Seamlessly, the ancient and modern meet in the saloon, where custom-designed louvered cabinets conceal sound systems and glassware, and the staterooms are adorned with tiger-patterned rugs.
Onboard facilities include air-conditioning, snorkelling and diving equipment, four kayaks, two paddleboards, a sailing dingy and a rib for exploring ashore.
Maha Bhetra’s simple elegance and spacious cabins make her a great base for small families or groups of friends to explore Thailand’s islands.
|Length||27.40 m (90 ft)|
|Beam||5.70 m (19 ft)|
|Draft||2.50 m (8 ft)|
|Cruising speed||8 knots|
|Max speed||8 knots|