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Langkawi Malaysia sailing charters



Known by a handful of yachties who make the area their home, Langkawi and her 99 surrounding islands are a paradise waiting for discovery.

For those who love nature and to leave the crowds behind these are the perfect cruising grounds for you. Be amongst the first to discover this truly unique and new sailing destination!

By the way did you also know Langkawi is a duty free island? This makes cocktails at sunset a cheap affair, not to mention all those yummy imported foods you can stock the galley with! Only 4 of these islands are inhabited, the largest of which is Langkawi.

Langkawi is a very easy place to reach, so click on the link following to see details on our “getting there” page.

Geographically the area is very old and due to the foresight of the Malaysian government most of the nature is intact. In fact 2/3rds of the island is dominated by forest covered mountains, hills and natural vegetation. 

It’s a nature lover’s paradise and jungle, forest, white sandy beaches, romantic coves and native fauna are just some of the things one can expect to see here.

Chartering your own boat has to be the only way to fully enjoy the area so please don’t hesitate to contact us for suggested itineraries or click on the link following for ideas of where you can sail to!

Some Facts about Langkawi

The population is an estimated 54,000 of which 90% are Malays. The other ethnic groups consist mainly of Chinese, Indians and Thais.

The national religion is Islam, however freedom of worship is accepted here.

The climate is tropical and always warm. There are 2 distinct seasons. The dry season, November to April, when the winds blow predominately from the NE ,the weather is generally fine with nice sailing breezes.

During the wet season, May to October, one can expect rain, although showers tend to be over very quickly. The winds at this time are predominately from the W/SW.

Langkawi does tend to be much drier than other parts of Malaysia.  All year round the average temperature is from 25-32 degrees Celsius.

he official language is Bahasa Malaysia, although most locals speak English well. 

The currency is Malaysian Ringitt.

Approximate exchange rates are:

1 US$


1 pound sterling


Deutsch mark


100 Yen


1 $ Singapore


Banks are open for business at 9.30 am and close at 3.30 pm.
They are closed on Friday and Saturday but open Sundays.
Thursdays they are open from 9.30 am to 12 noon.
However Money Changers in Kuah are open every day. 

Langkawi is a small place and relatively new to tourism. To show respect for the Muslim faith we recommend that when in town you dress modestly and leave skimpy clothing for the beaches and when on board!


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