What We Do
At Burma Boating, we organise sailing holidays in Burma (Myanmar) and in South East Asia.
You can do the sailing yourself or we can do it for you. You can go for 5 days or 5 weeks. And you can chill on empty beaches, drink at hand, or go race the dolphins. It’s your choice and it’s easy with Burma Boating.
We are a group of passionate sailors who were spellbound when we first sailed into Myanmar’s waters. We discovered pristine islands, beautiful beaches, and welcoming people. Right there and then, we decided to share these wonders.
Who We Are
Captain Herbert was born in Austria and is in charge of managing our fleet. He's worked as a skipper for more than three decades and has logged over 300,000 nautical miles in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and in Southeast Asia.
Christoph is a passionate sailor who spent the past 10 or so years working in Asia. A few years ago, he discovered the Mergui Archipelago during a sailing holiday with friends. Chris is in charge of managing the business side of our operations.
Janis is an adventurer, a writer and an entrepreneur. He spent the last 15 years in Asia as a correspondent for leading German publications. At Burma Boating, he takes care of everything creative and sails as much as possible.
Adrian is our old Myanmar hand with his years of experience in the tourism industry. Before joining the team, he managed the Myanmar Andaman Resort, the only resort in the Mergui Archipelago.
Eric started his long career in hospitality working on super yachts where he discovered his passion for the ocean. He later changed to the hotel industry and in March 2015 joined Burma Boating as our head of operations.
Janice grew up on boats around Phuket. While studying hospitality in the Netherlands, she realised how much she missed the ocean. In 2015 she returned to Asia and joined Burma Boating's shore crew.
Jing was born in Shanghai where she spent years working in the hospitality industry before joining Burma Boating's team in summer 2014. Jing works as our guest services manager and takes care of our paperwork.
Aung Kyaw spent the last 12 years sailing the Mergui Archipelago and knows almost every island, every rock and every beach. He's in charge of the itineraries and is our connection to the local communities. Most people call him AK.