Seatran Ferry Pier


On July 24, 2002, Seatran established a new company called Seatran Ferry with the main goal of providing a new and better alternative of transportation for both local and foreign people to Samui. The main consideration was to provide better service and the highest level of safety with reasonable price as well as facilitate in decreasing the congestion in transportation between Samui and the main land, which has been a major setback in the growth of Samui’s tourism industry. Seatran has over 16 years of experience in ship related industry and cruiser ships for example the Seatran Queen, Seatran also owns a shipyard company called ASIMAR, which is list in the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). ASIMAR can provide full access for repair and maintenance of all the Seatran ferries ships in order to provide the highest level of safety and reliability to all Seatran customers.

Seatran decided to invest in building a totally new seaport located in T.Bang Nam Jued at A.Donsak pier and Nathon pier is about 15 nautical sea miles or 25.5 kilometers. All Seatran Ferry ships used in all destinations are highly capable which have caused the reduced of total travel time between Samui to Donsak from 2 hours to 1 hour 30 minutes comparing to other ferry provider. The new pier in Donsak has a cafeteria, passenger terminal and spacious parking lot. For the Samui pier Seatran Ferry is currently docking at the Na thon pier, which is located in the central region of Samui. In the future Seatran Ferry will have a new passenger terminal located near the pier to provide addition comfort and service to Seatran Customers.



Address: 17/1 Moo 8, T. Donsak, A. Donsak, Surat Thani, Thailand