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Popular Thailand International Boat Show Set for January 11–14

The 2024 Thailand International Boat Show, which is set to take place at Royal Phuket Marina in Phuket from January 11 to 14, will showcase a variety of luxurious boats, ranging from super-yachts to private jets.

Renowned as Thailand’s largest boat show, this event aims to bolster Phuket’s tourism sector and highlight the province as a key destination for marine leisure in Southeast Asia. It will feature a wide array of boats and global lifestyle brands on display.

Boat Lagoon Yachting will exhibit three Princess Yachts, among various other brands, at the event. The highlight is the Princess Y95, the largest yacht on display and a first-time showpiece in Thailand.

Simpson Marine boasts the most extensive in-water display with six boats, including models like the Sanlorenzo SX76, Lagoon 51, and Fairline Targa 45.

Derani Yachts will present three boats from the popular Axopar brand, along with the Brabus Shadow 500 Cabin and a Greenline 40.

Several other boat brokers will also have their vessels in the water, including Asia Marine, Asia Yacht Agency, Asia Yachting, Extreme Marine (Thailand), Go Boating, Lee Marine, Leopard Catamarans, Northrop & Johnson, The Yacht Sales Co, and V Yachts Asia.

The event will be complemented by an array of marine businesses, products, and services from the luxury lifestyle sector, showcased in a newly built, air-conditioned exhibition space onshore.

This year’s show features new additions, including the inaugural Thailand Yachting Conference, a B2B platform for exchanging ideas among local and international businesspeople.

Additionally, there is the Robb Report Thailand Best Of The Best Yachting Awards Gala, an event honoring the finest yachts and brands in the sector.

The event will also offer a variety of social activities, from jazz performances on the boardwalk and live DJ sets to outdoor dining, oysters, and Champagne. Special activities for young family members will be available on Children’s Day, January 13.