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Last Updated on Saturday, 09 January 2016 10:00

It is less than two months until the inaugural Thailand Yacht Show and the list of yachts and boating brands joining the Show continues to grow. The cross section of new exhibitors demonstrates the global appeal of the Show with the line-up including international brands, local Thai icons and a broad range of luxury boats for sale, charter yachts and lifestyle companies.

One of the most exciting yachts to enter the line-up is M/Y Nanou, the classically-styled 32-metre Benetti presented by leading industry brokerage house Burgess Yachts. Burgess has recently opened an Asia-based division to capture the growing demand and has rapidly made a significant impact in the regional market.


Sister-brand to Benetti, Azimut Yachts Thailand will join the on-water exhibitors to promote its luxury boat range for sale. Azimut Yachts range from 32-foot to 120-foot and include flybridge cruises, superyachts and passagemakers. A selection of this expansive yacht range will be on display at the Show for keen buyers.

Also joining the Show is Thai icon, Jim Thompson. This luxury interior and fabric company combines the best of Thai fabrics and modern luxury to create unique and inspired interiors. The company’s stand in the air conditioned pavilion at the Thailand Yacht Show promises to provide a feast for the senses.

Confirmed exhibitors extend to marine suppliers and service companies including global marine engine manufacturer, MTU, and yacht finishing specialist, International Paint from the AkzoNobel group. Limited spaces are left available. To secure your spot in this exciting new show, please contact us on today.

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