First time Thailand Yacht Show (TYS) exhibitor, Motorium brings two exciting, cutting edge brands to the first Pattaya show: COX, the world’s first diesel outboard engine and state-of-the-art electric outboard motors from ePropulsion.
The 300hp V8 diesel outboard engine, manufactured in the UK, is the result of 10+ years of innovation. A ground-breaking product redefining standards within the maritime industry, The CXO300 – although unique in design – has been built for purpose and developed according to industry standards making it compatible with controls, propellers, transom bolt patterns and current steering systems.
Delivering the same performance and packaging as a gasoline outboard, but with 30% better fuel efficiency and the reliability of a diesel inboard, this purpose-built outboard has begun to revolutionise the market.
“We’re looking forward with anticipation to the Thailand Yacht Show in Pattaya. It will be a wonderful opportunity to introduce the COX 300hp diesel outboard which is available now in Thailand to the boating and yachting communities!” said Bernard Wong, Motorium Business Development Manager.
Onto electric motors and, from the Spirit 1.0 Plus, 3HP to the Navy 6.0 Evo 9.9HP and the 3, 6 & 9.9HP Pod Drive, ePropulsion has a motor for every application – from sailboat to dinghy to workboat to fishing boat – while up-to-the-minute hydro generation technology enables recharging of batteries on the go, using water and wind flow.
“TYS Pattaya is a great opportunity to introduce ePropulsion electric outboard motors, as a real alternate and environmentally-friendly outboard motor choice, to an increasingly aware public,” said Mr Wong.read more
Verventia is pleased to announce that Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa has been appointed “Official Hotel Partner” of Thailand Yacht Show (TYS) Pattaya 2022. The 257 room, 5-star lifestyle beachfront resort is located in Na Jomtien, just 5 minutes south of the Ocean Marina show venue.
The Renaissance is offering special deals to yacht show visitors and exhibitors – details and a booking link to follow in our next newsletter.
“We are delighted to work with key business partners like the Thailand Yacht Show Pattaya to bring international awareness to Na Jomtien, a pristine and premium beachside destination south of Pattaya, just 90mins drive from Bangkok,” said Bruno Rotschaedl, General Manager and Caroline Shen, Director of Sales & Marketing at the Renaissance Pattaya.
In addition to offering attractive accommodation packages, Renaissance is committed to sending VIP yacht show invitations to its regional customer base as part of the TYS strategic visitor promotion.read more
Simpson Marine, Asia’s leading yacht dealer, will have the largest fleet display at the upcoming Thailand Yacht Show (TYS) Pattaya, with some notable premieres. They will also showcase their full suite of yachting services, including new yachts and brokerage yacht sales, yacht care, yacht management, yacht charter and the Simpson Sailing Academy.
Simpson partners with world-renowned yacht brands such as Sanlorenzo, Bluegame, Fairline, Beneteau, Lagoon and Aquila and the fleet of ten yachts at TYS Pattaya includes Beneteaus (F14, F18, F27, OC 40.1 and OC 46.1), a Fairline F33, a Fairline Squadron 68 (an Asia premiere), a Lagoon 46, and AB RIBs F17 and F24.
“As Asia’s leading yacht dealer, we recognise Verventia’s effort in promoting the yachting lifestyle within the region. We have a strong presence in Thailand – especially at Ocean Marina – where we’ve sold several boats that chose to berth there. So it’s a natural choice for us to support the first TYS in Pattaya and we look forward to a strong return for TYS and its shows in both Phuket and the Gulf of Thailand,” said Country Manager, Howard Prime.
Demonstrating the importance of the Bangkok/Pattaya market, Simpson’s Ocean Marina base counts a team of 11 professionals, including the country management team and three sailing instructors, while the sailing academy has a fleet of nine sailing yachts.
On the Thai demand for yachting, Howard noted, “The Thai market has developed in the past two years due to pandemic travel restrictions, causing people to look for alternative pastimes; yachting has become one of them. At the same time, dinghy sailing tuition has become a popular extra-curricular activity for families looking for healthy hobbies for their kids. And, because it’s so easy for Bangkok residents to escape the city to Pattaya, sunset and sunrise charters have also become a popular way to enjoy several hours relaxing on the water.”read more