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Excitement Builds at TYS Pattaya Opens Tomorrow

Set against a backdrop of unprecedented positivity that has engulfed the yacht industry over the past 2 years Asia’s first boat show since 2020 opens tomorrow. Want to know what to expect from this not-to-be-missed four-day celebration of yachts and the yachting lifestyle in Thailand? The Thailand Yacht Show in Pattaya will offer visitors a fun-filled weekend outing. Read on.

World-famous brands on display

Princess Yachts’ exclusive distributor, Boat Lagoon Yachting (BLY) will showcase the magnificent Princess Y78 in addition to the Jeanneau NC33 and Cap Camarat 9.0WA.  An exclusive special 15 per cent discount off yacht charter bookings in Phuket will be offered only to visitors who reserve the trip during this Show.

Simpson Marine will have nine yachts on display, including the highly anticipated launches of First 14, First 18 and First 27 yachts seen for the very first time here in the region.

Also, making its debut in Thailand is the breath taking ultra-luxurious sport-fly, the Riva 76 Perseo Super, presented by V Yachts Asia alongside the new-style Ferretti 500.

Also, not to be missed and presented by Motorium is COX’s revolutionizing CX0300 diesel engine outboard, and the environment-friendly state-of-the-art ePropulsion electric outboard engines.

MGC Marine & Charter (Asia) Co., Ltd, the sole distributor of the luxury Italian Azimut Yachts and a staunch supporter of the Thailand Yacht Show (TYS) from its inception, is using TYS to launch the latest addition to its portfolio – the evocative US brand, Chris-Craft, which has been building luxury boats and yachts since 1874.  Although the Chris-Craft yacht will not be arriving in time for the Show, a 1m model will be at the MGC booth for admiring and pre-booking.

For the lifestyle enthusiasts

Jetboard Thailand will showcase its latest award-winning premium and sustainable water-related lifestyle surfboards and Leines electric boats – a welcome alternative to jet skis and petrol jet. Visitors can trial the jetboards on site at the show, but pre-booking is essential via LINE @jetboardthailand. Rates are THB 1,400 for 15 mins and THB 2,000 for 30 minutes.

Live DJ sets and performances

During the four-day event get your groove on with spectacular tunes by award-winning DJ Chozie and LIVE performances by the fabulous showgirls from Pattaya’s very own Alexa Beach Club. Not to be missed. 

Family fun and sailing school 

The Thailand Yacht Show in Pattaya will offer visitors a fun-filled weekend outing.  Simpson Marine will provide opportunities for adults and children alike to try out its Sailing Academy dinghies and also sign up for future lessons. 


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