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Phuket Yacht Show has Global Appeal

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The Phuket Yacht Show is attracting exhibitors from all around the globe, who see the great opportunity for the charter and brokerage market in South East Asia.

The latest addition to the Show is Fraser Yachts, presenting 34m M/Y Azul A, built by Dutch shipyard Moonen. 

“Fraser Yachts is excited about presenting M/Y Azul A at the Phuket Yacht Show. She would be perfect for the Asian-based cruising enthusiast as she combines relaxed luxury with ocean-going capabilities, including stabilisers for a smoother on-water experience”explained broker Jan Jaap Minnema of Fraser Yachts.

Delivered by Moonen in 1997 and refitted this year, Azul A is a fantastic platform to enjoy the outstanding cruising grounds of South East Asia. She accommodates up to eight guests in four cabins and has a crew of six to provide for your every possible need.

Her 2.3m draft means she can reach many beautiful spots that yachts with a large draft are unable to visit, and her modern stabiliser system means that guests will feel comfortable without any sensation of rolling at anchor. 

PRESS RELEASE Phuket Yacht Show has a truly global appeal

To be held from the 12 to 15 February 2015 at Yacht Haven Marina, the Phuket Yacht Show is strategically held in the tourist and cruising high season for the island to maximise the exhibitors’ and partners’ exposure to the discerning traveller and yacht owner already visiting the island.

“Two years ago, there was a limited number of yachts visiting Asia. However we are now seeing an increase in interest for this region as our owners and charter clients discover the difference and benefits of cruising the winter season in Asia,” commented Fraser Yachts’ global marketing manager, Lisa Peck.

Phuket’s appeal to the region’s HNWI only continues to grow as the Phuket Gazette, media partner to the Phuket Yacht Show, highlighted in a recent article. In the first quarter of 2014, not only did the visitor arrivals to Phuket increase but so did the number of international airlines servicing the island, supplying predominantly Chinese and Russian guests.

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Along with a strong contingent of continental Europeans, the visitors to Phuket are staying in the best hotels and villa developments.

“Our decision to launch the Phuket Yacht Show was a considered one. In order to grow the appetite for yachting in the region, you need to promote the destinations which sell the lifestyle and Phuket does a superb job in that manner,” said Phuket Yacht Show’s organiser, Mr Andy Treadwell.

The Show has also partnered with Dewa Resort at Nai Yang Beach to offer discounted rates for exhibitors.

It is estimated that over 300,000 visitors will travel to Phuket in the month of February 2015, so the Show highly recommends brokers and industry members wishing to attend the four-day event to book accommodation at the Dewa, which is conveniently located just 15 minutes from Yacht Haven Marina.

Bookings can be made via the Phuket Yacht Show’s website at http://www.phuketyachtshow.com/accomodation
For more information on exhibiting at the Phuket Yacht Show, please email [email protected]

About the Phuket Yacht Show 2015:

The Phuket Yacht Show is set to launch at Thailand’s Phuket Yacht Haven Marina from 12- 15 February 2015. Created by the organisers of the Singapore Yacht Show, the inaugural show will combine the best aspects of yacht charter, boating industry and luxury lifestyle events. Destined to attract industry and consumers alike, the event will be staged in the biggest superyacht marina in the Asia Pacific region.

Timings for the show are as follows:

Thursday,  12 February 2015 - 2pm to 9pm 

Friday, 13 February 2015 - 2pm to 9pm

Saturday, 14 February 2015 - 2pm to 9pm

Sunday, 15 February 2015 - 2pm to 8pm

For further information, photos, interviews and general media requests, please contact:

Farah Azizan 

Mutant Communications 
+65 9824 4424 
[email protected]

Ola Polczynski 

Mutant Communications 
+65 9361 2450 
[email protected] 


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