Phang Nga Bay, with its emerald green waters and stunning limestone islands, once again plays host to the third edition of the region’s premier experiential yachting event, the Thailand Yacht Show (TYS).
The Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous (KRSR) on-track for a grand fleet of the world’s most Luxurious Yachts in 2017.
The plans to build the $5 million (AUD) waterfront Marine Innovation Hub have just been released to the public.
The Langkawi Port at Tanjung Lembung in Malaysia has been recently upgraded to be cater for the next 15 years of the island’s logistics demands.
Returning in December, the Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous 2017 (KRSR) will build on last year’s success and attract the world’s largest luxury yachts.
The Seal Superyachts team is heading to Monaco Yacht Show.
Thailand is the first Asian country to join a European project aiming to remove plastic from the world’s oceans.
New GST (Goods and Service Tax) changes to lure the Superyachts that frequent the French Riviera, the Mediterranean, Asia and the Pacific Ocean.
Monaco may be small but is one of the World’s most glamourous locations.