SEA Yachting News
The Thailand Yachting Symposium; Anthony Gould on crew training; Fountaine Pajot launches a 45ft boat; a Sanlorenzo 44Alloy sold in Asia; NZ’s first out-of-water boat show, the Platu Cup & much more
Gulf Charters Thailand Joins Forces with Group Island Spirit
Gulf Charters Thailand has long been the iconic sailing company of Thailand’s eastern seaboard and the company’s getting a new look.
Hanse 348 turning heads
Rob Williams of Southeast Asia Yachts tells us her innovative design approach makes her a very big boat for her length.
Aquila – they’re at it again
This winter, Aquila will debut the Aquila 30 Power Catamaran, building on the strength and popularity of the award-wining Aquila 36.
Class racing – old school
Wouter Verbraak has been coming to grips with the realities of racing a fully amped-up 176-tonne J Class.
The evolution of East Marine Asia
A history of Scott Bradley’s East Marine Asia and Precision Shipwright Services with news that the two will soon merge.
A benchmark year for Asia Marine
We talk with Asia Marine’s Senior Broker & Operations Manager Paul Stamp about the company’s history, activities & regional developments.
New MCA Seafarer Training Centre & Crew Residence Opens in Phuket
Galileo Maritime Academy has announced the completion of its new crew training centre and crew residence, located just above Yacht Haven Marina.
AusThai, more than just a boat builder
Ray Ringuet, long a proponent of better boat safety in Thailand, works with customers to increase safety awareness & build better & safer boats