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SOUTHEAST ASIA'S YACHTING MAGAZINE VOL. 17 NO. 2

SOUTHEAST ASIA'S YACHTING MAGAZINE VOL. 17 NO. 2 May - July 2022

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SEA Yachting News
Everything from a preview of the next Raja Muda regatta to re-opening news from Sri Lanka & Myanmar. Also news from FLS Yachts, Hull Marine, Nongsa Point Marina in Batam, the Thailand Yacht Show & a Grow Boating update.

V Yachts – the exclusive dealer for Ferretti Yachts in Thailand
V Yachts Asia, on display at the upcoming Thailand Yacht Show, is promoting the luxurious Ferretti 500 on our cover this issue, one of the ashiest yachts in its portfolio.

Rob Williams takes us on a tour of the Dehler46SQ & the Grand Soleil 40

Rob takes us on a tour of both yachts focusing on the unique features, which set them apart from other boats in their class.

Adrenalin rises
Matt McGrath takes us through his partial resurrection of the famed Formula 40 trimaran Adrenalin. She was built by the Gougeon brothers in 1987, groundbreaking developers of wood/epoxy composite boat construction and the team that invented West System epoxy.

Thailand – a yacht racing destination
Paul Poole kindly runs us through a history of the regatta circuit in Southeast Asia, dating back to the launching of the Phuket King’s Cup in 1987.

Simpson Marine showcasing Sanlorenzo SL90A &SL106A

Simpson Marine is showcasing Sanlorenzo throughout the beautiful waters and terrain of Southeast Asia including an appearance at the Thailand Yacht Show in Pattaya in June.

Kalibobo latest from high-speed ferry from SeaCat SeaCat

recently completed its new 22m high speed ferry design and construction project. The vessel was completed at the SeaCat Ships headquarters, located at Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Pattaya.

ATMI - one of Phuket’s best-kept secrets
There’s a world-class company near the Heroine’s Monument in Phuket that is doing state-of-the-art work. Founded in Australia as T.M Industries, it has a long history of innovation and has actively pursued the introduction of new materials & technologies.

Carrying on the family tradition
Jérôme “Jay” Monney is a sailor, racer and yacht build project man- ager but his main focus these days is surveying. We catch up with him and take a closer look.

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