The Show has been conceived and structured to help deliver opportunities for brands and companies to access a variety of audiences linked to the yachting, luxury boating and leisure industries across South East Asia. Since our first event in 2016, the Show has experienced continual growth, with each edition attracting more and more of the major players in the region, including yacht owners, professionals from the maritime and luxury markets, villa owners, business decision-makers and those looking to invest in the yachting lifestyle.
With over 4,000 local visitors expected in 2021, the Thailand Yacht Show has established itself as the region’s premier meeting place for the boating fraternity and offers an important link between brands, dealers, brokers and local service providers to both new and existing industry contacts and buyers. Marine exhibits are further complemented by the latest property developments, interior design as well as a wide range of luxury lifestyle products, including fashion, jewellery and fine arts, which help to attract even more visitors and HNWIs from the region and beyond.
Exhibitors can look forward to a new and improved format in 2021, which has been specifically designed to offer more choice and opportunities for businesses of all sizes and budgets. From custom booths in the Exhibition Hall and affordable canopy tents along the Boardwalk to more berths in the Marina, the 2021 Thailand Yacht Show will be laid out to fully maximise your exhibiting experience and help your business connect to a wider audience.
Phuket is the centre for Thailand’s marine industry and has witnessed a rapid growth in related businesses, from marine engineering and services to charter companies, marinas and berthing to rigging, sail-making and repairs. Its location at the heart of South East Asia makes it an ideal base for tourists and boating enthusiasts looking to explore some of the region’s most beautiful sailing grounds whilst the ready source of skilled shipwrights, engineers and crew has made it the first port of call in Asian waters for seasoned sailors and captains.
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With both mono and multihulls from 9 – 27m on display, Simpson Marine were again the largest exhibitor at the Show and our team was kept busy throughout the four-day event with two Lagoon sales contracted on the spot – with more under negotiation – together with an order for an Aquila Power Catamaran.
It’s been a great show this year for us. Once again Princess Yachts had the Show’s biggest fleet from a single brand and we also displayed models from Sacs Marine and Jeanneau. These yachts gathered a lot of interest over the weekend and we are delighted to confirm that we concluded several sales.
The Show continues to help drive the growth of the region’s wonderful maritime industry and the huge economic benefits it will bring to local communities. By joining together in a cohesive industry gathering, we can build an ever-growing show that delivers real results in a burgeoning marketplace that we should be driving ourselves.
It was a great first showing for us and the visitors who came to the Show proved to be really interested and highly qualified. Looking forward, our team is gearing up for opening a new office in Phuket, which will enable us to focus on sales in South East Asia, where we expect the market to grow considerably over the next few years.
Fantastic show at a great location and organised by an awesome team who were very easy to work with and extremely helpful. We had a good volume of high-quality leads over the four-days and had a lot of fun hosting our party in Town Square. We will definitely be back next year, as long as we can secure our same location.