The show will be taken place at Royal Phuket Marina. Targeting yachting aficionados and wealthy lifestyle enthusiasts.
The Thailand Yacht Show, a great collaboration with 90 international brands and a dozen regional and worldwide yacht premieres over the four days show.
The exhibitor line-up was at an all-time high from a diverse list of industries, including marine leisure, high-end property developers, leading names in the automotive industry, luxury jewellery, hospitality and food and beverages. A healthy mix of high-net-worth buyers, sellers and aspiring yacht owners with an appetite to spend flocked to the docks where a number of the exhibitors recorded impressive boat sales.
Celebrating its sixth edition in 2021, the Thailand Yacht Show has firmly established itself as not only one of the leading maritime shows in South East Asia, but also as a must-visit event for those who call Phuket home. The Show, with the stunning Royal Phuket Marina as its backdrop, offers both industry professionals and local residents the perfect environment to network, relax with friends – or close a deal – surrounded by some of the most beautiful motor- and sailing-yachts in the region.
As well as the exceptional line-up of yachts and luxury products on display, the 2021 edition will feature a number of trade-orientated side-events – including our new Buyers Meet Sellers initiative – whilst our hugely popular Children’s Festival will expand to a whole weekend of live music, entertainment and family-friendly activities. In the Marina, we will be offering sailing lessons to children of all ages – a great way for budding sailors to find their sea legs – and, as the sun sets, get ready for glamorous parties on board yachts, networking soirees and drinks and canapés on the docks.
In light of the recent outbreak of coronavirus infections in Thailand and the latest announcement of restrictions on inter-provincial travel, we have regretfully announced the decision to postpone the 2021 Thailand Yacht Show, currently scheduled from 11th – 14th February, until later in the year.