Thailand Benefit From Marina Boat Show

The country of Thailand is known to travellers because of the many adventures waiting for them from yacht charter in Phuket to the most awaited boat show in Pattaya. The entire country is now getting ready for the yearly event which will feature the marine and luxury industry of the region. The event will start on the 29th of November until the 2nd of December. The leaders in the industries of boating and luxury lifestyle will come together for the event which is the 7th Ocean Marina Pattaya Boat Show. Guests who will come to witness the show are going to see first-hand the latest products as well as technological innovations in the industry.

According to the managing director of the event’s organizers, Mr. Napong Paripontpochanapisuti, the past six years has been going well for the Ocean Marina Pattaya Boat Show and the number of participants during the event has increased when looking at the year-on-year figures. In 2017, the number of visitors increased by 23 per cent.

He added that they are funnelling more than 10 million baht every year to the annual event which is a major platform where they can promote the business as well as the tourism in the area. The event of Ocean Marina Pattaya Boat show is giving back to the industry worth 2 billion baht every year and they expect that the marine industry will see over 10 per cent in terms of growth.

Last year the event was able to break a record with the highest number of visitors reaching almost 6,000. These people came from 22 different countries all over the world. The event’s success was due to the unending support coming from the government of Thailand. The organizers of the event are also doing relentless marketing campaign allover Asia as well as major cities within China. With this, they expect that more will come for this year’s event.

Pattaya is one of the most popular seaside destinations in Thailand along with yacht charter in Phuket which is also a favourite among tourists. In 2017, Pattaya welcomed over 14 million visitors to its shores.