A list of services and recommendations provided for getting boat maintenance done in Phuket, Thailand. So your boat has done a few miles, seen a few years and looks a bit worse for wear. The next hop may be a long one and now is the time to do a bit of work. Projects have piled up and been put off. You have decided that Thailand would be a good place to haul out and get some serious work done as yards are reported to be good, prices cheap and you might even have a chance to take a holiday ashore while the boat is out of the water. Several cruisers who are either based in Thailand or have spent long periods there having work done on their boats, have contributed their tips and advice for those considering getting work done in SE Asia.
A Guide to Getting Work Done on your Boat in Thailand
A Guide to Getting Work Done on your Boat in Thailand - Noonsite
Congratulations on the purchase of an awesome dual prodrive rig! The customer had a trade in, Indian Scout motorcycle, we were able to make the deal happen with his trade in l! Now he is off to sling arrows at some redfish with his family! Darrell picked up his new to him Scarab recently. Once it gets back to Texas he's got big plans for this fast rig. Brandon and his wife came down last week from Fayetteville,AR, they drove through the night to purchase this Lowe Stinger Anniversary edition.
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Bakricono Shipyard is respected amongst the Asian leaders of naval construction. Strategically located by the sea on the eastern seaside of the Gulf of Thailand, close to the commercial deep sea port of Map Ta Phut and Laem Chabang, established on a 20,m2 facility owned by PMG Marine Complex with its direct sea access facilitating any overseas export. Read more. Bakricono Shipyard has been expanding over the last years to fulfill an ever-growing demand for yachts from our partners and customers.
Make sense of a disrupted world. Tom Hancock. Report a mispronounced word. Within a vast and humid hangar in southern China, workers in blue overalls, face masks and straw hats scale the hull of a ft superyacht that will soon be completed. The factory once catered for local demand but many boats made here are now bound for Australia, Thailand or Europe.