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Lee Marine brings big names to Thailand Yacht Show



PHUKET: Lee Marine International Marine Brokerage’s re-investments continue in Phuket with the main focus being to better serve the many yacht enthusiasts who see their future on board any of the yachts represented by our firm, explained Josh Lee, founder and CEO of the company.

The strength of their business success combines a wide product range with an experienced, dependable team. Add in full vessel management and complete turn-key care packages, and contented clients follow, Josh says.

Survivor is the second boat I have bought from Martin Holmes, the General Manager of Lee Marine,” said one Lee Marine buyer. “I really like Martin for his style – never pushing for a sale. I also value Lee Marine’s after-sales support, which is so important when you’re in Phuket.”

Client testimonials such as that become recommendations in themselves.

“As a team, we are so pleased to build relationships with our clients and have the opportunity to assist them to decide on what is best for them,” Mr Holmes said.

Having recently moved their offices and operations to Ao Po Grand Marina, the announcement of the Thailand Yacht Show (TYS) being held there was particularly welcome to the firm.

The prestigious Ao Po Grand Marina sets itself apart by having deep water access and a full breakwater, thus allowing access for mega yachts up to 100 meters at any time – an enviable location on Phuket’s east coast.

Yachting enthusiasts have direct access to spectacular Phang Nga Bay and the surrounding islands.
Conducting sea trials and other yachting activities during the show will make all the difference. An ideal choice for the Thailand Yacht Show, Mr Lee pointed out.

“We are delighted with the new Thailand Yacht Show, which in our view will become the fastest growing show in Asia over the next few years.”

The event has promptly sailed to the top, making it the most important event in Lee Marine’s nautical calendar.

Lee Marine will be presenting the biggest-ever fleet of boats in its 18 year history at the TYS. Representing top brands from the Ferretti Group (Ferretti Yachts, Pershing Yachts, Custom Line and Riva), Riviera and Cantiere delle Marche, as well as a number of superyachts.

“We will be giving our full support with events, sea trials and logistical back-up for visitors to ensure it’s a fun and rewarding few days for all involved. We invite everyone to drop by our offices. Join us at the Thailand Yacht Show… and enjoy what promises to be a great event.”


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