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TYBA's meetings

Last month

  1. Meeting with Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affair, Ministry of Sport & Tourism, Marine Department, and the Thai Chamber of Commerce – Extension of STV Visa Announcement for Yacht Visitor.
  2. Meeting with the Ministry of Sport & Tourism, and Thailand Tourism Authority – Proposal for an inclusion of yacht arrival in Phuket Seabox and allowance of overnight charter for Thai Vessel
  3. Meeting with Thailand Professional Qualification Institute – Certification of skipper/ crew/ repair technician
  4. Meeting with Marine Tourism Sub-Committee of the Senate – Weekly meeting
  5. ICOMIA Sustainability committee
  6. Asia Boating Group

Interview with Peter JACOPS

Inspector and marine surveyor

Contact Peter JACOPS at the following number: + 66 (0)86 826 1669
or visit the website: Blue Peter Marine

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Riverdale Marina will service the Greater Bangkok area

Riverdale Marina thRiverdale Marina aims to be a class A and environmentally-friendly marina located on the Chao Phraya River. It will open up and increase awareness of boating in the greater Bangkok area.

The marina is going to be built by the famous MBK group, and it will be part of the Riverdale district, which is an all-in-one lifestyle complex located on 1,500 rai of land in Pathumthani province. Once the project is completed it will have a housing development, two golf courses, a hotel, a health club, a shopping mall, and office space.

Riverdale districtThe first phase of the marina is scheduled to open on the 17 December 2021 with the following facilities:

⦁   A 100-meter pontoon –can accommodate 8 boats up to 10-meters in length.
⦁   A hardstand, which can accommodate 100 boats.
⦁  A clubhouse with a member’s lounge that can hold up to 15 members and an outdoor area that can accommodate up to 15 members, making the Members area can accommodate up to 30 Members.
⦁   The Riverdale Marina Service Centre, a workshop on site, which will carry out general maintenance on boats, including oil changes, anti-fouling, electrical repair and installation.
⦁ A fuel dock offering diesel and gasohol.

The marina will have a plaza, with marine-related businesses as well as travel and tour companies, making it a pivotal meeting point for the Chao Phraya River’s boating community.

Riverdale marina Plaza

Layout plan for the Marina

If you would like to visit the marina during construction, or if you are interested in renting office space in the marina plaza, please contact marina Manager Ben McCrory at: [email protected]

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Thailand confirms “Phuket Sandbox 7+7 Extension” now in effect

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has announced that the Phuket Sandbox programme has received the green light from the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) to be upgraded as the “Phuket Sandbox 7+7 Extension” providing fully vaccinated international travellers with more options to visit multiple Thai destinations without the need to quarantine.

Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, TAT Governor, said, “The Phuket Sandbox 7+7 Extension programme signifies the progress of Thailand’s plan to gradually reopen to fully vaccinated international travellers within the set time frame. The launch of the Phuket Sandbox from 1 July, Samui Plus from 15 July, and Phuket Sandbox 7+7 Extension from 16 August will lead the way to the reopening of more pilot destinations, which are currently preparing appropriate measures to ensure the health and safety of both the tourists and local people.”
Starting from 16 August, 2021, the “Phuket Sandbox 7+7 Extension” programme allows eligible international travellers to reduce the mandatory stay in Phuket from 14 to 7 days, after which another 7 nights can be spent in Krabi (Koh Phi Phi, Koh Ngai, or Railay), Phang-Nga (Khao Lak or Ko Yao), or Surat Thani (Samui Plus – Koh Samui, Koh Pha-ngan, or Koh Tao).

The existing entry measures in place for the Phuket Sandbox programme remain unchanged for the 7+7 extension. But, travellers planning to spend another 7 nights outside of Phuket must obtain a ‘Transfer Form’ issued by their hotel in Phuket indicating that they have stayed in Phuket for 7 nights, which they will need to show together with the negative results of their two COVID-19 tests (conducted on Day 0 and Day 6-7 in Phuket).

Travelling from Phuket to the selected areas in Krabi, Phang-Nga, or Surat Thai is available only via approved routes and modes of transport.
Surat Thani (Samui Plus – Koh Samui, Koh Pha-ngan, or Ko Tao) can be reached via Bangkok Airways’ direct domestic flight on the Phuket-Koh Samui route.
Krabi (Ko Phi Phi, Ko Ngai, or Railay) can be reached by SHA Plus-certified boat and ferry services from approved piers.

Phang-Nga (Khao Lak) can be reached by SHA Plus-certified car transfer services from Phuket direct to the SHA Plus-certified hotels.
Phang-Nga (Ko Yao Noi or Ko Yao Yai) can be reached via SHA Plus-certified boat and ferry services from approved piers.
Once travellers have completed the 7-night extension in Krabi, Phang-Nga and Surat Thani (Samui Plus), and are tested negative in their third COVID-19 test (conducted on Day 12-13), they will receive a ‘Release Form’ from their hotel and will be able to continue their journey to other destinations in Thailand.

If the stay in Krabi, Phang-Nga or Surat Thani (Samui+) is less than 7 nights, travellers must proceed directly to Phuket International Airport on the day of departure. At the port of entry back into Phuket, they will need to show a plane ticket or other proof of their international travel from Phuket.
While in Thailand, TAT would like to remind all travellers to continue with D-M-H-T-T-A precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19: D – Distancing, M – Mask wearing, H – Handwashing, T – Temperature check, T – Testing for COVID-19, and A – alert application.

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Report on activity by the TYBA Committee on:

Anthony Gould (Chair), Peter Jacops, Zara Tremlett and Robert Tasker (now retired)

It is widely accepted that maritime safety and training standards related to crew employed on small vessels engaged in tourism activities in Thailand is currently inadequate.

There needs to be an internationally acceptable series of training standards and qualifications relevant to such activities and a career path that encourages continuous skill training and experience at sea for deckhands, engineers and captains of all vessels below 24m in registered length. Vessels above 24m are required to have all crew trained and certified under IMO standards set out under the STCW regulations and are not the subject of TYBA concern.

Our committee has focused on trying to get the government to adopt suitable standards of training and certification for the small vessel category up to 24 m for all crew, including an awareness of environmental protection issues. On May 24 2021 TYBA and Galileo Maritime Academy submitted such a seafarer training and certification proposal to the Governor of Phuket whereby all relevant crew in Phuket would receive such training in conjunction with the PPAO during the quiet period up to the end of 2021. This would be funded from the budget provided to the Phuket Governor from central government for the purpose of funding projects that would encourage the safe return of international tourists to Phuket.

This initiative could also be adopted by other provinces or adopted by the Marine Department on a national basis.

The proposal was well received by the Phuket Governor and was forwarded to Phuket Marine Department for comment and action. Given the preoccupation by MD on Covid 19 and SHA actions this has yet to be dealt with by MD, although a subsequent meeting and follow ups by TYBA have resulted in some progress of consideration, but no conclusions as yet.

It is estimated that the proposal would cover between 300 and 700 Phuket crew members but the actual number of crew employed in this category of vessel in Phuket is not known.

TYBA is now considering the adoption of a career path of proficiency qualifications for Thai small vessel crew that will enable them to progress from entry level deckhand, engineer etc. up to captain and then to commercial and superyacht careers at sea, dovetailing into the STCW proficiency qualifications under IMO.

Irrespective of whether the government, provincial or national, adopts the TYBA proposed set of training standards and certifications, TYBA plans to provide its’ members with approved TYBA Certificates of Proficiency for small vessel crew and a recognised career path of proficiency qualifications.

Our committee has focused on trying to get the government to adopt suitable standards of training and certification for the small vessel category up to 24 m for all crew, including an awareness of environmental protection issues. On May 24 2021 TYBA and Galileo Maritime Academy submitted such a seafarer training and certification proposal to the Governor of Phuket whereby all relevant crew in Phuket would receive such training in conjunction with the PPAO during the quiet period up to the end of 2021. This would be funded from the budget provided to the Phuket Governor from central government for the purpose of funding projects that would encourage the safe return of international tourists to Phuket.

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Crew Training Career Progression Framework

This initiative could also be adopted by other provinces or adopted by the Marine Department on a national basis.

The proposal was well received by the Phuket Governor and was forwarded to Phuket Marine Department for comment and action. Given the preoccupation by MD on Covid 19 and SHA actions this has yet to be dealt with by MD, although a subsequent meeting and follow ups by TYBA have resulted in some progress of consideration, but no conclusions as yet.

It is estimated that the proposal would cover between 300 and 700 Phuket crew members but the actual number of crew employed in this category of vessel in Phuket is not known.

TYBA is now considering the adoption of a career path of proficiency qualifications for Thai small vessel crew that will enable them to progress from entry level deckhand, engineer etc. up to captain and then to commercial and superyacht careers at sea, dovetailing into the STCW proficiency qualifications under IMO.

Irrespective of whether the government, provincial or national, adopts the TYBA proposed set of training standards and certifications, TYBA plans to provide its’ members with approved TYBA Certificates of Proficiency for small vessel crew and a recognised career path of proficiency qualifications.

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Matthew na Nagara is the President of the Thai Yachting Business Association (TYBA)

Matthew na Nagara is the President of the Thai Yachting Business Association (TYBA). Recently we caught up with him to find out what issues the TYBA is currently focused on.

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Please tell us what issues are on the top of your agenda now

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Matthew Na Nagara at Port Takola

“First, we are working on a plan to include international yacht arrival in the Phuket Sandbox scheme. These vaccinated yachtmen will be able to arrive Phuket without quarantine but must remain in Phuket for 14 days. Their vessel must remain in port until all the 3 tests have been cleared. Then they can sail freely after that.

“We are also trying to set up a scheme that will permit overnight crew charter as part of the Phuket Sandbox. This will allow vaccinated travelers to fly in Phuket and has an option of chartering overnight that is still counted as part of the quarantine hotel stay. This chartered yacht must have a SHA+ certificate. This proposal is currently frame as the ‘Phuket Seabox’ by the diving industry. If this program is approved, charter operators will be able to offer a package that includes hotel + overnight charters. We hope that this will be a beginning of a restart for yacht charter businesses”.

How can the boating industry be better developed in Thailand?

“We need to create a better supply chain for marine products in Thailand; right now we rely heavily on imported products, but many of these parts could be produced locally. It is a shift we have to make if we want to grow as an industry. These products could serve the visiting yachties but Thailand could also act as a regional hub for these products, cutting the costs for our partners in ASEAN who are also forced to import many of these products from Western countries.

Port Takola logo“After COVID 19, we will be in a much stronger position; foreign boats can now stay up to 2.5 years. This makes it more convenient for international yachtsmen to keep their vessel in Thailand. Foreign superyachts can now obtain a charter license and provide charter service here as well. The issue regarding the collection of VAT on a vessel’s value has also resolved.  So we should start to see more foreign superyachts applying for charter licenses and provide service in Thai waters. These regulatory improvements will attract more foreign yachts and superyacht into Thai waters and have a significant impact on our industry growth in coming years. There will be more demand for services, marinas and shipyards.

“Local businesses will also gain since food and beverage provisioning on superyachts accounts for about 25% of the total charter value and charter guests spend a lot on tourism and hospitality. Superyacht crew expenditures are also significant and stimulate local and national businesses.”

How do we get more Thais interested in boating and the marine business?

“Education and access: that’s why the new Riverdale Marina being built in Pathumthani (profiled in this issue of the TYBA newsletter) is a welcome addition. It will allow a whole new group of people to experience the marina and boating lifestyle. It’s important for people to get out and experience water sports whenever they can whether it be dinghy sailing, kiteboarding, crewing on a regatta, kayaking, anything that gives them exposure to boating. The domestic market has high potential but there is a high learning curve that has to overcome.”

Bonza captures Multihull Solutions Regatta

Bonza, regatta winner

Bonza, regatta winner

Warwick Downes’ Bonza won the 2021 Multihull Solutions Regatta for the second time in four years, although in 2018 the trimaran was called Fugazi. Ironically, this year it edged out Dan Fidock’s new Fugazi (two less points) to capture the prestigious OMR Multihull Class and win the championship.

Paul Stamp has now taken over as the Southeast Asian Manager for Multihull Solutions and was graciously on hand to officially start the regatta. Andrew deBruin has moved back to the company’s new office in Brisbane where he will oversee the company’s operations in Asia.

Competitors suffered through a veritable cornucopia of climate change in the three short days experiencing everything from soft rain to hard pounding rain; no wind to heavy gusts; calm water to large swells; and sunny blue skies versus overcast grey cloud cover.

Boats lineup at the start line

Boats lineup at the start line

On the final day, due to lack of wind, PRO Simon James had the boats on the water for three hours and twenty minutes before spotting a bit of breeze and getting the sailors underway at 1:50 needing to get a race underway before his 2:30 start deadline. Unfortunately, the wind, which had been so strong the previous two days, didn’t keep and the race had to be shortened with the racing multihulls getting in one lap of the two-lap race and the other two classes just making it to the top mark for a half-lap race.

Some of the competitors were somewhat distraught having stayed up late to see England lose to Italy on penalty kicks in the UEFA Euro Cup final.

On the day, Bonza took first place in the light wind, followed by John Newnham’s Twin Sharks and Dan Fidock’s Fugazi. Team Philippines Voodoo, and Glywn Rowlands Twister 2 followed in that order. Staging the race and that order of finish allowed Bonza to capture the regatta as its lowest finish could be dropped if five races were held. Overall, the final standings in the class were Bonza, Fugazi, Voodoo, Twin Sharks and Twister 2.

Voodoo’s all Filipino crew (Jojo Tayong-helm; Alik Narag-bowman; Jun Ortiz-main trimmer; Melvin Delos Santos-jib/spin trimmer; & Jamar Cabauatan-mast man) sailed without either Hans Rahman or Ian Coulson for the first time and edged out long-time friendly rival Twin Sharks in the regatta. The charismatic crew drew the admiration of fellow competitors with the way they handled their man overboard on day one to their celebration at the final party.

The six-boat Multihull Cruising (PHC class) saw Rick Fielding’s Pulse Yellow (Mick “Octopus” Kealy & Rick “Mojo” Fielding) take top spot with Pulse Grey (Simon Boyd & Roger Cox & Steve Gorton) in second, Pulse Blue (Paul “Flatty” Baker & Mathias Bernsletter) in third and Charles Robinson’s Star Trek in fourth. Pulse Red (Rick Delaney, Apple Vimonchandr & Gregory Morozov) had a tough regatta as it couldn’t even reach the start line on the final morning, let alone the finish line, and as a result of its broken rudder on day one could only get in one race during the regatta. Bill Kane and his crew on The Sting registered but decided to sit out the regatta due to the rough weather.

Pulse Yellow captured the four-boat Pulse 600 division followed by Pulse Grey, Pulse Blue and Pulse Red in that order.

One of the Pulses sailing below the Big Buddha
One of the Pulses sailing below the Big Buddha
Voodoo_s Filipino crew
Voodoo's Filipino crew

The three-boat Racing Monohull class saw Niels Degenkolw do what he does best – win as Phoenix captured three of the five races in the division. Andrew McDermott’s Jessandra II, and its predominately female crew, gave them a good run for the money though coming in second, winning two races. The rough weather made it very hard for Martyn Henman’s Second Nature, the other boat in the class, to compete and keep up.  The standings were the same for the three-boat class when performance handicap (PHS) was factored in.

The buffet dinner and awards presentation were held at the Phuket Yacht Club with James Haste once again doing a wonderful job as Master of Ceremonies. Bt5,5000 was raised for Disabled Sailing Thailand when Alan Carwardine graciously bought a bottle of Kraken at auction.

This is the first time a monohull class has participated in the Multihull Solutions Regatta, but it makes sense as title sponsor now had a sister company, the Yacht Sales Company (TYSCo), which deals in keelboats.

This is the eighth regatta where Multihull Solutions has been the title sponsor since they started their sponsorship of the event back in 2014. The winners of the regattas are as follows:

2021 – Bonza; 2020 – Fugazi; 2019 – Phantom; 2018 – Fugazi; 2017 – Thor; 2016 – Hurricane; 2015 – Hurricane; 2014 –   Java.

And congratulations to the Phuket Yacht Club and Commodore Scott Duncanson for staging a great regatta, giving people a little fun and excitement out on the water in these dark and troublesome times.

Update on Ocean Marina’s activities

Boat on quarantine pier

Boat on quarantine pier

The Covid-19 pandemic, which is currently hitting the world, has posed some challenges to Ocean Marina Yacht Club, especially the marina, as it is used frequently by sailing enthusiasts, both local and foreign (pre-Covid) as it is convenient distance from Bangkok.

This time of the year, Ocean Marina Yacht Club traditionally would normally have several foreign yachts visiting, and the yacht charter businesses would have been very busy taking tourists to the many beautiful islands just off Pattaya beach. Since the Covid restrictions have been placed, sailing activities have slowed down but fortunately for the boat owners who wanted to sail at the gulf, there are no restrictions going out. Fortunately, with thanks to Matthew and the TYBA, the Thailand government granted permission to overseas yachts to enter Thailand, with two entry points; Pattaya, just off Ocean Marina Yacht Club and Phuket. Since November last year, Ocean Marina has welcomed on average, one boat every month since then.

 

Additionally, boat owners took advantage of this time to repair and renovate their boats. The boat building factories in the marina such as Seacat Ships, Powerplay, and Serenity are busy building new boats. Seacat Ships are building 3 new aluminum catamarans, being a 22m, which are going to be launched later this year. Powerplay are building new fiber glass catamaran.

Disinfection services

Disinfection services

During this time, Ocean Marina has taken advantage of the quiet time, by deep cleaning and upgrading the surroundings of the marina. Ocean Marina has invested in two new defibrillators (a device that gives a high-energy electric shock to the heart of someone who is in cardiac arrest). One is mounted on the front of the marina office, and the other one onboard Ocean Marina’s charter boats. Ocean Marina also began to offer disinfection services that use the best quality solution that effectively kills 99.5% of viruses and bacteria, yet safe for humans, animals, and the environment. It is available for boats, mini offices, shops, and condos at affordable rates.

Ocean Marina’s youth sailing has continued, with the Optimist sailors spending time with their dinghies on weekends, practicing and getting ready for the coming regattas in the near future. Surely a fun way for these kids to break their weariness of online learning. And of course, boat owners and sailors have regularly sailed on weekends to beat the boredom of the Covid-19 restrictions.

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Port Takola Yacht Marina & Boatyard meets all your yachting needs

Port Takola Marina

Port Takola Marina

Located just 30 nautical miles east of Phuket, Port Takola Yacht Marina & Boatyard is now in its fourth year of operation. It is a full-service marina situated between Krabi Town, and the world-renowned tourist town of Ao Nang. It offers year-round shelter with short access to many of Thailand’s finest yachting destinations.

Sebastien Caveriviere, the Marina Operations Manager, tells us the biggest boat the marina can take would be 48m with the biggest draft being 3.6-3.7m. Silver Lining, a 105footer, with a 3.6 metre draft is the deepest draft boat they’ve had so far.

It stayed for a year before moving on to do charter in Phuket. Ocean Emerald is the largest superyacht that has stayed with them. In total, Sebastien says there are 45 stern-to berths up to 40 metres LOA on the existing four- metre wide main concourse pontoon, by Marinetek (the same pontoons used on the new Phuket Yacht Haven superyacht berths). All berths will have full length fingers and extra wide concourses that maximize convenience and can accommodate a golf buggy.

A second pontoon will take another 26 berths and will be installed soon. Also available are twenty moorings (2-ton concrete blocks), for boats up to up to 18 metres LOA.
Sebastien says “the hardstand can accommodate 50 monohulls; numbers reduce a bit if there are many catamarans. The 38-ton Roodberg travel lift has a maximum draft of 2.6 metres, with no limitations on width—the slipway is 12 metres wide and 50 metres long so that it can lift boat up to 70% of the total year. The maximum length of a catamaran would be 55 feet, 60 feet for a monohull.”

Port Takola Marina

Port Takola Marina

The marina supplies 32 and 64 amp in single phase and 125 amps three phases. There’s electricity & digital water metres for all berths; a fuel dock supplying Gasohol 95 and diesel; a lounge & all day cafe with Wifi access; 24 hour security; a high pressure wash; showers & toilets; taxis to town: motorbike & car rental; and a car park. And Krabi International Airport is just a 40 minute drive away.

The marina can handle Harbor Master & Customs check-in for you and also assist you with immigration (two minutes away by dinghy). Port Takola also does customs extensions free of charge.
Recently participants in the Bay Regatta stayed two nights at the marina and they all raved about the service & hospitality they received. In particular, noting how relaxing it was to chill and hang out at the marina café.

Mooring rates starts from 7,000 THB, and there’s currently a 30% discount for wet & dry berthing, and there’s a 35% Travel Lift discount promotion.
The marina also provides comprehensive yacht services through the following contractors:

Headway Engineering (onsite):

Provides maintenance service to the marine and power generation sector (certified MTU engine technician). They also provide other engineering services such as steel, hydraulics, & air-conditioning.
Contact info:
+66 89 446 1991
e-mail: [email protected].

Modify Marine (onsite):

Antifouling, wood work, fiberglass, spray paint, steel work, engineering, and outboard services.
Contact info:
+66 87 884 6280
E-mail: [email protected].

Krabi Marine Supply (onsite):

The chandlery stocks most essential needs for maintenance & repair such as paint, rope, general hardware, cleaning products, zinc anode, safety equipment, anchors, chains & Zodiacs. They are also an official agent of Rolly Tasker Sails.
Email: [email protected] (anything they don’t have they can quickly get from Phuket).

Popeye Marine (local trade):

Antifouling, wood work, fiberglass, spray paint, steel work, engineering, rigging, and refurbishment.
Contact info:
Mob: +66 84 846 8869
E-mail: [email protected].

Krabi Engineering (local trade)

Antifouling, wood work, fiberglass, spray paint, steel work, engineering, rigging, and refurbishment.
Contact info:
Mob: +66 84 846 8869
E-mail: [email protected].

Krabi Engineering (local trade)

Mechanic, welding, hydraulics and steel work.
Contact info:
Mob: +66 95 039 9135
(The marina can also arrange for electricians, refrigeration specialists & outboard engine specialists)

For more information, please contact [email protected] or call 095 032 2525

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RPM’s Inner-Channel Dredging Project to Deliver Round-The-Clock Access for Boats up to 35 Metres

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Entrance to Royal Marine Phuket

Royal Phuket Marina has announced an exceptional THB 10 million investment to dredge the 750 metres of the Koh Kaew Canal inner channel up to the marina’s entrance, allowing 24-hour access even at low tide.

The project will ensure an inner-channel width of 20 metres, and a depth of 2.5 metres, even at the lowest tide levels, and is scheduled to be completed in October 2021, at the start of the high season.

Together with the current outer-channel dredging work by Phuket’s Marine Department, slated for completion by the end of September, the project will greatly increase the accessibility to the marina, allowing boats up to 35 metres to safely enter and exit Royal Phuket Marina around the clock.

Dredging

Dredging

This improved accessibility, coupled with the marina’s state-of-the-art and multi-award-winning facilities, strengthens Royal Phuket Marina’s position as the island’s premier marina.

The initiative comes in addition to the marina’s continuous investment in sustainability. Being the first marina to switch to renewable energy, it has recently added additional solar panels, quadrupling its previous solar-energy production.

“This latest investment reinforces our commitment to our customers and to the betterment of the island’s overall marine infrastructure. We aim to attract additional yacht and boat owners to the island, who may have previously opted for other destinations, thereby benefiting the local economy with their tourism spend. It is part of our vision to make Phuket the yachting hub of Asia, and a destination on par with any other marine destination in the world,” said Mr. Gulu Lalvani, Chairman of Royal Phuket Marina.

Introducing Sritanapat Diesel & Service

There’s a brand new TYBA member who can help you with all diesel-related problems as well as electrical wiring, injection issues and much, much, more. The family-owned business has been operating out of Phuket since 1991 and was originally called Asupon Diesel.

The company’s main services are:

  • Pump & nozzle checking
  • Diesel & common rail systems
  • Benzene & EFI systems check
  • ECU electrical wiring
  • Turbocharger repair
  • Boat & yacht repair

Sritanapat’s talented technicians are skilled in injector & pump services; Northern Light marine gensets; changeovers & the installation of the Volvo Penta D6-310 engine: modifing an electric pump to a mechanical pump: and repairing pumps in the new Yanmar Turbo 6HL-STP,

Khun Tanawat and is lovely wife Thorntamon & daughter Lily are more than willing to assist you with any questions you may have, They are happy to provide a quote for services and can usually be anywhere in the greater Phuket area within a couple hours after receiving a call for assistance.

The shop is located in Phuket Town on Thepkrasattri Road and is open every day from 8am-5pm (Tel: 080-535-5335), except Sundays.
It also imports machinery and spare parts from overseas.

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Introducing Sritanapat Diesel & Service

There’s a brand new TYBA member who can help you with all diesel-related problems as well as electrical wiring, injection issues and much, much, more. The family-owned business has been operating out of Phuket since 1991 and was originally called Asupon Diesel.

Disinfection services

Update on Ocean Marina’s activities

Most products fall between these two extremes. For example, a restaurant provides a physical good, but also provides services in the form of ambience, the setting and clearing of the table, etc.

RPM’s Inner-Channel Dredging Project to Deliver Round-The-Clock Access for Boats up to 35 Metres

And although some utilities actually deliver physical goods — like water utilities which actually deliver water — utilities are usually treated as services.

Thailand confirms “Phuket Sandbox 7+7 Extension” now in effect

Most products fall between these two extremes. For example, a restaurant provides a physical good, but also provides services in the form of ambience, the setting and clearing of the table, etc.

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