VIDEO: Experience the Asia Superyacht Rendezvous

The Asia Superyacht Rendezvous unites an extensive range of sail and motor yachts measuring over 30 metres for a spectacular calendar of racing and social events enjoyed by an exclusive guest list. The 15th edition will take place from 16 to 18 December 2015.

As well as networking with other yacht owners, the show provides a prime opportunity for superyacht Captains and their crews to become more knowledgeable about Phuket and Thailand as a cruising area for future vacations. The areas surrounding Kata Bay are renowned for offering something for everyone, from those looking to soak up the sunshine to absorbing the local culture. 

Attended by industry members across the globe, the event features a 'Feadship Challenge' race, as the Dutch shipyard is one of the event's most long-standing sponsors.

The rise in popularity to the Asia Superyacht Rendezvous confirms Asia rise to a yachting hub, boasting exceptional privacy and hospitability. 

For information about renting a superyacht for the Asia Superyacht Rendezvous 2015 or any charter event, please contact your preferred yacht charter broker

Alternatively, simple browse the range of luxury yachts available for charter in Thailand to compare the size, style and amenities of vessels you can rent here. 

...the show provides a prime opportunity for superyacht Captains and their crews to become more knowledgeable about Phuket and Thailand as a cruising area...

thailand PHOTO TOUR (28 Pictures)

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	The iconic long-tailed boats of Thailand, known as Ruea Hang Yao in Thai, can reach an incredible 30m in length. Each one unique, these charming boats can range from being traditional in style to newer, more creatively designed and feature improved engineering.</p>
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	Now frequently used to transport visitors to Thailand, they also partake in popular competitions where long-tails boats race through the aquamarine blue waters surrounding provinces. Adding some quaint charm to you luxury yacht charter in <a href="/south-east-asia-yacht-charters-391.htm">South East Asia</a>, don&#39;t miss out on seeing famous long-tail boats here.&nbsp;</p>
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	Wat Mahathat was known as the &ldquo;mystical and spiritual centre&rdquo; of the kingdom that once stood in this part of Sukothai. Located in Ayutthaya, its excellently maintained temple sits on the corner of Chikun Road and Naresuan Road and was once surrounded by canals and moats.&nbsp;</p>
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	The headquarters of Thailand&#39;s largest monastic order, Wat Mahathat exudes history as you wander around the towering structures. Travel here around 2pm or 3pm onwards to enjoy the spectacular sight of the sun setting over the ruins.&nbsp;</p>
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	Thailand may have a vibrant and traditional culture on land, but the some argue the true experience of Thailand lies within its distinctively clear, warm blue waters.</p>
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	Dives from main land areas such as Ko Samui on the east coast and Hin Daeng on the west coast are popular sites for good reason.&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 12px;">Delve a little further into the majestic blue on the west coast, just south of Myanmar to reach the spectacular sites of the Surin and Similans.&nbsp;</span></p>
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	On a Thailand yacht charter you can enjoy sea temperatures that peak between an enjoyable 29<span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;to 31&deg;C and are at the coldest between</span><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;an agreeable 27 and 29&deg;C.&nbsp;</span></p>
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	A significant effort is being made to protect sea turtles around the Phuket area, so divers can continue to meet these gentle creatures of the ocean on a Thailand yacht charter vacation. Islands Koh Phra Thon and Koh Kao are leading the effort to research and education to ensure the country has a healthy turtle population.&nbsp;</p>
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	Turtles can be seen laying eggs on uninhabited beaches and in the surrounding areas of the Phuket Aquarium and Marine Biological Centre. The best locations to see hawksbill and green turtles underwater are Similan and Surin Islands National Parks, where turtles can be spotted swimming shallow reefs at dive sites such as East of Eden or at great depths at sites like Elephant Head. With a luxury superyacht equipped with state-of-the-art diving gear, there is no limit to your Thai adventure!&nbsp;</p>
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