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Phuket Boat Lagoon marina will expand its hardstand facilities.  With the new 120-ton travel lift, to arrive in August 2017, boats of larger capacity,  up to 32m, will be able to be lifted. All Hardstand services will be suspended until end of August 2017 as the travel lift bay will be lengthened. Information provided by Kay Monney and […]

The Grow Boating Industry Night in Phuket is set to expand island wide with location changing each month. Following on from the initiative introduced by the Royal Phuket Marina, the monthly get together will be held at different venues across the island. ‘Grow Boating’ is a monthly gathering of everyone and anyone in Thailand’s marine […]

Northrop and Johnson (Thailand) Moves Office Northrop and Johnson (Thailand) has moved office.  Now located on the board walk, in the heart of the marina, at # 20/12 Phuket Boat Lagoon, Northrop and Johnson is ready to receive visitors. The office telephone number has remained the same: T 076 239 679.   Published by Northrop & Johnson Asia. Contact […]

With the recent expansion and market development plans of Torqeedo in Asia, it was announced that ASAP Marine Trading Co., Ltd. has been appointed as the Distributor for Torqeedo Motors in Thailand effective as of the 1st of June 2017. “After careful evaluation and consideration we found that the expertise and services already provided by […]

While representing TMBA, as Marina Manager of Phuket Yacht Haven, during the April 2017 Singapore Yacht Show, Zara Tremlett received her Certified Marina Manager certificate from the Global Marina Institute. This certification is the culmination of years of hands on work, overseas courses with the Marina Industry Association (Australia) and finally a personal report, meeting […]

Northrop and Johnson’s new Sales Broker, Antoine (Toine) Kokke, was born and raised in The Netherlands. He started a career at sea by joining the Dutch Navy.  In 2000, Toine moved to Phuket where he has resided ever since. For many years, Toine worked in the diving industry as PADI instructor and live-aboard cruise director. He also worked as sales manager for […]

“Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a deadly gas which you can’t see, smell or taste”. As part of a safety awareness initiative, AMS will now be monitoring CO levels during sea trials. Each year people die or are made seriously ill from CO poisoning on boats. CO inhaled into your lungs cuts off the oxygen supply […]

24 March 2017, by Zara Tremlett and Anthony Gould   OBJECTIVE:   To Promote & Improve Safety Standards (refer for detailss to the TMBA Objectives)  We have held meetings in Bangkok and in Phuket with Marine Department to develop a training programme for Captains and Crew of Thai commercial vessels engaged in the marine tourist industry […]

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