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ALL ABOUT ROYAL PHUKET MARINA
WHAT IS ROYAL PHUKET MARINA?
Phuket's award winning state-of-the-art marina is the 'paradise' island's premier lifestyle destination. It is devoted to sailing, sports and leisure, with luxury residences and shopping facilities set amidst landscaped parks and gardens.
Phase 2 - will launch in spring 2007 and entail 15 four-storey Aquaminium condos, with private internal boat garages for the penthouses and private moorings on the doorstep of the two duplex condominiums.
The Boardwalk at RPM is where we shop, dine and live at leisure. Enjoy gourmet restaurants, browse specialty stores and shop for marina and boating necessities, water sports equipment and home décor
Hospitals: Bangkok Phuket Hospital, Mission Hospital / Golf: Blue Canyon, Phuket Country Club, Banyan Tree / Schools: British (Curriculum) International School / Shopping: Tesco Lotus, Big C, Macro, Index, Central Festival
Each berth offers electricity and fresh water, broadband Internet, telephone lines and cable TV. At the fuel dock, boats are provided with diesel and unleaded petrol, as well as sewage removal.
WHERE IS ROYAL PHUKET MARINA LOCATED?
Strategically located on the centre of Phuket's eastern seaboard, RPM is the gateway to Thailand's famous Phang Nga Bay and its many island paradises, with the top island amenities all in easy reach.
Gulu Lalvani, founder and chairman of Binatone Telecom Group, the world's second largest manufacturer of digital cordless phones. His vision is to create a first-class marina and lifestyle hub on par with the best in the world.
A. 3 to 4 meters at low tide.
A. We have a concrete pontoon system with timber whalers and our marina is built under the guidelines of Australian Standard AS 3962-2001.
A. 30, 25, 20, 18, 15, 12 and 10 meters.
A. Our Hardstand is suitable for all sorts of major refits.
A. Local 308 is the general chart and there are other detailed ones for specific areas.
A. May to October
A. Phang Nga (James Bond) 30 kilometers, 40 minutes; Phi Phi Island 72 kilometers, 90 minutes; Krabi 80 kilometers, 2 hours.
A. 900 kilometers
A. Port Dickson, Port Kelang, Lemut, Penang, Langkawi.
Q. What are the formalities required to bring her inside Thai waters and keep her there for several years ?
A. All foreign owned boats must register on entering Thailand. The pier at Ao Chalong is a one-stop check-in/check-out service. Officials of Customs, Immigration, and harbor are all located in the same building.
Boats may stay in Thailand for a maximum period of six months or for one year if berthed in a marina. This can be extended for another six months, and then for a further six months up, to a maximum of two years.
If the boat is staying longer it has to be permanently imported into Thailand. �There are no import taxes or guarantees to pay for the temporary importation of a boat to Thailand as the Thai government is keen to develop the yachting industry. However a 7% VAT is still payable.
A. Boat's registration papers, Passports of crew & passengers, Visa, Customs declaration, Port Clearance papers from last port of call.
A. Harbour or Marine Department is responsible for all licenses regarding ownership and operation of boats in Thailand.
All boats in Thai waters need to be under the control of a suitably qualified individual, holding a license for the appropriate size of vessel. For those boats staying in Thai waters for less than six months, a foreign sailing license is generally considered adequate as long as it is suitable for the size of vessel.
A. If you do not have Thai flag, it is not possible to charter your boat in Thailand. Only boats that have a Thai registration can do that.
A. To operate a commercial boat under Thai flag, a Thai Vessel Registration Certificate and Thai Boating License are necessary. Apply to Marine Department to carry out the necessary paperwork and also remember that you need to annually renew the Thai Boating License.
A. Contact Phuket Marine Office to apply for a Thai skipper certificate and have the following with you:
- Your Passport
- Letter of residency from the immigration Bureau or the person�s Embassy in Thailand
- Three two-inch photos of yourself
- A medical certificate verifying that you are fit to skipper a boat
- A certificate to show that you have two years of experience or more as captain of a yacht
If you have an existing master certificate from another country, you should take it with you for the officers to look at. It may be possible to transfer a foreign sailing license without sitting a test. Therefore all papers verifying past experience should be brought to the Harbour Office for consideration.
If a test is deemed necessary, then you may still be able to get a Thai license by passing a test. Note that although some of the papers may be in English, it may nevertheless be advisable to bring a translator to the exam.
A. Check out with Customs, Immigrations and Harbour Department.
It is always advisable to verify the latest rules and regulations which you should be able to find a great deal of information about following the links provided below.
Harbour Department Phuket Office
Details of Thai Rules & Regulations regarding navigation & ports, please visit the following websites in English
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Royal Phuket Marina
68 Moo 2, Thepkasattri Rd.,
Kohkaew, Muang, Phuket 83200 Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)76 360 811 - 4
Fax: +66 (0)76 360 815