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Krabi Marina Targeting Full House

Category: Real estate, Posted:22 Dec 2012 | 06:00 am

As Phuket's marina's are already full to the brim, nearby Krabi is benefiting from the lift-off of widespread yachting activates in Phang Nga Bay.
In just one year after opening the Krabi Boat Lagoon is already looking at full occupancy by 2014.
Comments made to the Phuket Gazette by the developers say the facility which has 80 berths and 100 hardstands is already averaging 50 boats.
Expect more pressure to further expand both existing and new marinas in Greater Phuket given its step up in the maturation cycle and ability to continue to grow demand.

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Khao Lak Hotel Supply Continues To Expand

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