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Phuket's Boat Lagoon Developer Opens Krabi Marina

Category: Tourism, Posted:28 Dec 2011 | 06:00 am

Leading Phuket businessman Kanit Yongsakul has opened a second marina; this one in Krabi.
With 80 berths, a hard stand for a hundred craft, and six premium covered slots, the Krabi Boat Lagoon is fifteen minutes from the international airport.
A soft opening has been held with 22 yachts from Singapore and Malaysia making the trip to Thailand.
Next up is a low rise resort condominium project called "The Cleat" with 60 fully furnished one and two bedroom units priced from THB2.9 million.
Kanit has been a leading figure in the island's marine industry for a number of years.

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