Yachts gather for ‘Docktails’ in Phuket
Almost 20 yachts attended the first Docktails event at Royal Phuket Marina, which was organised in collaboration with Asia Global Yachting.
Royal Phuket Marina hosted the first Docktails evening in collaboration with Asia Global Yachting, which helped organise a lively event supported by YACHT STYLE and Luxuo.com.
The event featured 19 yachts ranging from motor yachts from the likes of Riva, Sunseeker, Princess and Monte Carlo Yachts to large and small sailboats, powercats and RIBS.
Held on Docks C and D on Saturday, March 19, Docktails kicked off at 5pm and continued long into the evening, as boat owners and friends enjoyed sunset cocktails and food with music by DJ Chozie.
Yachts included the 89ft Italy-built Moon Glider, 76ft Taiwan-built Olympia, Princess 75 Sanook, 70ft Riva Aria Blue, MCY 70 Darling, Sunseeker Manhattan 63 and 60 models Fara and Maikhao Dream, and Harmony, a Marquis 500 Sport Coupe.
Other yachts included a Jeanneau 57, the Leopard 43 Powercat Estrella, Prince 38 Sports Cabin Tiger Lily, a 33ft Capelli Tempest 1000 RIB, the houseboat Voyager, along with Amba, Benjo, Estelle, Jitlada, Malibu and the elegant Semiramis.
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