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Marina opens in Gulf of Thailand

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Siam Royal View has added marina facilities to its Koh Chang resort, opening the eastern part of Thailand’s gulf.

One of only two professional marinas in the Gulf of Thailand, it is tucked behind a bend in the Klong Son River, which provides natural protection in any kind of weather.

Facilities include 75 slips for yachts up to 30m, access to a 110m private pier, maintenance services, electricity and water, dry berth storage for smaller boats and personal watercraft, 24-hour security, bar and restaurant, swimming pools and beaches, and access to Siam Royal View Beach Club & Restaurant, Golf Club and other facilities. A fuel dock and suction station are in development.

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