Samui Regatta kicks off May 26

Samui Regatta kicks off May 26

Asian Yachting Grand Prix Championship finishes this month in Samui.

By Tanutam Thawan

 

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From May 26-June 2, the Samui Regatta is on at the Centara Grand Beach Resort Samui in the waters off the island’s Chaweng Beach. It’s the final event in the annual Asian Yachting Grand Prix Championship.

 

Now in its 17th year, the Samui Regatta has been hosted by Centara Grand Beach Resort Koh Samui since its inception. Each year, a fleet of yachts head to Koh Samui, arriving with crew to experience some world-class sailing and enjoy the island’s social scene.

 

“We’re proud to be the host of this international event as we welcome visitors from around the globe to enjoy our facilities and stunning island environment,” says Voytek Klasicki, General Manager Centara Grand Samui Beach Resort.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/samui-regatta-kicks-off-may-26

 
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