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Asia Boating Awards 2013.

Nominations for the 9th annual Asia Boating Awards will be closing on Friday, February 15th on the Asia-Pacific Boating website. Please ensure your entries are submitted before this date to be considered for this year’s awards. Individuals who nominate candidates in the 2013 Asia Boating Awards will be entitled to a 6-month (three issues) free download of the digital version of either Asia-Pacific Boating or China Boating from Apple Newsstand. The nominations form is online and accessible at

Phuket Raceweek won ‘Best Asian Regatta of the Year’ in 2011, one of only two regattas in Thailand to have won this prestigious award, and on our 10th Anniversary we would welcome your vote.

Please visit the nominations page here (. and vote Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek as your favourite Asian Regatta of the Year, but please do it today as entries close on Friday, February 15th.

Your continued support is greatly appreciated.

The top five nominees in each category, will be sent to a panel of judges for their final consideration,
yachting enthusiasts, yacht owners, yacht builders, marina operators, regatta organisers, charter companies, brokers, and designers so log on and cast your votes now.

GET INVOLVED just nominate your categories, add your name and address and press ‘submit’.

Please support The Asia Boating Awards….vote now.

This year the Asia Boating Awards will be held on March 29th at the InterContinental Sanya Resort, China, where the very best in the industry and HNWIs will be all gathered for the ultimate lifestyle show in Hainan.

For more information about the awards or the nomination process, please contact us at, or call us at +852 2165 2800.

Byron Jones
Co Organizer,
Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek.

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By David Swartzentruber      

It is commonplace in journalism to write two types of articles at the transition point between the year that has passed and the New Year. As this writer qualifies as an “old hand” in observing Thailand with a track record dating back 14 years, it is time take a shot at what may unfold in Thailand in 2011.

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