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PIMEX 2007 - the biggest boat show in Asia

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With only three weeks to this fifth year of the PIMEX Show in Phuket, the Exhibition Hall is now virtually sold out. A few spaces are left in the in water display but with 35 yachts already confirmed.they are expected to be filled.

Over seventy exhibitors and over one hundred brands make PIMEX the biggest Boat Show in Asia.

PIMEX 2007 held its press conference at TAT headquarters in Bangkok on 24th October featuring speakers from TAT, Sports Authority of Thailand, The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau, PIMEX organisers and Royal Phuket Marina.The conference was a success with over 35 print media and four TV stations attending.

A new feature on the website is the products page showing some yachts that will be at Pimex on display. Check out www.phuketboatshow.com and see some of the new hot products arriving in Phuket.

All the indications are for a great show with several thousand exhibitors and visitors coming from all points internationally.

PIMEX is officially supported by the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Board, the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the Ministry of Sport and Tourism.

Adding a touch of drama and excitement, the inaugural Phuket International Dragon Boat Challenge Cup will take place in the marina basin during the show. Targeting up to 42 teams of 16 to compete in heats leading to the Grand Final, the winner will be sponsored to enter the Dragon Boat World Championships in Penang in Summer 2008. For more information visit www.phuketdragonboat.com

Other fun activities will be staged on site during the four days of the show. Street music on the boardwalk, kiddies games and four fine restaurants all offering special fare for the show. It will be a great day out for serious buyers and families alike. Entry is free and all are welcome..

Whether interested in boating or simply curious about how Phuket has become one of the most sought after luxury destinations in the world, visiting Royal Phuket Marina and PIMEX will be a must during the second week of December!

To book space at PIMEX 2007 info@phuketboatshow.com

For more information, visit www.phuketboatshow.com or email info@phuketboatshow.com

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