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Old 02-26-2009, 06:12 AM
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1. I guess 100$ per day gives 36,500 per year, not 365,000?
2. I think You've never owned a boat. Marina charges from visitors/temporary stay is much higher.
Yep, sorry, looking at the screen through beer gogles. Local quality Marina here in aus are around $500/ month for 11m cat. I suspect the far east sailor rip off is in full swing in thailand.


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Old 02-26-2009, 06:45 AM
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If you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth!

The summary of this (and another popular) thread:

If you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth.
If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.
Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels
(1897 – 1945)
(Adolf Hitler's Propaganda Minister in Nazi Germany).
This quote well describes the 'claims' and 'questions' of anonymous posters...
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Old 02-26-2009, 07:28 AM
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1. I guess 100$ per day gives 36,500 per year, not 365,000?
2. I think You've never owned a boat. Marina charges from visitors/temporary stay is much higher.
Unfortunately is a real number . Temporary is very expensive and about 3,200 THB / day , just less then 100 US$ . More VAT . More water and electric . There is a fix charge on these as well .

If paying 2,000 US$ for the membership of the boat , can get a discount of 40 or 50 % , i don't remember exactly . If pay one year in advance then there is a discount of 1 month and so on .

Other discounts are foreseen for the owners of the apartments . But unfortunately the charges are very high , even if compared with Phuket .

Only Marina in Pattaya . Little choices , high prices . This is the equation .
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Old 02-26-2009, 07:41 AM
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Yep, sorry, looking at the screen through beer gogles. Local quality Marina here in aus are around $500/ month for 11m cat. I suspect the far east sailor rip off is in full swing in thailand.
Marina charges are higher ; a Mercedes S 500 costs 500,000 US$ in Thailand .

Cigarettes are cheap . Beer is cheap . Gas is cheap . A boatboy for your boat is only 200 US$ a month . A maid in house is the same amount .

A good Tiki 38 is only 165,000 US$ . In Australia would cost 300,000 US$ .

I suspect you don't know what you are saying ; offending a country without knowing just nothing of it ...i have then been ripped off many times in your country , what should i say ?. As i paid for a shity hotel 150 US$/night . In Thailand a better one costs 50 US$
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Old 02-27-2009, 03:40 AM
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Ocean Marina is a good marina, but not so cheap, and also very full now, so they quite expensive...actually to keep the boat on the hard there is quite cheap, maybe only $500-$1000 USD a month I think.
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Old 02-28-2009, 11:59 PM
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Hello All,

I am looking for information on building a new sailing catamaran in Thailand.

Can I recieve information from people who have built catamarans in Thailand.

Thanks
Swabber
What sort of cat??
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:14 AM
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What sort of cat??
any kind is ok , anyway he will never buy
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Old 03-01-2009, 09:53 AM
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I suspect you don't know what you are saying ; offending a country without knowing just nothing of it ...
A 100$ rate per day is a rip off...........no matter where it happens......period.
By comparison, my annual rate for a 27 meter berth in the newest and most luxury Marina in Germany is 4.750€!
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Old 03-01-2009, 12:03 PM
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A 100$ rate per day is a rip off...........no matter where it happens......period.
By comparison, my annual rate for a 27 meter berth in the newest and most luxury Marina in Germany is 4.750€!
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Ok , please say which is the Marina - newest and luxuriest - in Germany , you pay 395 Euros a month for an 88 foot , so a huge 4.5 Euros/foot .

Name and address please . I got the telephone and i can check , in case move some boats overthere

In Italy in the cheapest and shity place i know , we are talking of 3,000 Euros/month .

An 88' ......

In Genova costs 300 euros a month to park a car .
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Old 03-01-2009, 12:25 PM
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just checked

I just checked in the UK . for an 88' it is very difficult to find a mooring , unless you got one -purchased - .

Anyway they asked 80 pounds/meter . 2,160 pounds/month for a 27 meters .

===

So then :

80 pounds/meter is 3,920 Baht / meter / month .

Now the Tiki 38 is 12 meters ( about , but calculated 12 meters by the Marina authorities )


Then would be 47,920 Thai Baht / month , but the catamaran pays double so then 94,080 Thai Baht / month .

So then divided into 30 days : 3,136 Baht/day . More some extra charges and the taxes .

Exactly as in Thailand .

Numbers .... no words .
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Old 03-01-2009, 01:19 PM
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Name and address please . I got the telephone and i can check , in case move some boats overthere
Sorry, completely booked!
In Genova costs 300 euros a month to park a car . I said Germany, not Genova.
Cool down mate and rethink your behaviour. Before you compare apples and oranges, do a serious investigation and do´nt look in GB to compare with D.
So, if you improve your manners, and request for information instead of query someones statements, I might give you the name of my marina.
And to make the list a bit longer:
72ft in Istanbuls best marina is 11.000€ p.a.
152ft during F1 week in Port Hercule, Monte Carlo, is (due to a wellknown disadvantage) 850$ day.
So, 100$ for a 12m boat in a country with possible wages below 200$ / month is a rip off.period
BTW 88ft berth does´nt mean 88ft boat, the boat is a 72ft only, but berthed side to.
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Old 03-01-2009, 07:49 PM
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There is only one marina in Pattaya area and prices are quite high. It costed me 600$ for 3 days for 87' multi few years ago. Marina is full and they do not really welcome visiting yachts. For members and long-term stay prices are very different.

So what are You trying to prove? Send inquiry to the marina about parking fee, before making childish noise in the forum.
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Old 03-01-2009, 08:03 PM
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So what are You trying to prove? Send inquiry to the marina about parking fee, before making childish noise in the forum.
To which marina shall I send my enquiry? Childish noise? I argued about a marina rate.
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I argued about a marina rate.
Its Ocean Marina. You can argue about rate with marina management. Tell them they are ripping-off visiting boats!


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Old 03-01-2009, 09:50 PM
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Cool down mate and rethink your behaviour. Before you compare apples and oranges, do a serious investigation and do´nt look in GB to compare with D.
So, if you improve your manners, and request for information instead of query someones statements, I might give you the name of my marina.
And to make the list a bit longer:
72ft in Istanbuls best marina is 11.000€ p.a.
152ft during F1 week in Port Hercule, Monte Carlo, is (due to a wellknown disadvantage) 850$ day.
So, 100$ for a 12m boat in a country with possible wages below 200$ / month is a rip off.period
BTW 88ft berth does´nt mean 88ft boat, the boat is a 72ft only, but berthed side to.
ok , so we don't have the name of the cheap Marina of Germany

i don't know why , but i suspected this would have happened .

About the other places , please notice that i am not born in Thailand but in Genova and worked for years in Monte Carlo Monaco . a 152' pays 850 US$ during the F1 .... this is the ******** of the year . I worked there , main harbour and in Fontvieille , i worked on the Poupeti in the main harbor just opposite the swimming pool ; i lived aboard in Monaco for 3 months .

so you know how much pay a visitor in Monaco ?? ( For a 152' some Saudi Arabians probably pay 10,000 US$ just as a gift to the Harbor Master , as it is booked 3 years in advance ) . ANYWAY the first nigh costs 1 Euro .
This is called welcome pier , for yachts to rest one night .

Your datas are based on fantasy .

I said Genova and not Germany . Genova is my home town
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