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Ocean Property and Siam Seaplane announce seaplane services at Ocean Marina Jomtien

by Ocean Marina Jomtien 16 May 20:39 PDT
Yacht-to-plane travel © Siam Seaplane

Ocean Property has announced a partnership with Siam Seaplane, Thailand's premier seaplane service provider. This strategic alliance heralds the launch of a unique seaplane facility at the award-winning Ocean Marina Jomtien, offering an unmatched luxury travel experience on Thailand's east coast.

Ocean Marina Jomtien is the largest marina in Southeast Asia, with 455 wet berths catering for yachts up to 75m, 100 trailer boats berths, and hardstand capacity for 30 boats. The collaboration between Ocean Marina Jomtien and Siam Seaplane is a valuable addition to the marina's comprehensive onshore and in-water facilities.

Napong Pariponpochanapisuti, Managing Director, Ocean Property, said "Ocean Marina Jomtien has always been at the forefront of providing marine services in Thailand. Collaborating with Siam Seaplane elevates this to new heights, offering our guests an extraordinary way to discover the beauty of Thailand's eastern seaboard with the utmost style and convenience."

By the end of 2024, Ocean Marina Jomtien will feature a dedicated site for seaplane water landings and takeoffs, providing swift access to luxury yacht charters, opulent stays at the Ocean Marina Resort, and expedited travel within the Chonburi area and beyond. Siam Seaplane will offer both local scenic flights and broader connections, linking Jomtien with major Thai destinations such as Bangkok, Hua Hin, Koh Chang, Koh Samui, and Phuket.

Ocean Property will have in place a purpose-built landing facility - guests will disembark inside the marina, and transfer to OP/OMJ facilities by buggy. Service for all guests, from arrival to departure, will be handled by professional on-ground teams trained by Siam Seaplane and in compliance with regulatory standards. The partnership also includes seamless boat transfers to partner resorts and hotels such as Renaissance Pattaya, InterContinental Pattaya, and Mason.

Worakanya Siripidej, CEO, Siam Seaplane said "Our new partnership with Ocean Property is a testament to Siam Seaplane's vision of transforming travel in Thailand. Our mission is to offer an unrivalled experience that begins the moment our guests take off from Ocean Marina Jomtien, and extends to every corner of the country's stunning landscapes."

This new service opens a portal to the enchanting eastern waters of Thailand. It marks a significant leap in the evolution of luxury travel, exemplifying a shared dedication to crafting seamless, lifestyle-enhancing services.

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