Southeast Asia Pilot by Andy Dowden & Bill O’Leary

Incorporating the Andaman Sea, Gulf of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia… and more

Southeast Asia Pilot by Andy Dowden & Bill O’Leary

Marina Focus : Royal Phuket Marina

Are Phuket’s most exclusive boating address

Royal Phuket Marina Royal Phuket Marina

You have managed to get yourself a weekend away on your private yacht for a dose of indulgence, fresh sea breeze, and zero stress. At the end of two days, you feel rejuvenated enough to look away from the sun setting in the distance, dock your boat at the marina, and head home.

Then, boom …. Reality bites in the form of traffic snarls, and you feel your stress level rising again.

Now imagine another situation: You have returned from your sojourn at sea and have headed into a lagoon. Instead of venturing into the chaos of the marina, you pull up at your own yacht berth that is located right at its entrance. You alight onto your own grounds, with your butler holding out fresh coconut water, walk past a pool and head into your house for a shower. From the window, you can see the boat bobbing in the moonlit waters, your captain cleaning her up, making sure she is ready for her next journey.

The prestigious 5-bedroom Royal Villas are the only luxury homes in Phuket offering such seamless convenience – and rightly regarded as the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ of Royal Phuket Marina.

With interiors of 748 sqm and a total living area of 1,058 sqm, the elite collection of sumptuous waterfront estates sets a new benchmark for luxury lifestyle marina living in Thailand’s ‘Land of Smiles’.

Royal Phuket Marina
The ground floor of 378 sqm is light, airy and wide open, yet warm and inviting, centred round a spacious living and dining room for entertaining family and friends. Completing the ground floor, the Master Bedroom Suite is luxurious and tranquil.
Royal Phuket Marina

The adjoining ‘family room’ is in a nautical colour scheme of crisp whites and blues, leading directly onto an expansive 20m private swimming pool with in-pool Jacuzzi.

On the second floor are three ensuite bedrooms with large balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows, opening to a Jacuzzi area, which are ideal for children and guests.

They include the romantic Cabana Bedroom Suite, with its own private roof cabana, providing a secluded oasis for relaxation. The four-poster cabana houses two daybeds, with sheer drapes both overhead and around for comfort and privacy. Tall reed grass around the rooftop periphery acts as a natural border and tropical plants add lushness.

The third floor of 125sqm features the sublime Spa Bedroom Suite, opening onto its own private rooftop Jacuzzi and terrace with sweeping marina views. This accommodation is a study in relaxed living, stripping away the conventional formality of bedrooms, with elongated overhead cotton panels softening the ceiling.

Royal Phuket Marina

Its indoor spa features a free standing spa bath, on tiles of earthy brown adding a touch of sleek sophistication. The spa is complemented by a multi-person steam room with curved glass double rain shower.

Royal Phuket Marina is far from the madding crowds on Phuket’s east coast, yet a hub for fashionable regattas, parties and cocktails, with its Fisherman’s Wharf of cafes, bars and restaurants one of the island’s most chic venues.

As the marina’s developer Gulu Lalvani puts it: “If there is paradise on Earth, this is it.”

Royal Phuket Marina
The Royal Phuket Marina

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E. salesroyalphuketmarina.com
T. +66 (0) 84 990 9009

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Thailand’s only luxury villa with a private
23 metre direct access yacht berth

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