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Posted: 07 Feb 2014 | 6:00 am
Good news for two of Phuket's largest marinas is that Royal Phuket Marina and Boat Lagoon may be allowed to dredge channels to increase access to the two facilities.
Both marinas are hampered by the limitation of tidal fluctuations which impair access at low tide.
Final approval is pending according to a media report in online news site Phuketwan.com, but the development is a positive shift by the government authority.
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