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First ferry from Pattaya safely arrives in Hua Hin

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7 hours ago, smew said:

: SMPLE  and elementary deduction:  a single test is not an engineeringly valid test//

 . And already the teething problems are manifesting themselves 

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ID: 102   Posted (edited)

I would really love to see a service across the Gulf that answered a real need not some half-hearted suck it see attempt  that disappears beneath the  waves like all previous efforts.

In the end it may require a government subsidy  to provide a vehicle/freight service that will take some of the traffic off the Kanchanaprisek bridge...a service that may even stretch further than Hua Hin

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On ‎8‎/‎01‎/‎2017 at 4:29 AM, rhythmworx said:

 

After stopping at 7/11 yes.

So you drink and drive?

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Is this boat full everyday ? And can we book online ? Thanks.

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On 1/6/2017 at 8:39 AM, Sooo Upto Me said:

Something good an newsworthy has just happened for Pattaya & Hua Hin but yet u still get moaners on here who just hav to try & find faults with it.

 

It is not just Hua Hin and Pattaya that will benefit. There are many people here in Songkhla with businesses and family ties on the eastern. This will turn a two-day driving nightmare into something much more bearable for many people.

 

I understand there are a lot of people who say it won't work, so let's just wait and see.

 

The failure of many new transport links/services here in Thailand is the failure of providers to make the public aware of them...The Haad Yai-Phuket service by Nok Air comes to mind.

 

As far as I am concerned anything that makes travel around Thailand more convenient (without the need to transit in the Great Mango-opolis) is more than welcome.

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The topic headline says it all:

 

First ferry from Pattaya safely arrives in Hua Hin

 

Sort of like , live puppies for sale, as if you would buy dead puppies

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2 hours ago, phuketsub said:

The failure of many new transport links/services here in Thailand is the failure of providers to make the public aware of them...The Haad Yai-Phuket service by Nok Air comes to mind.

 

 

Probably that, yes, and also, the misc. failures to run safe, reliable, competent services that don't end up sinking, blowing up, catching fire, hitting another boat, or otherwise dumping their customers into the ocean.

 

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