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ThaiTanic – the new and completely unique floating bar moored at Bophut

Bophut, once a sleepy fishermen’s village of wooden Chinese style homes, has evolved into a vibrant oceanfront parade of shops, restaurants and bars popular with tourist and residents of the island alike.

Thaitanic 1Many people have enjoyed a fabulous view of the ocean while enjoying a cocktail or a cold beer, but today it is now possible to enjoy a view of Bophut from the ocean while sipping your refreshing beverage thanks to the latest addition to the strip, the ThaiTanic!

The ThaiTanic Bar is the brainchild of Samui legend Peter Snelson, the man who brought the floating bars Zanzibar, Oceania and Mojito Island to our shores.

Moored at the Wharf end of Bophut Beach the ThaiTanic is nothing if not unique. This stylish floating bar is chic, fun, and quirky and offers spectacular view of the bay as the moon dances on the ocean and the lights of the pretty beach restaurants twinkle along the shoreline.

ThaitanicFriendly and relaxing with comfortable furniture and bean bags, there really is no better way to enjoy a refreshing beverage, funky tunes and the tropical breeze than from this floating tropical version of a very famous boat. Here you can honor those who were aboard the historical vessel while enjoying memorable moments in paradise.

Your host, the bar’s creator Peter, will keep you entertained with his lively and sometimes mischievous banter. A long term Samui resident Peter has an endless repertoire of fun and interesting anecdotes of island life and will undoubtedly leave you with lasting memories of your visit to his latest incredible floating creation.

No trip to Bophut should be complete without hopping on board, safe in the knowledge that this ThaiTanic will certainly not sink.

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