MARINE DIRECTORY ASIA – Asia’s #1 Marine Business Directory

Marine Directory Asia connects Yacht Owners, Managers & Marine Businesses.  View this email in your browser Connecting Yacht Owners, Managers & Marine Businesses Find the Marine Business you need; in your location at + 760 Marine Business Listings + 60 Marine Categories + 20 Cruising Regions Find what you need! Marine Directory Asia is the largest and most up to date online marine data base in Asia. Encompassing all of Asia, Marine Directory Asia includes more than 760 marine business listings searchable by over 60 marine categories and more than 20 cruising regions within Asia. Yacht Owners & Managers find the Marine Business they need, in their location at Marine Directory Asia. Who is using Marine Directory Asia? Yacht Owners Superyacht Captains Yacht Managers Cruising Yachties People looking to purchase a yacht Cruising Rally Participants Marine Businesses The Yachting Community. Anyone with an interest in the marine industry. Who’s recently taken

Marine Directory Asia – A useful resource

———- Forwarded message ———-From: “Anthony Gates (MDA)” Date: Oct 21, 2017 3:54 PMSubject: Marine Directory AsiaTo: Cc: Dear Roger, My wife and myself sailed to Asia aboard our yacht in 2004 and we are still here. Recently we developed an online Marine Directory for Asia. Our aim is to assist Cruising Yachties like yourself find the Marine Business you need; in your location. Feel free to check it out  Currently we have +770 Marine Business Listing in Asia searchable by:+60 Marine Categories+20 Cruising Regions. If you can recommend a marine business we have missed please let us know. Also please feel free to spread the word about Marine Directory Asia to other cruising yachties. Attached is our flyer. Wishing you fair winds and safe passage. Kind Regards,Anthony GatesMarine Directory Asia (MDA) M : +66 (0)81 893 9985E : anthony@mda-media.comW : http://www.mda-media.comMailing Address : 124/598 Moo.5,T. Rassada, A. Muang, Phuket 83000Thailand

The Wall Street Journal – Asia

When I first worked on Wall Street in the early 70 s the Wall Street Journal was the financial newspaper and little else. The New York Times was actually a respected source of information. Their motto was “All the news that s fit to print.” I spent many a Sunday reading the Times. Over the years the Times has become a joke. Their new motto seems to be “All the news that fits our point of view.” I find it painful to read. On the other hand the Wall Street Journal has become a true international newspaper. This (finally) brings me to my point. Since I read the Journal online and since it is published in several editions I find myself reading papers with different emphasis as I travel around the world. Since I am in Brisbane my web browser opens the Asia edition but gives me access to all the editions. It has an interesting shift of focus compared to the U.S. edition. You might enjoy an afternoon browsing the different editions. Fair winds and following seas 🙂