To mark the celebration of His Majesty the King’s 84th birthday the Jet-Ski King’s Cup-World Cup Grand Prix will be returning to Pattaya this year after making a detour to Phitsanulok Province in 2010.
A meeting chaired by Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh was held at City Hall earlier this month to discuss preparations for the event, which is once again expected to draw a large field of local and international racers and gain exposure on overseas TV outlets.
Jet-Ski King’s Cup returning to Pattaya this year.
The competition will be held from December 1-4 at Jomtien Beach and organizers are pulling out all the stops to make this the premier Grand Slam event on the international jet-ski calendar.
Subjects covered at the meeting included logistical affairs and health and safety for the competing racers. In co-operation with the Jet-ski Association of Thailand, rescue boats will be lined up along the entire section of beach where the racing is to take place and the local police have been requested to handle traffic and crowd control matters.