Geisha is a Long Liner that was built in 2002 at Fuzhou shipyard China, for tuna fishing in Australia. 
In 2004, a French couple, Eric and Marie Poisson, bought Geisha at a Brisbane auction in Australia after the bankruptcy of Fichery, the company that owned the ship. They converted Geisha from a long-liner to a private yacht at North Shipyard in Singapore in 2004-2005. 
From 2006 to 2008, they sailed in Myanmar, Thailand, and the Andaman Islands. 
In 2007-2008, they extended Geisha by 10 meters in the middle and did a full refit at Panuted Ltd Shipyard in Singapore, with the help of  Navnautik Architecture firm in Singapore. 
2008 to 2014, they explored 11 countries in Southeast Asia, covering 160,000 miles, which is equal to circling the earth twice.
2014 to 2017, they stayed in Thailand, docking Geisha on the Chao Phya River in the heart of Bangkok. 
2017 to 2023, they sailed around the islands of Koh Chang and Koh Kood abd Koh Samui.
In 2021-2022, they extended the rear of the ship and did a complete interior and exterior refit at the LaemGnop shipyard, under the technical supervision of K. Lek. 
In 2023, they based Geisha in Laemngop Trat during the rainy SW monsoon, and sailed around Koh Chang archipelago during the dry NE monsoon.

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