Dong Feiyue, 30, and Zhang Tao, 29, were killed when the speedboat in which they were riding with other visitors slammed into another boat on August 28.
The driver of the speedboat, who was among eight people injured, has been charged with reckless behavior and remains in police custody.
Tourism and Sport Minister Somsak Pureesrisak appears to be determined to increase the responsiblity of those involved in Thailand's tourism industry, especially at sea.
According to Khaosod news online, the Ministry has spent 14 million baht on officials training in France for the Tourism Court, which will open on December 5, HM The King's birthday.
Concern has been mounting following a number of deaths and clear signs that poorly trained speedboat ''captains'' are inclined at times to play cowboys.
On Phuket, a Chinese tourist was killed last year and three others were injured when a careless ''captain'' slung a trailing banana boat into the side of an anchored speedboat.
The driver was fined and briefly suspended.
Earlier, a Russian man narrowly escaped death when he dived under a speedboat at a Phuket beach and suffered a propeller slice to a leg.
A Phuket marine official, who failed to even reprimand the speedboat captain, described such incidents as ''natural.''