Today, April 7, 2016, starts the 6’th edition of Singapore Yacht Show, an event already presented on this blog two years ago. The basics are the same, the location is the same, only the times are significantly changing around us all. “Held at the award-winning ONE°15 Marina Club, this exclusive event epitomizes luxury lifestyle, bringing together world-class yachts, glamorous parties, high-end entertaining, and an enviable range of prestige products and brands – super cars, fine dining, beautiful timepieces, hand-crafted jewellery and some of the region’s most luxurious waterside properties, providing you with the ultimate luxury experience.” – the quote is taken from the show’s website.
Singapore Yacht Show – Exposing Brands
An exhibitor’s list taken from their website:
ACO Marine, Aircom Pacific Inc., Amels B.V., Aquila Power Catamarans, Art Index International, Asia-Pacific Boating and China Boating, ATS Group of Companies, Awlgrip & International Paint, AXA Insurance (S) Pte Ltd, Azimut Singapore / H Marine International Pte Ltd, Azul Marine Ltd, Baglietto, Bellingham Marine, Benetti, BottlesXO, Briey Interior, Camper & Nicholsons, Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, Caratell Pte Ltd, Caviar Club, Cigisped Yacht Transport, Dassault Falcon, Dream Phuket Hotel & Spa, Feadship, Fincantieri Yachts, Fischer Panda SEA Pte Ltd, Floating Life International SA, Fraser Yachts, FunAir, GAC Group, Gogreen Holdings Private Limited, Goshen Art Gallery, Grand Banks Yachts, Gulf Craft, Hanse Yachts Germany, Heart Media, Heesen Yachts, Heysea Yachts Group Limited, Hong Seh, IJM LAND BERHAD, JOG Swimwear, Kin Marine Pte Ltd, Leopard Catamarans, Limitless Marine – Wally authorized dealer, Lloyd Marine, Lürssen Yachts, Luxe Journeys Asia LLP, Marina Industries Association, Marina Planet Italy, Marine International Pte Ltd, MARKAGAIN, Marvellous Luxury, Momolato Private Limited, MontAzure, Morcha Diamonds, MTU, Multihull Solutions Asia, NABS Engineering Pte Ltd, Nordic Cruiser, Northrop and Johnson, NSSLGlobal, Ocean Media, ONE15 Luxury Yachting, Outer Quadrant, OUTREMER YACHTING c/o CAP DE BLEU pte ltd, P1 Singapore, Palm Beach Motor Yachts, PORALU MARINE, Port Takola Yacht Marina, Princess Yachts South East Asia, Prudential Assurance Company Singapore (Pte) Ltd, QBE Insurance (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Riviera – Reel Torque Yachts, RUAG AVIATION, SEABOB, Seakeeper, Inc., Seawind Catamarans, Sevenstar Yacht Transport, SG Boating, Silver Yachts, Simpson Marine, Station Go, Sunbrella by Glen Raven, SUNREEF YACHTS, Sunseeker Singapore, Superyacht Australia, Supratechnic , Swanson Villas – Alfa Investors Ltd, The Asia-Pacific Superyacht Association Ltd, The Guild of Storytellers, The Peak, The Superyacht Group, Tiwal Singapore, Triple 8 Marine Inc, U-Boat Worx, UEM Sunrise Berhad, VANIDAY, ViewQwest Pte Ltd, Visterior, Waterflight, WEER Marine, Westport Yachts, Wider, X-Yachts, Xtreme Machines Pte Ltd, Yacht Asia Buyers, ZM&MZ Private Limited.
[source for all pics is the show’s website]
The Singapore Yacht Show is delighted to welcome four internationally regarded and respected associations as 2016 exhibitors. Along with bringing their members together, supporting their presence and ensuring they get the maximum value out of their attendance, the associations play a crucial role in the development of the Show.
This year’s Singapore Yacht Show is getting ready to be the tastiest yet. On Friday 8 April, Audra Morrice, Judge on MasterChef Asia will lead a private master class on-board one of the yachts at the Show. On Sunday, Audra will prepare some delicious dishes in a public demonstration at the Show’s esplanade. Be sure to stop by, you may even win a signed copy of Audra’s new cookbook!
Singapore Yacht Show 2016 – Yachts on Exhibition
This is a list of yachts presented for sampling and selling: “Lady Candy” from Benetti (56 m. LOA), “La Familia” from Amels (55 m. LOA), “Sensation” from Sensation Yachts (50 m. LOA), “Triple 8” from Royal Denship (43.5 m. LOA), “Hye Seas II” from Azimut Yachts (35.5 m. LOA), “Azul A” from Moonen (34 m. LOA), “San Lorenzo 104” from San Lorenzo (32 m. LOA), “Celandine” from Camper & Nicholsons (29 m. LOA), “Letitzia” from Camper & Nicholsons (28 m. LOA), “Princess 88” from Princess Yachts (27 m. LOA), “MCY86” from Monte Carlo Yachts (26.5 m. LOA), “Princess P82” from Princess Yachts (25.5 m. LOA), “Riviera 75” from Riviera (24.5 m. LOA), “Princess P75” from Princess Yachts (24 m. LOA), “Princess S72” from Princess Yachts (22.5 m. LOA), “Princess P72” from Princess Yachts (22.5 m. LOA), “Ferretti 720” from Ferretti (22 m. LOA), “Princess P68” from Princess Yachts (21.5 m. LOA), “Palm Beach 65” from Palm Beach (21.5 m. LOA), “East Bay 44” from Palm Beach (21.5 m. LOA), “Sunreef Supreme 68 Eagle Wings” from Sunreef Yachts (21 m. LOA), “Victoria 67” from Fountaine Pajot (21 m. LOA), “Azimut 66” from Azimut Yachts (20 m. LOA), “Nomad 65” from Gulf Craft (20 m. LOA), “MCY65” from Simpson Marine (20 m. LOA), “Amel 64” from Amel (20 m. LOA), “Sunseeker 60” from Sunseeker Yachts (20 m. LOA), “Lagoon 630MY” from Lagoon (19.5 m. LOA), “Princess P56” from Princess Yachts (18 m. LOA), “Riva 57” from Riva (18 m. LOA), “Bay Suites” from Lita Ocean (17.50 m. LOA), “Seaduction” from Lagoon (17.50 m. LOA), “Hanse 575” from Hanse (17 m. LOA), “Lagoon 560” from Lagoon (17 m. LOA), “CABO 52” from CABO (17 m. LOA), “PrincessP52” from Princess Yachts (17 m. LOA), “Eager” from Camper & Nicholsons (16 m. LOA), “Azimut 50” from Azimut Yachts (16 m. LOA), “Leopard 51” from Leopard Catamarans (16 m. LOA), “Viking 50C” from Viking (15.5 m. LOA), “MC4” from Monte Carlo Yachts (15.5 m. LOA), “Saba 50” from Fountaine Pajot (15 m. LOA), “Viking 50C” from Viking Yachts (15 m. LOA), “Wally 47” from Wally (15 m. LOA), “Aquila 48” from Aquila Yachts (15 m. LOA), “Majesty 48” from Gulf Craft (15 m. LOA), “Lagoon 450S” from Lagoon (14 m. LOA), “MC4” from Monte Carlo Yachts (14 m. LOA), “Cranchi Eco Trawler” from Cranchi (14 m. LOA), “Jeanneau V43F” from Jeanneau Singapore (14 m. LOA), “Princess P42” from Princess Yachts (13.5 m. LOA), “Jeanneau 44DS” from Jeanneau Yachts (13.5 m. LOA), “Wider 42” from Wider (13.5 m. LOA), “Azimut 43” from Azimut Yachts (13 m. LOA), “Princess V39” from Princess Yachts (13 m. LOA), “Lucia 40” from Fountaine Pajot (12 m. LOA), “Seawind 1160” from Seawind (12 m. LOA), “Everglades 355CCX” from Everglades (12 m. LOA), “Oceanis 38” from Beneteau (11.5 m. LOA), “Hanse 385” from Hanse (11.5 m. LOA), “Nordic Cruiser” from Nordship Yachts (7.5 m. LOA).
Here you have a video presentation from 2015.
Singapore’s economy is one of the highest in Asia. Make time for it, especially if you happen to be around, it ends on April 10.
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