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Welcome to 2018 and we hope you had a great start to the new year. Just when you thought the Singapore Yacht Show couldn’t get any bigger than the 50,000 sqm it already covers, this year we expanded the exhibition, only to find we are already running out of available space! This includes the newly reimagined North Pavilion, which now serves the needs of luxury and lifestyle brands exclusively.
More and more companies have chosen the Singapore Yacht Show to showcase their offering because of our ability to attract 1,000’s of visitors from across the region, all looking to experience the luxury boating and yachting lifestyle, or interested in doing business.
The Singapore Yacht Show 2018 will see many yachts and boating brands hold their world or Asian debut. A highlight will be M/Y Prana, a 55 metre phinisi, who will complete her world debut at the Singapore Yacht Show from 12 to 15 April. Meanwhile, Princess Yachts, Azimut, Ferretti and Gulf Craft will be among some of the brands using the show as a platform to reveal new models to the Asian market.
In the air-conditioned pavilions, visitors will have the opportunity to meet with representatives of leading yacht builders, Fincantieri and Heesen. Exocet Marine International also joins the Show bringing their European brokerage and family house experience to the Asian market. And Monaco Tourism will be present again, promoting Monaco’s tourist assets as well as providing a link between Monaco’s various entities and their clients and partners in the region. Plus Urecel joins the Show to exhibit their innovative solutions for marine and outdoor furniture.
As a testament to the growth of the industry, more and more marinas are under construction or planned for the region so global marina manufacturer, Marinetek, plus local marina experts, Marina Technology and Construction, and China-based, Livart Marina, will all be on display at the Singapore Yacht Show 2018.
And the list goes on! Shouldn’t you be there too?
There are limited spaces left in the pavilions and only a handful of berths in the marina. To secure your involvement in the Singapore Yacht Show 2018, contact your Relationship Manager.