The Singapore Yacht Show fleet continues to grow, with the addition of the first 33 metre Sanlorenzo 108 to be shown in Singapore, as well as the 33.5 metre S/Y Shamounand the 50 metre M/Y Sapphire. Held on 18-21 April at the ONE°15 Marina Club the show will present a dazzling array of yachts, including many debuts, for visitors to view.
Long time supporter of the Singapore Yacht Show, Luxury Yachts Pte Ltd, is one of Asia’s longest established brokerage houses and has been based in Singapore since 1984. With a portfolio ranging from 13ft to 200ft they are uniquely placed to serve every customer, and provide a complete range of brokerage management services. They will have a wide range of yachts on display, including the first Sanlorenzo 108 to ever be shown in Singapore. Built in Italy, the 33m yacht design hosts 8 guests and reach speeds of 30 knots. Featuring beautiful interiors, the design maximises all spaces for guests to enjoy. One of Sanlorenzo’s most popular models, and the current flagship of their SL line, the 108 is sure to prove a draw for visitors.
The company will also be displaying models from the award-winning Marquis Yachts range. Designed by the popular Italian superyacht design company Nuvolari-Lenard and built by US-based Marquis Yachts, they combine the best of Italian design and American construction, and have already proved to be extremely popular in the Asian market. On view will be the Marquis 500 Coupe, Marquis 500 Sport Bridge and the Marquis 600.
Joining Sanlorenzo in the lineup is 50 metre Sapphire, which is being presented by UAE-based Behnemar Middle East. Built in 2009 by Trinity Yachts, one of the top American yards, Sapphireis a fast, semi-displacement, all-aluminium yacht capable of reaching 24 knots. Her interior design is by James McFarlane, with naval architecture and interior design by Trinity Yachts.
Able to host up to 22 guests, with 8 cabins, she is the perfect entertainer’s yacht and has many spaces for guests to enjoy, including a spacious sun deck with a bar area and jacuzzi. She has a generous main salon that includes an opulent dining area and bar space, and a multitude of indoor and al fresco dining and relaxation spaces. A stunning feature of note is her private owner’s deck and terrace that is the ultimate haven. Currently listed for sale, she will be a must see for any discerning buyer.
Yachting Partners International (YPI) will have the beautiful 33.5m Shamounon display. Designed by the renowned Andre Hoek of Hoek Design, this Dutch-built cutter-rigged classic sloop is available for charter in South East Asia. Built in 1999, she can host 8 guests in 4 cabins and has a timeless interior. Her design combines all the best elements of the classic yachts of old, and the modern comforts and performance of today.
As a popular charter vessel, Shamounis a perfect example of a yacht to enjoy seeing the sights of Asia from. Ideal for on-water adventures and exploration, she has a wide array of water toys, including diving gear for 8 people with an onboard compressor. She also boasts a range under engine of 3,100 nautical miles, backups for all vital systems on-board, and a large three stage walk-in freezer and fridge for charter operations. “We want to encourage more of our charter clients to make their yachts more available in Asia,” said Russell Crump, YPI Director of Sales. “Asia holds a treasure trove of locations begging to be explored on charter.”
YPI already has a strong presence in the Asian market with their YPI and BRS Asia divisions, and sees the Show as the perfect showcase for Shamoun. “YPI has always had the pleasure of working with Asian clients for charter, brokerage and management", said Mark Duncan, Group Marketing Manager. “We believe the Singapore Yacht Show has many of the ingredients needed to properly promote superyachts and superyachting in that region both locally and worldwide.”
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