Singapore Yacht Show 2019, Asia’s premier boating and luxury lifestyle event returns tomorrow from 11 – 14 April 2019 for its ninth year at ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove, transforming the marina into a nautical wonderland with over 80 yachts and boats on display at the four-day extravaganza.
This year, more than 25 boats will premiere at the Show, including the much-anticipated SILENT 55, a fully solar-electric catamaran by SILENT-Yachts, the world’s first and only producer of ocean-going solar-powered catamarans, as well as the Palm Beach GT50 Express a noteworthy high-speed, fuel-efficient model built in Grand Banks’ shipyard in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
Superyachts to Marvel at
M/Y Seawolf, a 59-metre luxury expedition superyacht is the largest yacht featured this year, specialising in charter trips to some of the world’s farthest-flung destinations
La Vie, a 36.6-metre Tecnomar Evo 120 Ice White Edition built in 2018 is also a must-see
Be Mine (40.7m) built by Lürssen, La Numero Uno (40m) built by Perini Navi, Dolce Vita (32m) built by Numarine, as well as Sanlorenzo SD126 (37m) and Princess Yachts Princess 30M (30m) will be present
Aside from the impressive exhibits and yacht parties,
visitors to the show can expect a wide range of interactive activities, thrilling watersports demonstrations and a solid line-up of high-end lifestyle brands and live entertainment options, such as:
On-water Demo Platform showcasing Waydoo Flyer, an electric hydrofoil board designed to make the user fly above water
Boardwalk Retail Village housing premium audiovisual speakers and headphones from Beyerdynamic, luxury timepieces from Zannetti, bespoke accessories from Infiniti Jewels, Treasure and M&B Jewellers
The Supercar Parade on the weekend where car owners from Lamborghini and Ferrari clubs will drive convoys of their iconic vehicles into Sentosa Cove to gather in front of the Show’s East and West Pavilions
If you haven’t registered for your press pass, please submit your details here now.
For more information on what to expect at SYS this year, please refer to the attached media schedule of events or check out the press kit here for more information on the yachts.
If you’ve already signed up and received your confirmation email, we look forward to seeing you soon! We will be sharing instructions on how you can pick up your pass shortly this evening, so hang on for that.
I am curious if this is how most are treated at liveaboard Marinas. I’ve been spending some of my free days off from work checking out local Marina’s expanding out from the hospital i work at and things were going very well, most places were extremely nice about renting a slip, but the minute I mentioned liveaboard, many the attitude just changed drastically and they didn’t seem so interested in showing me more or talking to me more about the Marina. I found that if i ignored the question of wanting to live aboard that i could get much better tours of the Marinas, many i come to find don’t allow staying on the boat more than a few days a month overnight.
it seems that most want around $650 to $1200 to rent a liveaboard slip, which seems very high since i have spoken to a few who said they pay in the $200-400 range to live at a Marina.
Reply by Kenomac
It would help to know where you’re located. But no, I get just the opposite attitude and treatment when I live aboard for two months of the year in a beautiful marina in Italy near Venice for only $300 per month.
Much of it does depend on how one presents themselves and the boat. When I was living aboard for four months of the year in Shoreline Village, Long Beach, CA. Eight years ago, you could really tell who most of the liveaboards were by all the junk on deck. And the parked, beat up old vans filled with junk in the parking lot. Who wants to look at that all the time?
Still, there were some like us in our Hunter at the time, nobody would’ve known the difference. No junk on deck, no car filled with junk in the parking lot over night… just another boat. The marina isn’t afraid of people living aboard in well-kept boats. They’re afraid of having to go through the trouble to evict bums on boats and or dealing. With abandoned junk boats without working engines.
With a bumper schedule of activities and events taking place during the Singapore Yacht Show – from the glamorous SYS Gala Evening & Awards to the various yacht parties, luxury lifestyle brand showcases, conferences, workshops and networking opportunities, avoid disappointment and start planning your visit now to maximize your attendance at the Show.
Heralded as the region’s must-see event for nautical lifestyle enthusiasts, the four-day event gives visitors an unrivaled opportunity to discover more yachts than displayed anywhere else in the region. The Show also brings together super-yacht builders, product manufacturers and a whole raft of luxury lifestyle brands all displaying their latest innovations, design concepts and product launches. In addition to these global showcases, the Singapore Yacht Show will also deliver a truly immersive experience for those looking to discover the yachting lifestyle through a series of high-octane events and activities. You can find out more and plan your visit by checking out our social calendar.
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