The 2014 Singapore Yacht Show (SYS) is continuing to show strong growth, with further superyacht industry leaders lining up to participate in the event. Now Asia’s largest and most popular boat and yacht show, it is perhaps no surprise that more and more international exhibitors from the top end of the sector are coming on board.
This surge in interest is testament to the importance of Asia as the emerging market to watch in the eyes of the global yachting industry, and to the Singapore show’s ability to attract the right kind of clientele from all over the region to meet the industry’s market leaders.
With just three months until the opening of the Show, from 10 – 13 April at ONE°15 Marina Club in Sentosa Cove, world-famous brands such as Alloy Yachts, Edmiston & Company, Philippe Briand and Porto Montenegro have all now confirmed that they will be exhibiting at the Show for the first time.
Multiple award-winning superyacht builder Alloy Yachts sees the Show as an important new fixture in their annual superyacht calendar. Tony Hambrook, Managing Director of Alloy Yachts, says “After many years of watching the Singapore Yacht Show go from strength to strength we felt that the time was right for Alloy Yachts to exhibit in Asia once again.” The yard has recently launched 56.4m S/Y Mondango 3, built for Hong-Kong-based residents, and will be presenting two exciting new turnkey concepts at the Show. The first is a 47m motoryacht designed by Dubois Naval Architects, the second a 46m performance sloop designed by fellow exhibitor Philippe Briand.
Edmiston & Company will be taking a stand in the superyacht pavilion and presenting their impressive portfolio of luxury brokerage yachts for sale and charter to the thousands of well-heeled visitors seeking new lifestyle experiences. Famed designer Philippe Briand and leading luxury homeport Porto Montenegro will likewise be on hand to demonstrate to visitors just what the best in the superyacht world looks like.