Singapore Yacht Show 2019
November, 30 -1
The Singapore Yacht Show is the perfect opportunity for nautical lifestyle seekers to enjoy luxury yachting and the accompanying lifestyle at its finest.
Taking place at Singapore's award-winning ONE°15 Marina, the annual four-day exhibition launched in 2011 and has since risen to become the biggest event of its kind in Asia. Thousands of visitors attend each year to discover some of the world's finest superyachts and boating brands in an elite and highly social setting.
The on-water display of 90 plus luxury yachts is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the globally-recognised event. It consistently attracts more yacht premieres than any other boat show in the region and is a hub of world-class boat builders, such as Amels, Feadship and Lurssen.
More than 150 luxury lifestyle brands flood the North Pavillion which, in 2018, was reimagined to cater for the ever-expanding list of exhibiting companies. Visitors can expect showcases of supercars, high-end fashion brands, hand-crafted jewellery and exclusive art.
The show is also a wonderful social platform. A huge variety of events, ranging from gala dinners and yacht parties to wellness workshops, watersports demonstrations and sea trials, allow no-end of networking opportunities for visitors and yachting professionals alike.
One of the key events is the Sentosa Ball, which celebrates the fun and the glamour of the Asian yachting scene with an evening of entertainment and haute cuisine. Another important feature is the Asian Boating Awards, which takes place on the evening before the show launches.
Meanwhile, the two-day Asia Pacific Superyacht Conference also takes prior to the event. Attracting a high calibre of industry professionals, the conference enables delegates to gather insights into critical market issues and receive important updates on regional government regulations.
Fully supported by the global yachting industry and the Singapore Tourism Board, the show is a firm fixture in the region’s social calendar, catering to more than 14,000 visitors every year.