Taking place from 19 to 22 March 2020, the Singapore Yacht Show will celebrate its tenth year. Held at the award-winning ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove, the on-water exhibition brings together the largest fleet yachts in the whole of Asia.
The four-day event has grown from 3,000 visitors in its first edition in 2011, to an expected 2020 turn-out of over 16,000 visitors, including buyers and charterers from across the Asia Pacific region. More than 150 brands will display their products in the renewed configuration of ONE°15 Marina.
What we will see
The Show’s on-water berths at ONE°15 Marina Club are filling up fast, with four months to go until the anticipated. Some of the world’s leading yachting brands that will attend the show are Absolute Yachts, AMELS, Azimut, Dufour, Ferretti Group, Fountaine Pajot, Jeanneau, Lagoon, Leopard Catamarans, Maritimo, Monte Carlo Yachts, Princess Yachts, Sacs, Sanlorenzo and Sunseeker alongside dealerships Boat Lagoon Yachting, Hong Seh Marine, Marine Italia, Simpson Marine and Sunseeker Singapore.
Dutch luxury yacht builder Amels will unveil the brand-new 55m M/Y Papa to the region for the first time. Papa’s exterior is designed by Tim Heywood, offering guests the ultimate in luxury with a beach club at sea level and a sun deck with a cinema, 8-person jacuzzi and a Teppanyaki bar.
Presenting a brand-new cruise experience in the pristine East Indonesian Archipelago, Aqua Blu will add a compelling maritime statement to the line-up at SYS 2020. A long-range explorer yacht sailing the region’s most prized destinations, including Komodo National Park, Spice Islands and Raja Ampat, Aqua Blu recently underwent extensive refurbishment bringing the 15 cabin vessel up to world-class cruising specifications.
The ever-present at SYS yacht builder Westport Yachts will introduce their brand new 38M raised pilothouse motoryacht, at its Asian premiere.
One of SYS’ founding partners, Simpson Marine, will be making its tenth appearance at the Show presenting its largest line-up to date. More than 15 yachts across the Sanlorenzo, MCY, Aquila and Lagoon brands. Unveiling several Asia premieres, the Simpson Marine fleet will include the Lagoon 46, Sanlorenzo SX88 and the Sanlorenzo SL102 Asymmetric. This last is an innovative out-of-the-box concept that perfectly represents Sanlorenzo’s impressive design capabilities, maximising yacht spaces by expanding and rethinking traditional layouts.
Plymouth-based Princess Yachts will return with one of the largest on-water exhibits. Making its Asian debut, the Y78 is a brand-new model known for her flexible deck layout with a walkthrough foredeck, U-shaped seating and a sunbathing area, whilst her flybridge aft has space for free standing furniture or can accommodate a crane and a tender.
Italian yacht builder Ferretti Yachts will introduce two Asian premieres at the Show, the Ferretti 670 and 720, both born from the partnership with architect Filippo Salvetti. Measuring 20.24m and 22.3m respectively, the two yachts offer amenities typically found on larger vessels.
“It’s been phenomenal to witness the continued growth of the Singapore Yacht Show and the development of the industry here over the last decade. As we gear up for the 2020 edition, both old and new partners are coming together to offer the most dynamic program yet. We’ve already confirmed several major superyachts. All the production builders are bringing bigger line-ups than ever,” says Andy Treadwell, CEO and Founder of the Singapore Yacht Show.