October 8, 2010
Asean Lady Superyacht
Asia Superyacht Conference 2010
Asia Superyacht Conference
Following its success and overwhelming popularity in 2009, Asia’s second Superyacht Conference is to be held from the 12th – 14th October this year in Singapore.
This unique event was the first of its kind last year and was set up by the Asia-Pacific Superyacht Association to encourage collaboration, opportunities and networking for superyacht owners, captains, builders, brokers, designers, repair yards, marinas, consultants, financiers, lawyers, government and regulatory bodies and the tourism industry.
Throughout the evening, attendees will have the opportunity to listen to superyacht industry leaders talk about issues such as marina design and management in Asia, East and West collaboration in superyacht construction, yacht service and support in Asia, country by country cruising focus for charter brokers and yacht captains, as well as the needs for the Asian superyacht buyer and owner. Amongst those talking will be Jean-Jacques Lavigne, the Executive Director of Superyacht Singapore Association, Nick Coombes, Director of Asia-Pacific Superyachts and YP Loke, Managing Director of Spinnaker International.
This year’s Asia Superyacht Conference is being held in the obscenely fashionable ONE degree 15 Marina Club in Singapore. The club, which was awarded with the highly lauded “Best Asia Marina/Yacht Club” award last year, is named after its strategic location one degree 15 minutes north of the equator. Visitors will be mesmerized by its lavishly opulent interior and exterior, which provides world-class marina facilities.
Although the benefits of attending this highly exclusive and informative evening are not isolated to the conference, as in addition there are a number of equally select social events, including a tour of all the marinas in Singapore for superyachts. This series of social occasions will enable like-minded superyacht enthusiasts from both the east and the west to mingle, share experiences, be provided with detailed market intelligence and be generally educated about the Asia-Pacific’s growing popularity as a cruising destination.
With its glamorous restaurants, secluded bays, ancient ruins and stunning sunsets, it is little wonder this exotic and alluring region has become the world’s third cruising destination.
For the full conference programme and to secure a seat for the second Asia Superyacht Conference visit: