Monday, March 28, 2011

Asia's largest boat and luxury lifestyle show - Boat Asia

Singapore will host Singapore yacht show between between 8-10 April 2011 in ONE 15 Marina Club in Sentosa Cove. Unfortunately this show will accept guests by invitation and it is not open to the general public. But for those who are eager to see the new boats of the world, there is another show in the following month, Boat Asia. The show will start on May 12th 2011 and continue until May 15th in Keppel Bay and Marina Bay. The guest will be allowed between 2 pm to 9 pm (8pm on Sunday).

Wide range of boats and related marine accessories, and to complete the boating lifestyle, exclusive resorts, fine wine, marinas, clubs and properties will be on display on land. Showcase of extensive fleet of sailing yachts, powerboats and super yachts. Yes there is still something for those who are not interested in boats, Jazz bands and sexy fashion shows, but the real attention drawers of the show, extensive fleet of sailing yachts, powerboats and super yachts will be sailing in the bays.

Admission ticket price will be 15 SGD per adult in weekdays and 20 SGD in weekends. Due to increased popularity of boating in Asia, for the first time this year, Boat Asia will be expanding beyond the shores of Keppel Bay. Concurrently with the main Boat Asia at Keppel Bay, the new show will be held from 12-15 May at The Promontory@Marina Bay. The Promontory@Marina Bay, formerly known as Central Promontory Site is just in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District (CBD).

Two show venues, Keppel Bay and Marina Bay, are quite apart from each other. Fortunately for visitors’ convenience, there will be free shuttle bus services between Marina Bay and Keppel Bay so visitors can visit both shows without hassle.

boat asia Singapore 2011, sexy woman on the deck
Luxury meets sexy

Last years show was a success with achieving a record number of boat sales:
"Dealers from Fairline, Horizon, Integrity, La Marca, Grandbanks, Rinker, Riviera and Swan saw themselves taking orders for more than 10 boats worth over $20 million and gathering over $30 million  of sales interest. Despite scorching afternoons and overcast evenings, the event attracted over 10,000 visitors over the duration of the four-day event. Boat Asia 2010 saw a huge upsurge of potential boat buyers amongst boating enthusiasts and lifestyle aficionados throng the four day event. Featuring more than 100 exhibitors from the high-end property, boating, marine equipment and luxury lifestyle sectors, visitors were delighted with the wide array of exciting showcases both on-land and on-water.

1 comment:

  1. singapore yacht charter and sales marketing very big. people intresting that area very much. I missed to go yacht charter show in singapore but if happens again we would like to join yacht charter show.
    best regards