ONE°15 Marina Club in Sentosa Cove, Singapore
10th - 13th Apr 2014
Following the success of the 2013 event, the dates have been confirmed for the fourth edition of this rapidly expanding regional yacht show.
The 2014 Singapore Yacht Show will return to ONE°15 Marina Club in Sentosa Cove and will continue to build on the strong results from last year, which saw the number of visitor registrations and on-water yacht displays double from the year before. By bringing the biggest superyachts on display, some over 70m in length, into the main exhibition area, the 2014 yacht show will be even more impressive by having its entire range of yachts all on display together.
The show will continue to be held at Sentosa Cove for at least the next two years due to a renewed venue and sponsorship agreement with Sentosa Development Corporation and SUTL Pte Ltd, the owner and manager of ONE°15 Marina Club. This fabulous venue has become a favourite among exhibitors and visitors alike, with is waterfront bars, restaurants and hotel.
Promising to showcase an even larger and more diverse collection of brands than ever before, Heesen, Northrop & Johnson, Princess and Simpson Marine have already been confirmed as supporting the 2014 edition of the show.
The new layout includes a lot of extra berths, and will allow the Singapore Yacht Show to grow significantly from the record numbers we have already seen this year
Yachts attending the show
The following luxury yachts will be on show at the Singapore Yacht Show 2014, including several charter yachts, please contact your preferred yacht charter broker if you would like them to visit the yacht.
67m Alloy Yachtsfrom €245,000 p/week
60m CMN Yachts
Keri Lee III
54m Trinity Yachtsfrom $220,000 p/week
57m Royal Huismanfrom $250,000 p/week
56m Alloy Yachtsfrom €196,000 p/week
50m Perini Navifrom €189,000 p/week
50m Trinity Yachtsfrom $200,000 p/week
46m Palmer Johnsonfrom $192,500 p/week
41m Sovereign Yachts
33m Jachtwerf Klaassenfrom $61,800 p/week
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