Last Update: September 19th, 2018

Barely three months after this year’s Singapore Yacht Show, and plans for the 2019 edition are almost complete. The team have been busy collecting all the feedback from exhibitors, sponsors and visitors – news of sales successes, insights and ideas for making next April’s SYS even bigger and better.

The resulting Post Show Report is essential reading for businesses who want to develop their brand in Asia and discover the endless opportunities here. We are already seeing an outpouring of interest from long-time loyal supporters and newcomers to the Asian yachting industry alike.


New yacht models and an entire gamut of enhanced luxury lifestyle components will feature at SYS 2019. A revamped layout will enhance exhibitor and visitor experience – notable changes indoors are the Superyacht Lounge and dedicated marine retail space, while on-water will see the return of a much-enlarged demo platform. SYS 2019 promises to be bigger than ever with premium exhibitor space filling up fast – so don’t hesitate, please get in touch now if you want to reserve the best spots.

Simpson Marine will return to their prominent location on-water after a hugely successful SYS 2018. Asia’s biggest yacht dealership will be showcasing a total of twelve yachts, including Beneteau Power and Sail, superyachts from Sanlorenzo and Monte Carlo Yachts along with catamarans by Lagoon and Aquila Power Catamarans.

Italian yacht builder Ferretti Group and their local dealer, Hong Seh Marine, who had record-breaking sales success at this year’s show, will return to their frontline position with a bigger than ever fleet of illustrious yacht brands for SYS 2019. Hong Seh Marine will also be showcasing Cranchi and Boston Whaler.

World premiering at next year’s event will be a 100% solar-powered yacht by Azura Marine, featuring ground-breaking on-water technology (!) that will be on display to the public for the first time anywhere on the planet.

For those who appreciate aesthetics and audio, Infiniti Jewels and Beyerdynamic will cater to their needs in our entirely new (watch this space!) Luxury Lifestyle pavilion, the SYS Rendezvous.

Asia Pacific Superyacht Association will again have a big presence at SYS along with Major superyacht builders who have already confirmed their continuing support for the show, underlining the growing belief in the huge potential of the latent Asian market, are Amels, Fincantieri, Lürssen, Westport and Bennetti joined by first time exhibitor SeaNet.

The area dedicated to marine equipment, supplies and services will once again feature the likes of Asianfast Marine shipyard, Boat Lift Srl, Cimolai Technology SpA, IGL Coatings, Quick SpA, International Paint, Kin Marine, Marina Industries Association of Australia and Poralu Marine. A whole plethora of marine services and products will cater to the interests of boating enthusiasts and marine professionals visiting the show.

The 9th edition of the Singapore Yacht Show (SYS) will take place from the 11-14 April 2019, once again hosted at the award-winning ONE°15 Marina in Sentosa Cove. SYS is Asia’s leading yacht and luxury show, providing nautical lifestyle-seekers with an unrivalled opportunity to discover some of the world’s finest superyachts, boating brands, and luxury lifestyle products in a fun and highly social setting.

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Norberto Moreau is co-founder of the Allied Management Ltd Consulting Group (Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Spain). The group and his associates have activities in Yachting, Properties, Events and Online Services.
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