Singapore Yacht Show Celebrates Its Decennial Edition
Taking place from 19 to 22 March 2020, the Singapore Yacht Show (SYS) will celebrate its tenth year with the latest and best in yachting and boating, as well as a host of luxury lifestyle experiences and family-friendly fun
Asia’s premier boating showcase, the Singapore Yacht Show, will return to the docks of ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove from Thursday 19 to Sunday 22 March 2020. Marking the Show’s tenth edition, this celebratory iteration will set the stage for the best and latest in yachting and on-the-water lifestyle, as well as a host of luxury lifestyle programming and family-friendly fun.
The four-day immersive 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. Visitors can expect an impressive line-up of regional boating and yachting premieres, state-of-the-art yacht toys and products as well as lifestyle exhibits from more than 150 world-class brands and companies. As one of Asia’s finest marinas, ONE°15 will unveil a refreshed configuration during SYS 2020, offering greater visibility of the extensive display of yachts.
The Best in Boating
With just under two months until SYS 2020 opens its doors, the Show’s on-water berths at ONE°15 Marina Club are filling up, bringing together some of the world’s leading yachting brands to embrace Asia’s growing marine industry. Visitors can explore on-water exhibits from brands such as 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.
“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 programme yet – we’ve already confirmed several major superyachts, and all the production builders are bringing bigger line-ups than ever,” says Andy Treadwell, CEO and Founder of the Singapore Yacht Show.
Working with a variety of partners to add new dynamic dimensions to the next decade of SYS, the 2020 Show will be more family-friendly, offering truly immersive and educational experiences for those looking to discover the yachting lifestyle – and a more sustainable one, at that.
“SYS 2020 will offer a host of dynamic experiences in our new Lifestyle Pavilion, developed for our visitors to be both entertained and educated. With a focus on a cleaner ocean, the Show will spark conversations about the need for industry stakeholders to tackle sustainability, addressing the issue of plastic waste in the ocean and also introducing interactive art displays, exhibits and upcycling workshops,” adds Treadwell.
Families are invited to join a series of child-friendly activities and workshops to keep the kids engaged throughout the day. Showcasing a wide-range of lifestyle exhibits, and activities such as upcycling workshops, health & wellness programming, interactive art displays and hands-on fun for all the family, the newly created programme sets out to further enhance the existing visitor experience.