The 10th anniversary of the Singapore Yacht Show invites you to get out on the water as they bring Asia’s best and biggest boat show on October 15 to 18, 2020 at the world-class complex of ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove in Singapore. The much-anticipated show is an exhibit of new yacht launches and innovative design concepts from leading yacht dealers, distributors, brokers, service and accessory providers, and several other luxury lifestyle brands from across the globe.
To ensure the safety of all guests and participants, the 10th Singapore Yacht Show is working closely with the Ministry of Health and the Singapore Tourism Board. Strict attendance controls and social distancing guidelines will be applied throughout the 4-day event.
Show organizers of the stylish event promises its guests a truly immersive yachting lifestyle experience through a series of glamorous parties, high-end entertainment, and trade-focused conferences. The organizers also announced new developments and changes in the show’s layout to elevate guest experience. For the first time ever, the whole event will take place on the water, without the usual exhibition tents located on adjacent grass areas.
Initially scheduled to take place last March, the organizers made the difficult decision to postpone the event to a later date due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Viewing from a more optimistic aspect, things are looking up for the yachting industry as there has been a surge of interest in boating. This dramatic increase was brought about by the rapidly growing number of people looking for a more private vacation and travel alternative. The Singapore Yacht Show offers the perfect venue for yacht enthusiasts and newbies alike to talk to boat experts and discover the best things that the boating lifestyle has to offer.
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Interested attendees of the 10th Singapore Yacht Show can pre-register their participation on their website to be notified once their ticketing portal goes live.
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