The top lineup featured in the 2018 Singapore Yacht Show (SYS) stands as an epitomised symbol of luxurious living. Several newly launched yacht brokerages and shipyards have even been showcased in Asia and all over the world, some of which will be featured in this coverage.
The Granocean 80 is a catamaran designed by Granocean, an Asian custom yacht design and manufacturing company, and made its world debut at this show. Simpson Marine, one of the most prestigious yacht dealers in Asia, has been exhibiting its yachts at the show annually since its inception. The Beneteau Oceanis 51.1 is a brand new line they have showcased. Its stepped hull and stylish deck design are the first as a part of their new label, Chongrunshi.
Another Asian luxury yacht importer and distributor, Boat Lagoon Yachting, debuted at the show with their original model, Princess 30M. This is the latest model of the Princess Yacht M series. It is one of the largest exhibited yachts, pushing the limits of the modern fluid power design, effectively freeing up more space and enhancing comfort.
Hong Seh Marine presents the Ferretti Group's latest masterpiece Riva Perseo 76, a sporty and elegantly styled yacht with a colours which enhance its sophisticated design. As part of the Tai He Ban collection, the Ferretti 780 is an outstanding and one-of-a-kind model. This new yacht has been specially designed to cater to the Asian market.
The Italian shipyard Azimut Yachts presented the Asian debut of the Grande 27 Metri. The ship was given the ‘Most Accomplished’ award at the 2017 World Yachts Trophies in the 80-foot to 125-foot category. Its hull is made of carbon fibre and the construction material increases its volume and surface dimensions, while maintaining the same weight and ensuring excellent dynamic stability.
Australian-Thai company Multihull Solutions unveiled their French-built Fountain Pajot MY 44. This spacious catamaran is equipped with Volvo's Volvo Penta IPS 350 twin engine which offers an incredible 2,000-mile range. The Fountain Pajot MY 44 has a total living space of more than 50 square meters--more spacious than most apartments in the city centre.
Sunreef Open 40, the latest model of the luxury catamaran maker Sunreef, was unveiled in Asia for the first time. Sunreef Open 40 is a dynamic day-to-day catamaran suited for speedy cruises and leading a life at sea. The hull is able to naturally maintain balance, guaranteeing a safe sailing experience even when one is speeding.
Joining this year's Asian debut team is the Absolute 58 Fly, which boasts a combination of ergonomics and shipbuilding technology, featuring low fuel consumption, easy operation, and quiet driving, as well as a sense of space and comfort. One can definitely experience what true luxurious long-range cruising is like aboard the Maritimo 51 yacht.
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