Asia Pacific Superyachts Joins Elite Group of Exhibitors at Singapore Yacht Show

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Photo Fiji Tourism Bay of Island
Photo Fiji Tourism Bay of Island

Once again the Singapore Yacht Show will be joined by leading superyacht care and services provider, Asia Pacific Superyachts, as the event continues to gain international recognition with a strong showcasing of an elite group of Superyacht industry participants.

Representing Asia and the Pacific’s most interesting and diverse cruising destinations, visitors to the APS Stand #K45 will be welcomed by highly experienced APS agents offering new Superyacht cruising information on: Andaman Islands, Borneo; Cambodia; Fiji; Hong Kong; Indonesia; Koh Samui, Thailand; Langkawi, Malaysia; Maldives; Myanmar; New Zealand; Phuket, Thailand; Philippines; Seychelles; Sri Lanka; Singapore and Tahiti & French Polynesia.

Visitors are invited to the APS Exhibit ‘Island’ – and open plan design shared with North American Boat Services and located across from the event’s Exhibitors Lounge. Within the display stunning moving images and cruising advice will be on offer from APS superyacht experts, collectively servicing the highest number of superyacht visitors in most of the Asia and Pacific regions.

Happy to discuss cruising and destination planning, visitors stopping by the APS stand will get the inside scoop of Asia and the Pacific’s safe and fantastic cruising grounds, little known anchorages and new adventure and diving Superyacht journey options.

APS Singapore’s Scott Walker, coordinating the APS/ North American Boat Services Exhibit, comments: “As a founding member of the Superyacht Singapore Association (SSA), my motivation and that of Asia Pacific Superyachts collectively is to strongly support the Superyacht industry in our APS areas. From my vantage point in Singapore and that of my APS colleagues, many clients aren’t familiar with the areas we represent and have very specific needs and desires which are much different from what goes on in the Med and the Caribbean. We want to share critical information of Asia – Pacific cruising with our visitors.”