The 3rd edition of Indonesia Yachts Show 2015 will be hosted by Jakarta in Indonesia, a beautiful Asia yacht charter destination, on August 22 and 23. The past two events had attracted more than 8000 visitors and USD 100 Million worth of potential business, setting the pace as one of the leading luxury yachting lifestyle exhibitions in the region.
This unique yachting extravaganza will once again showcase the latest yachts and boats to the growing class of Indonesian millionaires with massive dispensable income.
What To Expect At Indonesia Yachts Show 2015?
• More than 3000sqm worth of yachts, boats and luxury lifestyle exhibits.
• More than USD$80 million worth of products would be on display.
• More than 6000 international visitors are expected to attend this mammoth event.
• An expected USD$600,000 of press and broadcast coverage.
Facts Of The Yachting Industry In Indonesia
– 22% Increase in Indonesian Millionaires in 2013-2014
– Leading the world in terms of freshly minted millionaires is Indonesia, which has seen 22% rise in their number over the past year. While Mexico, with only 7% increase, is the laggard in the MINT group, it still does better than the worst-performing BRICs nation Russia, which had a 4.8% increase.(Source: Business Insider, 26 May 2014)
Demand For Luxury Yachts
There is a growing amount of highly affluent local Indonesians and expats in Indonesia searching for Yachts and leisure crafts. Pantai Mutiara in Jakarta, which many of the rich reside, provides direct access to personal yachts and boats at their very own backyard.
Indonesia becomes a potential yachting haven as neighbouring Singapore struggles with berthing capacity.
Yacht sales in Asia currently account for 9 percent of the global market share, according to consultancy Wealth-X. The boom has far outstripped infrastructure growth, resulting in some awkward moments when boats pull up to moor. The shortage is most acute in Hong Kong and Singapore where space, whether on land or on water, is scarce. Singapore’s ONE15 Marina Club, where monthly berth rentals cost S$10,000 ($8,000) for a 40-metre boat, is currently at full capacity. (Source: Reuters, 27 April 2014)
More “Yacht Friendly” initiatives by the Indonesian Government
The PIB Customs Bond has been eliminated by the Indonesian Customs Department and replaced with a new and more amicable system. The new law in effect from 3 December 2011, forms the framework to ease the regulations regarding foreign yacht visits, create conditions that will encourage investment and facilities, and stimulate the general economic development of coastal communities.
Batavia Sunda Kelapa Marina
(06º 07’ 08” S, 106º 48’ 58” E)
Sunda Kelapa Harbour Area
Jl Baruna Raya No 9
Date: 22-23 Aug 2015
Opening Hours: 12am – 8pm