First Malaysia Yacht Show (MYS) 2015, November 27 – 29

The inaugural Malaysia Yacht Show (MYS) 2015 will be hosted by Port Dickson, a ...

First Malaysia Yacht Show (MYS) 2015, November 27 – 29

October 21, 2014

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

The inaugural Malaysia Yacht Show (MYS) 2015 will be hosted by Port Dickson, a beautiful Malaysia yacht charter destination, from November 27 to 29. Organized by its sister company PT Megawatt Asia, its sister event, Indonesia Yacht Show (IYS), had since attracted more than 10,000 visitors and USD 100 Million worth of potential business in Jakarta in its past 2 editions, and now Malaysia Yacht Show (MYS) is ready to set the pace as one of the leading luxury yachting lifestyle exhibitions in the region.


This unique yachting extravaganza will showcase the latest yachts and boats to the growing class of Malaysian millionaires with massive dispensable income.

What To Expect At Malaysia Yachts Show 2015?

­• More than 4000sqm 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.


Malaysia cited as one of the countries with an increase of 108% increase in Millionaires by 2017

The Financialist, Credit Suisse’s digital magazine about business and economies, recently released a Global Wealth Report which looked at personal wealth around the globe. The report found that in the next five years more and more millionaires will come from countries in the developing world, such as Brazil and China. By 2017, China, which currently has 964,000 millionaires, will have 1,901,000 millionaires—a growth of 97 percent, according to The Financialist. And Brazil, which currently has 227,000 millionaires, will have 497,000 millionaires by 2017—a growth of 119 percent. Russia and Malaysia will also see their numbers of millionaires grow over the next five years with a growth of 109 percent and 108 percent respectively.

Yachting in Malaysia

An eclectic trio of dynamic cities, remote islands and thick jungles, Malaysia is an explorer’s dream. Some of Asia’s most sublime beaches, mountains and national parks highlight the Malaysian landscape, enshrined in the exotic Asian spirit that makes this unique country a long-time family favourite. Sailing the magnificent Malaysian waters produces brilliant scenes of volcanic islands and rocky outcrops, the only blemishes in an otherwise deep world of blue. With over two hundred islands surrounding its majestic mainlands, Malaysia offers exquisite cruising grounds perfect for indulging in watersports, diving and beach pursuits.


Admiral Marina is a premier marina in Malaysia strategically located in the Straits of Malacca for international sailors voyaging through South East Asia. The fully integrated marina has all the convenience for the most discerning sailor. It is not only an ideal haven for sailors and members but also a safe tranquil hideaway from where the charms of Malaysia can be explored.

Admiral marina can cater to yachts of up to 65 metres (about 220 feet) in length. All the marina’s floating berths are equipped with fresh water and electricity supply. Admiral Marina situated just an hour’s drive south of the bustling capital city of Kuala Lumpur, and north of the historical city of Malacca as well as conveniently close to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT). With major highways at our doorstep, the Marina sits in an ideal location where one can easily get to anywhere quickly.

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