Simpson Marine sets new yacht arrivals record

Simpson Marine, the largest yacht dealership in Asia, has taken delivery of ...

Simpson Marine sets new yacht arrivals record

November 30, 2010

Written by Chelsea Smith

Simpson Marine, the largest yacht dealership in Asia, has taken delivery of five brand new luxury yachts in Singapore this week, amidst signs that the luxury yacht sector is showing healthy growth. The new arrivals include Azimut Yachts and a Beneteau sail yacht.

Azimut 116 Motor yacht

Azimut 116 Motor yacht

Three of these boats are owned by Singapore based clients and all five boats are expected to cruise around South East Asia. Simpson Marine is the exclusive dealer across Asia for some of the world’s most respected yacht brands, including: Azimut, Beneteau, LagoonNautor’s Swan and Sea Ray.

Paul Whelan, General Manager for Simpson Marine in Singapore said “Simpson Marine is excited about the long term prospect of the Singapore luxury yachting industry. The five new arrivals clearly show that there is great interest in pleasure yachting in Singapore and this region”. This is further demonstrated by the new ultra premium waterfront developments such as Sentosa Cove and Reflections @ Keppel Bay. Most of these waterfront developments come with private berths and Simpson Marine is ideally placed to cater to the needs of discerning yacht buyers and guide them through the process of selecting the ideal yacht through to the handover and provide quality after sales services. Clients can expect a hassle-free yachting experience with Simpson Marine.

Simpson Marine owners also enjoy regular events such as ‘rendezvous’ trips where owners can confidently cruise together to exotic locations in the region. This enables boat owners to develop confidence in operating their boats and has proven popular amongst boat owners as it fosters a close-knit community of like-minded boating enthusiasts

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