Those with a taste for space and opulence will not be disappointed with the Singapore Yacht Show’s line-up of 24m-plus yachts. This month’s event will welcome its largest ever entry to date, the 75,5m charter yacht Anastasia, available for sale and also for mega yacht charter. Built by the prestigious Dutch manufacturer Oceanco, superyacht Anastasia has received a number of prominent prizes, comprising the World Yacht Trophy for Best of the Best Custom Motor Yacht over 40m.
The impressive 69m charter yacht Saluzi, the biggest luxury charter yacht permanently based in Asia, will be also showcased during the event. The former mini-cruise ship has recently completed an extensive refit that has transformed her into a unique and highly stylish floating beach house with very low fuel consumption. Her 32 crew take care of up to 32 guests, accommodated in two masters, seven VIPs and seven deluxe cabins, spread over 1,650sqm of guest space across five decks.
The striking 51.8m superyacht Jade 959 will also join the line-up of 24m-plus yachts at the Singapore Yacht Show. Accommodating up to 12 guests, her outdoor cinema with karaoke system and abundance of watersports options make her the perfect family charter yacht for the adventurous at heart. Two beautiful sailing yachts, the 28m Sparkman & Stephens ketch charter yacht Letizia and 34m custom-built yacht Ocean Runner, will be also on display during the event.
Two exciting yachts: 51.0m motor yacht Aldabra and 34.0m motor yacht Azul A will be also showcased at the Singapore Yacht Show. The striking M/Y Aldabra features a sophisticated and sporty exterior design with a beautiful, light interior. Six guest cabins sleep up to 12 guests and the full-width owner’s suite features a dropdown balcony. Combining relaxed luxury with ocean-going capabilities, M/Y Azul A has recently undergone a major refit, and she now accommodates up to eight guests in four cabins in real styl, with a crew of six to provide for guests’ every possible need. The ideal cruising yacht, her 2.3m draft enables her to reach those beautiful shallow spots inaccessible for some yachts of this size, and her modern stabilisation system means that guests can cruise in ultimate comfort.
As one of the first worldwide yachting brands to invest in the Asian market, Gulf Craft continues to use Singapore as its platform of choice to present its ever-expanding range of yachts to the region. This year, Gulf Craft will showcase a number of larger yachts, the highlight of which will be the regional debut of the luxury yacht Majesty 105.