Chinese builder, IAG Yachts, has always actively participated in boat shows, in order to unveil the striking design as well as excellent craftsmanship of their yachts. This year, the company attended both the Singapore Yacht Show as well as the Hong Kong Gold Coast Boat Show, which took place from 10 to 13 April, 2014 and from May 9 to 11, 2014 respectively.
These two boat shows have been rapidly growing, bringing together thousands of exhibitors and buyers. The Singapore Yacht Show 2014, which was held at ONE° 15 Marina Club, Sentosa Cove, was indisputably bigger and better than ever before.
IAG did not miss a chance like this and also exhibited their yachts information with different sizes of 100′, 127′ and 140′. Although the yard did not have one completed yacht there, there were still a lot of visitors coming to the booth and showing great interest in the yachts, especially the IAG140′ series yacht Noble Star.
With a top speed of 18 knots and a cruise range of 3,000 nautical miles, IAG superyacht “Noble Star” will enjoy cozy and smooth long-range cruising. She can accommodate nearly 10 people with five spacious cabins, and her interior and exterior were both designed by Evan K. Marshall.
Combining with the selected American walnut and unique marble package, IAG cannot wait to unveil its beauty and elegance to the world. In addition to the 140′ yacht, the yard has enthusiastically introduced other yachts to the visitors, such as a 100′ yacht in Electra series and a 127′ yacht in Primadonna series.
IAG Yachts has received great applause and recognition for its fine craftsmanship and advanced technology from the visitors who even plan to pay a visit to the yard for further discussion in the near future.
The 14th Hong Kong Gold Coast Boat Show has also presented another yachts feast at the Gold Coast Yacht and Country Club. The show is about affordable luxury and features the latest luxury power boats, yachts, water sports craft and marine-related equipment. Although there was a heavy rain during the show, 74 exhibitors with their creative yachts still welcomed numerous visitors to step aboard. The heavy rain has not stifled visitors’ passion about the show, and they were barefoot with umbrella on the dock and had close and pleasant communication with the exhibitors.
Different as that at the Singapore Yacht Show, IAG’s models and promotional materials were displayed on a barge at dock A, without renting any booth. The 100′ yacht Electra model was so inviting that received wide attention from visitors. She is a very spacious yacht with five cabins and two additional crew cabins. The passenger’s comfort and security was the main issue when she was designed and built. The beautiful interior design and extraordinary spaciousness make this yacht particularly pleasurable for private cruising or when used for luxury yacht charter.
These two boat shows have both achieved profound success and brought IAG Yachts positive results. IAG will still attend their next shows to seize more opportunities to display their top level yachts to the public.