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Preview of Exhibitors at First Hong Kong Yacht Show

With under four months until the inaugural edition of Hong Kong Yacht Show (HKYS), momentum is building as we welcome founding supporters to the new international boat show taking place from 19-22 November at Kai Tak Runway Park Promenade.

Confirmed Exhibitors

With over 20 years' experience in the yachting industry, AsiaMarine is headquartered in Hong Kong with offices in Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam. AsiaMarine's core business covers luxury yacht charter in Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Caribbean and the Mediterranean Sea. They are also the exclusive dealer of BALI Catamarans, Galeon and Wellcraft across Asia and provide yacht management services across the Asia-Pacific region. 

Asia Yachting is a leading boat dealership and yacht brokerage in Hong Kong and South East Asia, offering a full range of customised services dedicated to yachting enthusiasts from sales of new and second-hand boats to management, maintenance, crew support, berth arrangement and insurance and financing solutions. Founded in 2007, Asia Yachting represents world-class boating brands from across the world including Beneteau, Swift Trawler, Fountaine Pajot, Monte Carlo Yachts, Nautique, Prestige and Scarab.

Ferretti Group is the world leader in the design, construction and sale of motor yachts and pleasure craft. The group owns a range of prestigious brands including CRN, Custom Line, Ferretti Yachts, Itama, Mochi Craft, Pershing, Riva and Wally. Founded in 1968 the group is also active in Asia through the Hong Kong-based subsidiary Ferretti Group Asia Pacific Ltd, with representative offices and sales centres in Shanghai. 

Plymouth-based Princess Yachts epitomises the best of British manufacturing, from its quality craftsmanship to the refined, elegant and luxury interior styling of its craft. The Princess reputation for design, engineering and manufacturing excellence has earned the company global appeal and established it as a truly international brand. 

Simpson Marine was founded in 1984 in Hong Kong by Mike Simpson as a brokerage and charter company focused on meeting the needs of the developing marine industry in Asia. By the end of the 1980s, the company had been appointed regional distributor for several leading European yacht brands and had recruited an expanding team of sales and after-sales service professionals around the region. Simpson Marine represents Aquila, Beneteau Power, Beneteau Sail, CNB, Fairline Yachts, Lagoon, Sanlorenzo and Viking Yachts. 

Exhibitor's insight

“We are in full support of the Hong Kong Yacht Show having been a key partner with HKCYIA since it first launched the project. We firmly believe that Hong Kong is one of the biggest potential markets in Asia. This year, we will be in full force for the first edition of the HKYS, with several of the world-leading brands – Monte Carlo Yachts, Prestige, that we represent in much of South East Asia. Do join us!” - Olivier Besson, CEO of Asia Yachting

“We are looking with excitement to having Andy’s team bring his standard to Hong Kong. During Covid-19, a growing number of residents of the city have enjoyed boating. Hong Kong is gifted with the most scenic marine environment. Let more people delight and discover it. We support the show and will exhibit the newest and most innovative boats to the market. Wishing every participants and the organiser a wonderful show!” - Eric Noyel, CEO and Founder of AsiaMarine.

Secure Your Presence

With just 35-40 berths and limited exhibition space in this first year, interested parties are encouraged to confirm their participation as soon as possible. Full details are on the website, or please contact Verventia's sales team with any questions: sales@verventia.com.

For enquiries about media passes or becoming a media partner, please contact our marketing team.

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