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Singapore Yacht Show
1 Cove Avenue
A waterfront development or renovation can serve as a multi-purpose landmark that adds quality to the life of
any city, but the key is to prioritise projects and phase any development. This session will provide an overview of design and planning strategies to provide enhanced Superyacht amenities plus insights into upgrading your marinas.
Emmanuel Delarue, CEO & Founder, NDA Group
IIkka Seppala, CEO and Founder, Marinetek
Virginie Segura, Asia Area Manager, Poralu Marine
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• Profile of UHNWI spending behaviour
• Where are Asia’s HNWIs and UHNWIs allocating their assets and why?
• Satisfying the changing needs and product requirements of HNWI
Speaker: Mykolas Rambus, CEO, Wealth-X
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In 2012, the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs (MLTM) of Korea announced a plan to develop superyacht marina industry. Along with Japan, which already has infrastructure in place - a marina dockage for up to 90 meters and a yacht class dockage for over 150 meter vessels, this region fits seamlessly into an Asian cruising circuit. In this session, Nigel Beatty sheds some light on the region and its strategic importance.
Speaker: Nigel Beatty, President, SYL, Director of The Someya Group
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• Developments within the Indonesian Superyacht Industry
• A look at Indonesia’s regulatory environment and the opening of cruising grounds
• Analysing future growth of the Superyacht market in Indonesia
Jimmy Blee, Asia Pacific Superyachts Indonesia.Andy Shorten, Lighthouse Consultancy,
Captain Cilian Budarlaigh, Dr. of International Trade & Business, Partner, The Yacht Support Group
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• What are the ‘wants’ and ‘needs’ of prospective owners in terms of aesthetics?
• What influences great design and how could future trends impact on yacht design?
• Pushing the boundaries – A look at Asia’s contemporary designs
Speaker: Ed Dubois, Dubois Naval Architects
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The term “Northern European Quality” has become a stock phrase in the Superyacht industry to define the highest standard of construction. This talk will focus on the elements of quality that go to define this phrase and will offer some insight to Asian yards striving to equal or better the established quality reputation of European yacht builders.
Speaker: James Roy, Yacht Design Director, BMT Nigel Gee
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• An overview of the market activity and fleet numbers
• Evaluating current processes and procedures for gaining entry to cruise and charter in Australian waters
• Analysing current challenges within the Australian Superyacht industry and highlighting strategies taken to boost opportunities
Speaker: MaryAnne Edwards, Chief Executive, Australian International Marine Export Group & Superyacht Australia
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To be successful does require a willingness to understand and learn about how culture impacts our working relationships. A ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach will not work in multi-cultural business relationships. So, just what are some of the keys to working effectively? This panel discussion aims to shed some light on developing successful partnerships in the region.
Moderated by: Jules Kay, Managing Editor, Ensign Media
Bart J Kimman, Northrop & Johnson
Jody Chapman, Designer and Managing Director, 77 Design John Henson, Principal, John Henson & Associates
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The inaugural Asia Superyacht Conference took place in April 2009 and set a mandate to all superyacht industry players in Asia Pacific to collaborate and work together to promote the Asia Pacific region as a yachting destination. The first four editions of the conference have attracted over 300 yachting industry professionals so far, to listen to distinguished and informative speakers, to debate the key issues and discuss the new opportunities for the superyacht industry in the region.