Visitor FAQs

Find some practical information about the Singapore Yacht Show by clicking on the quick-links below.

Show Opening Dates and Times

Show Dates
The Show takes place over four days: April 6th - 9th

Show Times
Guests registration, and Show opening hours are yet to be confirmed and are subject to change:
April 6th, Thursday: 3pm to 9pm
April 7th, Friday: 3pm to 9pm
April 8th, Saturday: 3pm to 9pm
April 9th, Sunday: 3pm to 9pm

Children under 12 may enter the Show free of charge. Tickets are S$50 for a Daily Pass, S$75 for a multi-day Pass and can be purchased online. For any problems with the ticketing service, please contact:

Valid invitations to the Singapore Yacht Show include the entrance fee to Sentosa Island on show days. To gain complimentary access to the island for the purpose of visiting the Show, visitors should show either their hard-copy invitation card, or the print out of their electronic pass at the Sentosa Gantry. Taxis and cars are permitted access to Sentosa Island however motorbikes are not allowed to enter the island.

Venue Information and Location

ONE°15 Marina Club

The ONE°15 Marina Club is named after its nautical location just north of the Equator. Its world-class marina facilities boast 270 berths including ten Mediterranean-style mooring berths for mega-yachts. Nestled within Sentosa Cove, where some 2,200 of Asia’s most expensive and exclusive homes are located, ONE°15 is an exclusive members-only club, with top-notch club facilities that include premium dining establishments, plush ballrooms, exquisite rooms and suites, modern gym and spa. It is also only a ten-minute drive to the city centre. In 2009, the Club hosted the first-ever South East Asian stopover of the Volvo Ocean Race, dubbed the Everest of yacht racing, and landed the accolade of Asia’s Best Marina/ Yacht Club. More recently it has hosted visiting mega-yachts like the 53m M/Y La Familia and the 41m M/Y Ocean Emerald who were on display at the SYS 2015.

Sentosa Cove

Evoking the allure of renowned waterfront resorts around the world, Sentosa Cove makes its mark on an international scale with its own distinct style. It complements luxury residential living with its diverse selection of sophisticated lifestyle facilities.

Other than boasting of the largest natural deep-water marina in Singapore, Sentosa Cove is also set amidst two championship golf courses, a choice of pristine beaches and lush nature trails; all these beckoning to you from your back yard.

At the heart of this premium lifestyle is the quayside village. Offering a myriad of choices with its five- star resort hotel, retail and dining outlets, the quayside village exudes luxury and romance set against a spectacular backdrop of natural beauty. Opened in 2013 the Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove offers the ultimate dining experience set within the stunning marina, an absolute must at sunset!

W Singapore - Sentosa Cove

Official Hotel Partner

W Singapore-Sentosa Cove and The Residences at W Singapore–Sentosa Cove are situated in the heart of Sentosa and adjacent to Quayside Isle, a unique specialty retail complex with waterfront restaurants and shops. Retreat in style, in one of the 240 stunning sea and marina-facing rooms and suites. Immerse in the comforts of AWAY Spa, delight in the warmth of the sun or lounge under the stars by WET pool and bar, indulge at SKIRT the boldest grill and The Kitchen Table’s interactive food stations, and explore the mixes of cocktails and DJ spins at WOOBAR. It’s all happening at W Singapore - Sentosa Cove. To book your accommodation, visit our accommodation page.

When staying at W Singapore-Sentosa Cove, you receive one free parking slot per day. W Singapore-Sentosa Cove residents also have use of the free shuttle bus from hotel to the city centre. 

Getting to Sentosa Island

Valid invitations to the Singapore Yacht Show include the entrance fee to Sentosa Island on show days. To gain complimentary access to the island for the purpose of visiting the Singapore Yacht Show, visitors should show either their hard-copy invitation card, or the print-out of their electronic pass at the Sentosa Gantry.

Taxis
Taxis and cars may access onto Sentosa Island, however motorbikes are not allowed to enter the island.

Parking
Parking is available at Sentosa Village (formerly Arrival Plaza) and Quayside Isle. Both are underground car parks and will cost visitors approximately $3.20 per entry.

Getting Around In Singapore

Getting around Singapore is quick and affordable; the public transportation system is extremely easy to use and taxis are reasonably priced. Public Transportation in Singapore is very easy to use, the three main modes of public transport are buses, the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and taxis.

Visitors can also purchase the Singapore Tourist Pass for unlimited travel on the MRT and basic bus services.

www.thesingaporetouristpass.com.sg

Public Buses
Public bus services are operated by two main bus operators in Singapore: SBS Transit Ltd and SMRT Buses Ltd.

Singapore Bus Services (SBS)
Tel: 1 800 287 2727 / +65 6284 8866

SMRT Buses Ltd.
Hotline Tel: 1800 336 8900

For more information on public buses, click here.

Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)
There are five Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) lines covering Singapore from end to end: the East-West (EW) line, the North-South (NS) line, North-East (NE) line, Downtown line and the Circle (CC) line. The station closest to the Show site is HarbourFront MRT Station. For more information on the MRT lines, refer to the Train System Map here.

Taxis around Singapore
All taxis in Singapore are metered, cheap and air-conditioned. Fares vary according to companies. The flag-down fare normally start at S$ 3.00, then S$ 0.22 for the first kilometre. Surcharges vary also by location and time of boarding. Please click here for more details.

The Weather

Singapore has a warm and fairly humid summer temperature throughout the year (approximately 31 ̊C / 88 ̊F during the day and 24 ̊C / 75 ̊F in the evening). Singapore Yacht Show would love to book only the best weather; however this is not possible and so it is worth knowing that showers are usually sudden and heavy so do be prepared for rain on a daily basis during the show.

Visa Applications

Visit our Visa Information page for further details.

Singapore Yacht Show Boat and Yacht Specific Information

Can I buy a boat or yacht at the Show?
Absolutely! Our exhibitors and the Singapore Yacht Show team would certainly encourage this!

Can I visit any vessel on display at the Show?
In general, most boats at the show can be visited, you will need to check in advance and be prepared to take your shoes off before boarding as requested!
Should you wish to visit a superyacht, we ask that you schedule a suitable time with the company displaying her at the Show - access is granted at the exhibitor's discretion.

How can I get aboard a superyacht?
Access to the superyachts on display is by appointment only. If you are interested in purchasing or chartering a particular yacht, we ask that you schedule a suitable time with the company displaying her at the Show. Access is granted at their discretion.

Should I make an appointment in advance to visit a manufacturer, dealer or broker?
It is highly recommended.

What kind of clothing and footwear should I wear?
Comfortable shoes are a must, as you will be spending a lot of time on your feet walking around and visiting everything that the Show has to offer. If you do go onboard a boat or yacht you may be asked to remove or cover your footwear.

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