The Hottest Day Boats, Toys, Tenders Making Waves at SYS Published: 21.04.2015
As the magnificent yachts converge onto Singapore’s shores for the fifth edition of the Singapore Yacht Show, the toys, and tenders deserve their own spotlight – offering new and fun ways to spend time on the water.
The introduction of the C-Explorer 3 submersible from show exhibitor U-Boat Worx, is the ultimate toy, that can hold up to three passengers to a depth of 1,000m. This ultra-modern submersible is built to explore the deep sea in air-conditioned comfort and allows adventurous types to explore hidden shipwrecks, search for new species or simply enjoy the breathtaking marine environment.
C-Explorer 3 submersible
Synonymous with style, performance and innovation the Wally 47 will be making its Show premier, care of Limitless Marine and local dealer, Henry Goulding Pte Ltd. This spacious sports cruiser blends practicality with indulgence and cuts through waves like a performance speed boat while the teak decks and carbon fibre components offer the finishing of a sleek, modern superyacht.
Debuting in style at this year’s Show is Van Dieman Luxury Craft their innovative convertible Sports Limousine. This James Bond style luxury Sports Limousine has an intelligent design that allows it to convert from Limousine to Sports Boat in less than 30 seconds, and is designed to give maximum volume, versatility and comfort.
Van Dieman's Sports Limousine
Got the need for speed? Powerboat P1 is the fastest growing marine motorsport series in the world, and adrenaline enthusiasts will be excited to know that P1 Singapore will be presenting a P1 Superstock powerboat at the Show. It will be exhibited on land, in the North Pavilion, and visitors are able to appreciate the powerful vessel up-close .
Other noteworthy inclusions to the Show include a variety of inflatables, that range from yacht slides, rock climbing walls, right through to trampolines – courtesy of Funair Builds, and Xtreme Machines will also be exhibiting their impressive jet ski in the North Pavilion.