FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions

Show Dates: The Show takes place over four days: April 11th - 14th 2019

Show Times: Guest registration, and Show opening hours are:

April 11th, Thursday: 3pm to 9pm

April 12th, Friday: 3pm to 9pm

April 13th, Saturday: 2pm to 9pm

April 14th, Sunday: 2pm to 8pm

The Singapore Yacht Show is held at ONEo15 Marina Sentosa Cove on the south-eastern side of Sentosa Island. Sentosa Island is located south of the main island of Singapore and is accessible via a causeway. The main entrance to the Show is along Ocean Drive.

Multi-Day - $50 onsite

Single Day - Thur & Fri $25 onsite

Single Day - Sat & Sun $35 onsite.

Tickets are 10-20% cheaper if you register ahead of the show days

Children under 12 may enter the Show free of charge.

For any problems with the ticketing service, please contact: visitor@singaporeyachtshow.com

Tickets are available for purchase online or at the door on the Show days.

We strongly recommend pre-registration for a faster experience upon arrival.

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 present to the Sentosa Gantry either their hard-copy invitation card, or the print out of their electronic ticket.

Take note: only taxis and cars are permitted access to Sentosa Island; motorbikes are not allowed.

You can reach the Singapore Yacht Show by public transport, taxis and ride sharing service, and by car. 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 at the Sentosa Gantry either their hard-copy invitation card, or the print-out of their electronic ticket.

Public Transport

The nearest Mass Rail Transport (MRT) station is HarbourFront and bus interchange is located across Pasir Pajang Road from VivoCity. Sentosa Cove run regular shuttles between HarbourFront and VivoCity to the Singapore Yacht Show. Full details and costs for the MRT system can be found here and the details the Sentosa Cove Shuttle can be found here.

The MyTransport Singapore mobile application is available for iPhone or Antroid can provides comprehensive journey planning, timetables and fares.

Taxis and Ride Sharing

Singapore’s taxi providers, Uber and Grab all service Sentosa Cove and the Singapore Yacht Show. Fares can vary during peak times however here is a guide.

Marina Bay to Singapore Yacht Show | 20-minute drive | SGD$15

Changi Airport to Singapore Yacht Show | 30 to 40-minute drive | SGD$35

Orchard Road to Singapore Yacht Show | 15-minute drive | SGD$15

Comfort and CityCab Ph: + 65 6552 1111 or search your app store for ComfortDelgro Taxi

SMRT Taxis Ph: +65 6555 8888 or search your app store for SMRT Book a Taxi

Uber and Grab are also available in Singapore through their respective mobile apps.

Car Parking

Parking is available at Sentosa Village and Quayside Isle. Both are underground car parks and charge hourly rates.

Ultimately, the Singapore Yacht Show is a party with a variety of food, wine and events. There is ample parking on site, yet we recommend taking alternate transport to ensure you can sample everything on display without limitation.

No. If you have been invited to attend the Singapore Yacht Show as a guest of either the organisers or an exhibitor or partner you will not need to pay to attend. Simply follow the instructions on the invitation card to register your attendance.

Singapore has a warm and humid summer temperature throughout the year (approximately 31 ̊C / 88 ̊F during the day and 24 ̊C / 75 ̊F in the evening). The 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.

Some nationalities do require a visa prior to arrival into Singapore. To see if you require a Visa, please visit our Visa Information page for further details.

Absolutely! Our exhibitors and the Singapore Yacht Show team would certainly encourage this! Why not preview all the boats and yachts plus exhibitors on display

In general, most boats at the show can be visited, however, 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. See the Yacht List to make an appointment.

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. See the Yacht List to make an appointment.

It is highly recommended. See the Exhibitor List to make an appointment.

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.

Yes, children can visit the Singapore Yacht Show. Children under 12 may enter the Show free of charge but will not be permitted in the areas where alcohol is served.

It is a marine environment and the Singapore Yacht Show team encourages all parents to take due care and attention when visiting with their children.

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