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Singapore Yacht Show opens today

The Singapore Yacht Show starts today and runs through Sunday at the One 15 Marina at Sentosa Cove.
Silver Fast, a 252-foot yacht from Australia-based Silver Yachts, will be one of the largest yachts at the Singapore Yacht Show.

Silver Fast, a 252-foot yacht from Australia-based Silver Yachts, will be one of the largest yachts at the Singapore Yacht Show.

The Singapore Yacht Show starts today and runs through Sunday at the One 15 Marina at Sentosa Cove.

Organizers said the show will feature numerous regional premieres as well as large yachts, including Australia-based Silver Yachts’ 252-foot Silver Fast. Also on display will be the 125-year-old classic yacht Vega.

Sunreef Yachts is returning this year with the world premiere of its custom Sunreef 62, Anette 2 and last year’s premiere, Eagle Wings. Making their Asia Pacific debuts are the Princess S60, Princess 49 and Jeanneau’s Merry Fisher 895. The Princess 32M, P49 and Sun Odyssey will make their Singapore debut, organizers said.

Azimut Singapore will return with a prominent central location in the marina to display a range of yachts from 43 to 95 feet.

The Ferretti Group will bring six yachts, with three making their Southeast Asia debut — Ferretti Yachts 450, the Pershing 5X, and the large-volume Ferretti Yachts 700 sports flybridge.

In addition to on-water and marine displays, the show has a range of activities for families of all ages to enjoy, organizers said.

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