VIDEO: Singapore Yacht Show adds exhibitors for 2015

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Singapore Yacht Show organizers said 11 more companies signed on as exhibitors for the 2015 show next spring.

Organizers said many of the newly confirmed exhibitors are returning after a successful show this year. However, 2015 will be the first year at the show for boat dealer Boatlab, marine stabilizer manufacturer Seakeeper and modern classic yacht builder Spirit Yachts (Asia).

The show will be held April 23-26 at the One 15 Marina Club in the island resort port of Sentosa.

Organizers released the official 2014 show film:

Other recently confirmed names for the fifth edition of the show are Aquila Yachts, Cigisped, Complete Marine Freight, Grand Banks, Hong Seh Marine, Multihull Solutions, Northrop & Johnson Asia and Riviera Australia.

Organizers said 65 percent of docks A to E are booked for the 2015 show.

"Following a popular and successful show this April, we are thrilled with the momentum that has already started building for next year’s edition. It’s great to see so many of our past supporters committing to return at this early stage to secure their preferred places, and we are naturally delighted to be welcoming new friends to the show, as well,” sales and marketing manager Nicola Tyler said in a statement.

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