Singapore Yacht Show starts today

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Now in its third year, the annual Singapore Yacht Show opens today and runs through Sunday at the One 15 Marina Club in the island resort port of Sentosa.

Dubbed “the region’s premier lifestyle event” by organizers, the show brings together a collection of luxury yachts, motor vehicles, fine art, property, fashion and nightlife.

Nearly 60 boats will be on display, a diverse mix of power and sail, production and semicustom vessels.

Brands familiar to the North American market include Azimut, Beneteau, Four Winns, Grand Banks, Marquis, Meridian, Pursuit, Riviera and Viking.

The fleet ranges from the 19-foot ZAR Mako to the 195-foot motoryacht I Dynasty from the Italian builder Benetti.

Click here for a preview and click here for a report on the opening by SuperYachts.com.

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