Ferretti Group provides VIP yachts for Chinese regatta

The Ferretti Group is the exclusive motoryacht partner for the SiNan Regatta.
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The Ferretti Group is the exclusive motoryacht partner for the SiNan Regatta, the fourth annual sailboat race and golf tournament in Sanya, China.

As motoryacht partner, Ferretti will bring its 650 and 690 Hard Top to take VIP guests to the offshore racing.

SiNan is a multiplatform lifestyle week that includes an art show, cocktail parties, a Texas Hold ’Em Challenge and golfing. Ferretti sponsors the Ferretti-SiNan Cup VIP Golf Tournament at Yalong Bay Golf Club and Hotel.

“Yachting and golfing are two popular leisure [activities] among HNWIs [high net worth individuals] in China,” Ferretti Group Asia Pacific sales director Alessandro Tirelli said in a statement. “We are winning Chinese HNWIs’ favor, especially the boat owners of SiNan Regatta.”

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