on 2nd February 2012 | No Comments »
UK yacht builder Sunseeker presents the new flagship tri-deck motor yacht Sunseeker 155, which is currently in build and is due to be launched in 2014.
With a 4500 nautical mile range, this is the first ever semi-displacement, round bilge and long keel hull from Sunseeker.
This yacht will reportedly have 40 percent more interior space than the company’s current flagship, the Sunseeker 40M.
on 18th April 2011 | 1 Comment »
After four thrilling days of exclusive parties, glamourous entertainment and intense networking, the Hainan Rendez-Vous 2011 ended last Monday leaving no doubt about its status as the region’s leading yacht show.
The superyacht show, which also incorporates a business jet exhibit and displays of luxury properties and high-end brands, once again drew crowds of China’s most affluent individuals to Sanya city in the ‘Chinese Riviera’ of Hainan Island.
This year’s edition had twice as many exhibitors as last year’s Hainan Rendez-Vous, and generated several billion RMB worth of transactions.
on 14th December 2010 | No Comments »
The London International Boat Show is set to feature a used boat marina for the first time when it opens its doors to the public again on January 7.
The show, which prides itself on being a family friendly affair as much as a place for the super-rich to splash their cash, says that it is responding to visitor demand in introducing the used boat marina at the annual event.
“This new feature has been introduced to the 2011 Show following overwhelming visitor feedback for used boats,” said the show’s boss Andrew Williams.
on 6th September 2010 | 4 Comments »
UK-based Sunseeker has unveiled the stunning new 40-metre (131-ft.) superyacht it plans to debut at the upcoming PSP Southampton Boat Show.
The 40M builds on the success of Sunseeker’s 37-metre model, employing the extra length for balconies and more expansive teak decks.
An increased rake makes for an impressive streamlined profile a sharp, ocean-going bow.
Stairs which curve inwards on each side of the hydraulic central bathing platform make for a dramatic “all aboard” to an exciting superyacht.
on 24th April 2010 | No Comments »
Sunseeker China has sold a sublime Sunseeker 80 Yacht to Chinese snack food giant Want-Want Group (whose Chinese characters signify prosperity).
The purchase reflects the exceptional quality of lifestyle associated with the blossoming Chinese yachting industry.
Recognised by Forbes Global as one of the finest companies in the world with a revenue stream below $500 million, in its 40-year plus history, Want-Want has become a household name in China.
The company already possesses two private jets so it was a logical step for the group’s chairman to purchase this 24.44-metre behemoth of pure luxury.
on 14th April 2010 | No Comments »
By most measures, the self-styled “Chinese Riviera” on Hainan Island has a long way to go before catching up to Cannes, St. Tropez or Nice.
But the organizers of Hainan Rendez-Vous at the island’s Sanya resort did their part to boost the area’s image this past weekend, hosting an extravaganza of private jets, vintage and top-end autos, luxury properties and giant yachts.
The first edition of the Hainan Rendez-Vous attracted last week end over 5,600 visitors during the three-day event which featured more than 150 exhibitors.