As shown by the Top 100, the Tokyo Olympics and 36th America’s Cup in Auckland have ensured a record superyacht fleet in Asia-Pacific in the year ahead.
Infinite Luxury’s Michael Nurbatlian says the fourth Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous (Dec 9-12) marks the event’s new ‘responsibility towards the ocean’.
New Charity Gala to headline fourth Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous and raise money for SeaKeepers Asia and Phuket-based Oceans for All.
The 2019 Monaco Yacht Show was the biggest yet in terms of superyachts, headed by 111m and 106m giants, although the 80m Excellence won two of four awards.
The 29th Monaco Yacht Show could set multiple records for the sizes of exhibiting yachts, as Port Hercules again hosts the world’s leading superyacht event.
Built in the Netherlands by Oceanco, the 91.5m Equanimity in Malaysia has a guide price of US$130 million, far less than its original value in 2014.