Lantau Yacht Club Boat Show’s strong line-up
Yachts from Absolute, Azimut, Bali, Beneteau, Capoforte, Fountaine Pajot, Invictus, Lagoon, Nimbus, Prestige, Princess and Saxdor are lined up for the first Lantau Yacht Club Boat Show.
Several of Hong Kong’s leading dealers representing top European brands have shared their provisional line-ups for the first Lantau Yacht Club Boat Show (click for announcement), which will be held from November 3-5 and open from 10am to 6pm each day.
Princess Yacht Greater China could have the largest boat at the Discovery Bay show with the Princess X80, the smaller sister of the British builder’s flagship X95, while the dealer also plans to show an S62 sportbridge and V50 cruiser. Pacific Leisure Marine is showing 320 GTO and 270 GTO from Finnish brand Saxdor.
Marine Italia, which represents Azimut in Hong Kong, Macau, Guangdong province, Taiwan and Singapore, is displaying Azimut Fly 68 (click for Review) and Fly 60 flybridge motor yachts by the Italian builder.
Absolute Marine, which represents Absolute in Hong Kong, is also set to display two models, comprising the inland Italian builder’s Absolute 60 Fly (click for Review) planing yacht and the Navetta 58 semi-displacement model.
Asia Yachting is display a Prestige 680 flybridge yacht along with Asia’s first Tanna 47 sailing catamaran (click for news) by Fountaine Pajot. Marine Service Asia, a technical support provider representing a wide range of suppliers, will display the ABJet 290 and ABJet 350XP tenders by AB Inflatables.
Simpson Marine, Asia’s largest yacht dealer, plans to showcase two of Beneteau’s Gran Turismo powerboats, the 41 and the series-flagship 45 (click for Review), as well as a Lagoon 40 sailing catamaran, the French cat builder’s entry-level model.
Cosmas Grelon, Simpson Marine’s Beneteau and Lagoon Sales Manager, said: “We’re glad to support the boat show initiative at Lantau Yacht Club as it’s a beautiful new marina with strong potential. It benefits from a very scenic location and world-class berthing facilities and is a good gateway to southern Hong Kong waters.”
Asiamarine is exhibiting a Bali Catspace sailing catamaran and a Nimbus T8, NextWave Yachting is showcasing an Invictus GT280 and a Capoforte CX240, while Asia Boating is expected to display a speedboat by Cyprus-based Karnic.