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Published: Thursday, 21 November 2013
Mike Fulton

The finishing touches are being put together for Hong Kong’s other definitive marine show, the Hong Kong International Boat Show, which will run from 29 November to 1 December at Club Marina Cove in Sai Kung. This year marks the 31st edition of the show. Some 27 yachts are expected on the in-water display in the marina, while another 27 exhibitors have already signed up for booth space on the hardstand area. 

The Ferretti Group will be there showcasing their Ferretti 690, Aqua Riva 33 and Pershing 82, all for the first time in Hong Kong, It’s a first in Asia for the Pershing, which was hull number one of this range and is likely to be the centrepiece of the show. They will also have a Ferretti Navetta 26 on display.


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Starship Yachts will have a Cranchi 64 and Cranchi 66 in the water and will be co-showing the Ferretti 690.

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Promax Marine Limited will have three Sessas on display, the Fly 40, Fly 45 and the Key Largo 24.

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Nextwave yachting will be showcasing their stock boat, a Sealine S450, which has incidently just been sold.

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Jebsen Marine will be at Marina Cove again this year with a Hanse 385 sailboat, a Fairline Squadron 50 and their flagship, the Fairline Squadron 78.

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This year Sunseeker Asia will have a Manhattan 63 on display.

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Hong Kong Ocean Blue Yachting Limited will be exhibiting the 37-foot Midnight Express, a high-powered performance boat that can reach speeds over 40 knots and do it with considerable luxury and comfort.  

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