Heysea Yachts present in major boat shows
Published: Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Chinese shipyard Heysea Yachts has been actively participating in the recent boat shows in Asia, including the Dubai International Boat Show (February 28-March 4), the Singapore Yacht Show (April 6-9) and the Asia Pacific Yachting Conference on April 6.
(Dubai International Boat Show)
Heysea showcased Sealink 152ft, global-star Asteria 108, Asteria 95 and Zoom 76 at the shores of Dubai.
Allen Leng, Chairman of Heysea, said: “The 2017 Dubai International Boat Show was a big step to bring Heysea superyachts to the Middle East territory since it is the most important market for superyachts over 40m with plenty of wealthy clients.
“The whole schedule was arranged before the show started. We have discussed cooperation details with several intended brokers during the show in order to develop the Middle East market in full force.”
After that, Heysea attended the Singapore Yacht Show. According to Heysea’s Global Sales Network Plan, the Show is a stepping stone for the expansion of the Southeast market.
(Singapore Yacht Show)
The 13th Asia Boating Award was held during the Singapore Yacht Show and Heysea was shortlisted in four categories as:
Best Asian Yacht Builder
Best Asian Built Yacht
Best Flybridge Yacht（above 80ft）
Best Brand Presence in China.
Heysea was the only Chinese yard as shortlist of nominees for four categories. The shipyard was ranked one of the world’s Top 30 builders in the Global Order Book for the third year since 2014.
(Asia Pacific Yachting Conference)
During the Asia Pacific Yachting Conference, Leng was the only Chinese representative that was invited to join the panel discussion for exploring effective ways of engaging securing and entertaining the Asian superyacht client base with the industry leaders.
Leng said: “It is an honour for me to attend this conference on behalf of Chinese yacht builders. This is the evidence of the superyacht manufacturing qualification of Chinese yards in the Southeast and global market and also the confirmation of made-in-China products. “