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Published: Friday, 06 April 2018

Themed ‘Turning issues into opportunities in Asia’, the Asia Pacific Superyacht Conference will be held on April 10-11 at ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove during the Singapore Yacht Show.

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(Photos: BlueiProductions - Panel discussion at the APSC)

The event will see more than 16 presentations, interactive panels and Martin Redmayne of The Superyacht Group back as chairperson, which promises to be a one-stop source of networking and market intelligence.

Day one focuses on connecting governments and industries in Asia, and looks into defining a strategic roadmap for the continued growth of the industry. Discussion will be led by Nigel Beatty, Chairman of the Asia Pacific Superyacht Association, to identify critical drivers for growth and success in Asia.

On day two, themed ‘Asia Pacific 360˚ Insights’, will begin with Agung Kuswandono’s keynote address. He is the Deputy Minister for Coordination of Natural Resources and Services from the Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs, Government of Indonesia. Panel discussions will follow shortly, with focus on marinas, chartering, and the rise of expedition yachting in Asia. Topics like yacht management, insurance, and plastic waste pollution-disposal will also be included.

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(Networking Opportunities the APSC)

Other notable speakers are renowned superyacht designer Espen Oeino and Michael Breman from Lürssen Yachts. They will consider on how the global yacht industry can continue to balance luxury, design and cost against environmental issues and social impact.

Andy Treadwell, CEO of the Singapore Yacht Show says, “Many of us know only too well the pitfalls of the Asian yachting scene, but there are many opportunities as well and this conference is the meeting place to gather together the collective knowledge and bring about positive change.”

To register for the event, please visit https://ticketing.igo.events/e/182/asia-pacific-superyacht-conference-delegate