Classic cars, luxury properties, and a range of dazzling jewellery, beautifully crafted handmade watches and leather goods: these are what you can expect exactly a week from now at Raffles Marina, where Singapore Rendezvous will be returning for its second edition.
If you haven’t already marked your calendars for October 5 to 8, here’s a little preview of what’s to come that just might make you do so.
This year, Southeast Asia’s most anticipated luxury lifestyle event will be joined once again by ProMarine Yacht Sales, a yacht brokerage and management company. ProMarine Yacht Sales & Gulf Craft will be presenting two of its newest models, the Nomad 65 and the Majesty 48, for interested guests to view. Once you step foot on to these two fine yachts you will know the quality and open living for space & comfortability — perfect for Singapore waters.
Acquaint yourself with the Majesty 48. This 14.9-metre stunner will be anchored right by the marina throughout the four-day extravaganza for all your viewing pleasure. Aside from its gorgeous exterior, the yacht also features three spacious decks that can accommodate up to six guests — plenty of room for you and your companions to relax and unwind.
The long range Nomad 65 deserves no less attention. The yacht showcases some of the best design, engineering, and craftsmanship that Gulf Craft has to offer, as illustrated by the many awards it has received throughout the world. The 20-metre yacht also makes room for 3 cabins and 2 crew cabins, all featuring a sleek, contemporary interior finished in olive wood veneer.
Whether you are looking at buying for charter, living on board or for your corporate clients, Promarine Yacht Sales is committed to fulfilling their client’s dreams and requirements. Head down to Raffles Marina next week, where Promarine Yacht Sales will provide all in giving you the comfort and service that you ask for.
Plus, the venue also happens to be the best sunset location on the island, so you’ll get to admire some of Asia’s finest yachts as they are bathed in beautiful golden light. That’s certainly not a sight to miss.