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Asia Pacific Superyachts Bringing Best to Monaco

Asia Pacific Superyachts Bringing Best to Monaco

Seamless Support – Best Local Knowledge…18 regions in 16 countries

September 12, 2017…Phuket, Thailand--Asia Pacific Superyachts (APS) returns to the Monaco Yacht Show 27 > 30 September 2017 to share news with owners, captains, yacht management companies and charter operators of the many benefits, facilities, changing regulations and natural beauty of Asia Pacific cruising regions.

APS owner-agents who will be greeting visitors at the APS QH22 Stand (next to the Monaco Yacht Club) are looking forward to bringing the best in new and critical information of the 18 stunning APS Superyacht destination regions in 16 countries.

Scott Walker, a founding director of Asia Pacific Superyachts and heading up APS Singapore and co-director of APS Langkawi, comments, 'Having sailed the waters of South East Asia for the past 20 years and with the continuous updating by my colleagues throughout the APS network, I and my colleagues are fully aware of the spectacular cruising grounds available to visiting Superyachts and excited to share new information. And, of keen importance, changing regulations in Asia Pacific regions can be discussed with our experts at the APS Stand.”

Richard Lofthouse, heading up the extensive APS Indonesia team which the majority of the bigger Superyachts (50M & over) have relied on for all of their cruising advise, support and logistic needs when in Indonesia, looks forward to more superyachts cruising South East Asia: “As the fledgling superyacht industry grows in Indonesia and more and more captains and owners discover the amazing cruising potential of Indonesia, the APS Asia and Pacific network will be in the forefront to provide honest and transparent services of the highest level to all visiting and domestic boats.”

Visitors to MYS are invited to stop by the APS exhibit with their questions for a chat over a cold beer, says APS co-founder Gordon Fernandes of APS Phuket & Myanmar and R. Rathnam of APS Andaman Islands & India: “There’s a chance every day to take home a bottle of great tasting wine - all you need is to visit us at APS Stand QH22”. For a private meeting with APS experts, email gordon@asia-pacific-superyachts.com and media are invited to contact pr-comm@asia-pacific-superyachts.com to schedule an interview/ meeting with one of the APS owner agents.

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