APS excited to return with new air-con exhibit in Monaco

The Asia Pacific Superyachts network of owner-agents are excited to return to Monaco to greet visitors at the new air-con APS Stand DS112 at MYS 2019, located in the expansive air-conditioned tent next to the swimming pool by the Parvis Piscine entrance.

 

APS owner-agents planning to attend the sensational event are keen to share news with visitors interested in Asia Pacific regions. “We are excited to share new information and government changes that will be of significant value to vessel owners and captains”, state APS Phuket and APS Myanmar co-founders, Gordon Fernandes and Jojo: “The ultimate luxury rendezvous, the Monaco Yacht Show to be held September 24-27 is where visitors can plan voyages throughout Asia Pacific with our superyacht services owner-agency network”.

 

“We have limited tickets for the show and we would be more than pleased to give these to any past or present captains who need a ticket, subject to availability”, reports Gordon, adding, “When at MYS, stop by our APS Stand DS112 in the comfortable air-conditioned tent and escape the heat!”

 

APS co-founder Scott Walker, heading up APS Langkawi, notes, “Our team will once again have the latest updates of cruising Asia Pacific for superyacht owners, captains, charter specialists, managers and other industry professionals. We are proud of our reputation in offering streamlined arrival and departure modes, representing an extension of the close cooperation between APS agents and local government and marine authorities”.

 

“We’ll be giving updates on Asia Pacific marinas and I’m looking forward to sharing information on the Hulhumalé Yacht Marina, now under development and part of the coastal island’s most ambitious and extensive new development ever in the Maldives. The Marina will service 300 yachts and provide numerous attractions and benefits”, adds APS Maldives director, Mohamed Hameed. 

 

“We’ve added a second office in Raja Ampat”, reports Captain Jimmy Blee, founder of APS Indonesia: “After my month-long Raja Ampat cruising with a superyacht owner and his guests, I thought about what makes Raja Ampat so special. First and foremost is the amazing underwater world and world class diving. A unique experience as we have slowly developed a terrific team of ‘Top Gun’ dive experts that work exceptionally well as onboard dive/ guides and we work hard to match the best guide with the specific vessel’s needs”.

 

Lastly, director APS New Zealand – Superyacht Support, Duthie Lidgard, notes: “With the 36th America’s Cup to be held in March of 2021 in Auckland, time is running out to plan for heading to New Zealand. Those yachts needing to know more about what is going on in Auckland, please don’t leave things to the last minute. I will be in Monaco to assist with reviewing vessel’s plans with Cruising, Refit, Cup and more”. Email [email protected]

 

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