Ahead of the Singapore Yacht Show happening this 11-14 April, here are five yachts set to steal the limelight at ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove. This four-day event has grown every year and now displays more yachts, tenders and marine toys than any other gathering for seasoned sailors or aspiring boaters in the region. Tickets start at SGD22 for an advanced single day pass and SGD154 for the VIP Pass.
The main saloon of this four-deck motor yacht has a terrace that opens the interior to the sea below, while the 12-seater dining space can fully open to the aft deck to merge indoor and outdoor living. There is also a new bow seating lounge, a larger flybridge, huge windows and a bigger swim platform on this 38 metre boat. The SD126 accommodates 10 guests (attended to by six crew) in a generous five-stateroom layout with a main-deck master, mirror VIP cabins and two twin staterooms.
The new F45’s extended flybridge offers generous room and flexibility. At the touch of a button, see its sliding transom extend the length of the cockpit to deliver unrivalled main deck space for a 45ft yacht. Down below you’ll find a full beam owner’s cabin complemented by a forward ensuite cabin. Reaching a top speed of 31 knots, the F45 is a handsome craft thanks to elegant full-length hull windows, beautiful resolved surfacing, and unique design details.
Ferretti Yachts 920
The first feature knowing eyes will see is the raised bow – allowing the owner’s suite to be moved forward on the main deck. The second is the amount of chill-out areas that characterise its outdoor spaces. The cockpit also features a multi-functional couch to be used as a sun bed when not serving as an outdoor dining table. Together with a swim platform that offers guests a large beach club, your crew will have all the space they need to launch and haul a tender up to 4 meters in length.
Azimut Grande 25
The latest model of the Grande line employs extensive use of carbon fibre. You’ll find the material in its superstructure, the roll-bar, hard top and transom. Doing away with typical boundaries between lounge and dining areas leaves ample room for a single, transformable zone. So apart from mealtimes, owners can organise wider spaces for freer movement between lounging areas. When necessary, the table facing the sofa can be raised to create a dining area for eight people as well.
Fountaine-Pajot Alegria 67
The jewel in the exclusive Flagship range, the Alegria 67 has an exceptionally spacious Lounge Deck that’s easily accessible from both sides of the cockpit. The Maestro version features an exquisite master suite that shatters all benchmarks set by other catamarans in her class. Each of the four double guest cabins in this version are also surprisingly large with island beds and private ensuites. The Alegria 67 promises outstanding performance at sea, with maximum stability and superb balance for outstanding comfort underway and at anchor.