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A mesmerising Ferretti Group at the Singapore Yacht Show

Thursday, 06 April 2017

South East Asia enjoyed 3 premières in a 6-yacht fleet,

representing the Ferretti Yachts, Pershing and Riva brands

Singapore, 5th April 2017 - Ferretti Group is rapidly becoming one of the top names in Asia Pacific too.

6 very successful yachts, with 3 making their debut in South-East Asia, will be ready to disembark at the seventh Singapore Yacht Show from April 6th to 9th.

Because expanding also means keeping your promises about being innovative: in terms of the fleet, engineering concept, and a fabulous yachting experience.

The yachts about to drop anchor in Singapore for the first time are the new Ferretti Yachts 450, one of the most successful flybridges in international markets today, and the Pershing 5X - the first in the new “Generation X” Pershing yachts and the last coupé in the fleet. The large-volume Ferretti Yachts 700 sports flybridge is particularly popular in these markets, and will also be celebrating its debut in Asia’s city-state.

Year after year, the Singapore Yacht Show is becoming one of the top events attended by leading boatyards in this part of the continent, attracting guests and enthusiasts from all around Asia as well as Europe and America. The location of the event also plays a hand in its success: the prestigious One °15 Marina Sentosa Cove is a splendid arena covering an area of more than 4000 square metres.

Ferretti Group will be taking part in the 2017 boat show with the support of its exclusive dealer Hong Seh.

After coming aboard the floating stand, guests and yacht owners will be able to admire the fleet of 6 splendid 45 to 75 feet yachts on display, representing the Ferretti Yachts, Pershing and Riva brands.

As well as the 3 new yachts, they will also have the opportunity to visit 2 iconic Riva vessels, the 75’ Venere and the 56’ SportRiva, in addition to the Ferretti Yachts 720

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