The Singapore Marine Guide (SG Marine Guide), the first online platform to help boaters, brands, suppliers, service providers and recreational hobbyists navigate the ever-evolving Singapore leisure marine industry. Designed specifically for Singapore, they cover the latest regulations, industry updates, cruising destinations and recreation activities in and around our local waters. The online listing platform already features 250+ leisure marine businesses here in Singapore and provides a unique open and neutral marketplace for companies looking to promote their services to thousands of boating customers.
Big, tall, wide or small, if you’re travelling through Southeast Asia by boat, chances are Singapore will be on your radar. A melting pot of culture and traditions, Singapore has long been one of the most important maritime hubs in the region. Today, it is estimated that almost 1,000 pleasure craft – both leisure and commercial – pass through Singapore’s 105km-long waterway each year. It is SG Marine Guide’s aim to help you navigate through or around Singapore safely and we hope that this website will also encourage you to get out and explore the region’s sensational cruising grounds. Happy boating!
With years of experience, SG Marine Guide is directly connected to the maritime industries in Singapore and across Southeast Asia. If you think we can help you, please get in contact with us. Here is a quick list of skills and services we provide:
Space is king in the modern catamaran and mainstream yacht buyers are flocking to cruising cats in numbers like never before. Relying on a formula of maximum deck and accommodation space for the length and money, in terms of a holiday platform or all-round family cruising serenity, today’s range of sailing and motor cats are seriously hard to beat. This upward trend has definitely been turbo-charged by the major manufacturers in France, South Africa, Australia and China building lighter, faster, bigger and safer multihulls, with some increasingly focusing on “super” catamarans over 18m in length.
With recent international boat shows confirming that the offshore-cat revolution is in full swing, we are proud to introduce the following five catamarans that are making their Asian or Singapore debut at the Show.
As the jewel in the crown of Fountaine Pajot’s exclusive Flagship range, the Alegria 67 redefines luxury cruising. Designed to deliver outstanding performance at sea, the new Alegria 67 is the remarkable culmination of the shipyard’s technological advances and innovative concepts, specifically designed for optimal safety and offshore performance.
The all-new Aquila 36 is a power catamaran that blends plentiful life aboard space and qualities perfect for socialising with rugged strength and control. Offering the conveniences of a large yacht including topside summer kitchen with smokeless grill, the Aquila 36 has cockpit seating for over two dozen adults and two comfortable cabins.
The Leopard 50 is the latest generation of Leopard Catamarans and is available with a hard-top exterior configuration (50P) or, for the first time on a Leopard Catamaran of this size, optional flybridge accommodation (50L). The entire exterior styling of the Leopard 50 has also been revamped to give the hull a more sophisticated look.
With her new visual identity, the Lagoon 40 immediately stands out. While faithful to the image of Lagoon’s “DNA”, a new style is born: an individual, streamlined and accomplished design depicts her large portholes and panoramic view. This creates a refined and high-performance unit. A new generation Lagoon, recognisable at first sight.
Having made its worldwide debut in 2018, the SILENT 55 is the first and only oceangoing solar-electric production catamaran in the world. The yacht uses silent electric propulsion for unlimited range with no noise or fumes and minimal vibration. The SILENT 55 is available in several power configurations to suit a variety of cruising applications.
Heralded as the region’s must-see event for nautical lifestyle enthusiasts, the four-day event gives visitors an unrivalled opportunity to discover more yachts than displayed anywhere else in the region. The Show also brings together superyacht builders, product manufacturers and a whole raft of luxury lifestyle brands all displaying their latest innovations, design concepts and product launches. In addition to these global showcases, the Singapore Yacht Show will also deliver a truly immersive experience for those looking to discover the yachting lifestyle through a series of high-octane events and activities. You can find out more and plan your visit by checking out our social calendar.
Once again the Singapore Yacht Show will showcase a stellar line-up of regional premieres. Among those yachts making their debut in Asia, here are just some of the highlights that seasoned sailors and aspiring boaters alike can look forward to viewing and even trying out: Simpson Marine will present a 14-strong line-up featuring the flagship of Sanlorenzo’s SD line, the SD126 superyacht, as well as the Monte Carlo Yachts 96; a timeless classic with a modern flair. Princess Yachts, with local dealer Boat Lagoon Yachting, will present a fleet featuring three regional debuts including the Princess F45; the latest addition to the Princess flybridge range. Ferretti Group also returns to SYS with local dealer Hong Seh Marine to display some show-stopping models, including the FY920 maxi flybridge making her Asian debut in Singapore.
Sunseeker will return with two yachts on show, including the stunning new Sunseeker 76 which will be making her Asian premiere at SYS. Marine Italia, the Singapore-based dealer for Azimut Yachts, will be showcasing the 2018 launched semi-custom model, the Azimut Grande 25, fans of sleek and sporty lines will certainly be impressed! Specialist multihull builder Fountaine Pajot will be presenting two catamarans both making their regional premieres – the new MY40 is the latest addition to Fountaine Pajot’s motoryacht range, while the Alegria 67 sailing catamaran is a fine example of luxurious comfort.
Click here for the full yacht list participating in the Singapore Yacht Show 2019.