Our 10th edition of the Singapore Yacht Show is happening in the early part of 2024. Dates will be confirmed soon!
Tickets are available for purchase online or at the door on Show days.
We strongly recommend pre-registration for a faster experience upon arrival.
If you have been invited to attend the Singapore Yacht Show as a guest of the organiser, exhibitor or partner, you are not required to pay. Simply follow the instructions on the invitation card to register your attendance.
Singapore has a warm and humid summer temperature throughout the year (approximately 31 ̊C / 88 ̊F during the day and 24 ̊C / 75 ̊F in the evening). However, please be prepared for sudden or heavy showers.
Some nationalities do require a visa prior to arrival into Singapore, hence we suggest checking beforehand. More information can be found here.
Absolutely! Our exhibitors and the Singapore Yacht Show team would certainly encourage this! Feel free to preview all the boats, yachts and exhibitions on display.
In general, most boats at the show can be visited, however, you will need to check in advance and be prepared to take your shoes off before boarding as requested!
Should you wish to visit a superyacht, we ask that you schedule a suitable time with the company displaying her at the Show - access is granted at the exhibitor's discretion.
Access to the superyachts on display is by appointment only. If you are interested in purchasing or chartering a particular yacht, we ask that you schedule a suitable time with the company displaying her at the Show. Access is granted at their discretion.
Yes, it is highly recommended to schedule an appointment in advance.
Comfortable shoes are a must, as you will be spending a lot of time on your feet walking around and visiting everything that the Show has to offer. If you do go onboard a boat or yacht you may be asked to remove or cover your footwear.
Yes, children can visit the Singapore Yacht Show. Children under 12 may enter the Show free of charge but will not be permitted in areas where alcohol is served.
It is a marine environment and the Singapore Yacht Show team encourages all parents to take due care and attention when visiting with their children.