Asia Pacific Superyachts Co-founder at Monaco Yacht Show

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Representing Asia Pacific Superyachts (APS) at the September 23-26 Monaco Yacht Show, the ultimate luxury rendezvous for the international elite clientele, will be the co-founder of Asia Pacific Superyachts and Asia-Pacific Superyacht Association (APSA) Committee Member, Gordon Fernandes.

Representing destinations throughout Asia and the Pacific the APS Director will offer new information on the APS Network of Owner-Agents, such as Borneo and Langkawi in Malaysia, Indonesia, Koh Samui and Phuket in Thailand, the Maldives, Singapore, and Sri Lanka. Gordon Fernandes is looking forward to answering critical questions from superyacht owners, captains, superyacht & charter managers and other industry professionals.

The APS director is keen to share inside information of the ‘Superyacht Hub of South East Asia’ and possible changes and future lifting of restrictions of Thailand and other Asian destinations during Covid-19 and looking toward the backend of the Pandemic. In representing APSA as an appointed Committee Member, he is actively involved in promoting members who are Asian yacht businesses and for worldwide yacht businesses that want to do business in Asia, promoting the South, South East and Eastern Asia region to the global superyacht community as one of the world’s three main cruising regions during the Monaco Yacht Show.

Fernandes further explains, “Though we cannot have a Stand this year due to Covid-19, it is important to us to have an APS representative in place to meet face-to-face with our past and future clients and provide answers to owners and captains directly about cruising destinations and new regulations and restriction lifting. I am also passionate about supporting APSA and the organisation’s goals”.

“In addition to recommending custom itineraries uniquely crafted to APS regions, there’s always changes coming up for Superyachts interesting in returning or cruising the Asia and Pacific areas. I’ll be at MYS to discuss the most thrilling and least visited spots on the planet.”