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Great Success for Prestige Open Day in Phuket

9 Dec 2022

Great Success for Prestige Open Day in Phuket

Filed under: News — Asia Yachting Editor 2 @ 3:59 pm


Asia Yachting just had a successful Prestige Open Day in Boat Lagoon Marina in the sunny Phuket Thailand. The boatshow showcased a brand new Prestige 420 and a sleek Prestige 590. It’s the first time since the pandemic that Asia Yachting hosted boatshow outside Hong Kong.

The brand new Prestige 420 got quite the attention from weekend trippers who are looking to do islands hopping in Phuket. The easy-to-operate 420 comes with 2 cabins which is perfect for couple or family for a weekend getaway.

The Prestige 590 attracted families who are looking for more volume. The 61 footer comes with 3 cabin which can comfortably accommodate 6 people onboard, perfect for a family weekend getaway trip or any kind of social gatherings.

With the border restrictions more relaxed, Asia Yachting is looking to host more boatshows in southeast Asia in the coming year.

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1 Dec 2022

Cruising Hong Kong in Wintertime – Asia Yachting Recommended Routes

Filed under: News — Asia Yachting Editor 2 @ 5:20 pm

With an annual average of 26°C, Hong Kong’s winter has only a few days that are really cold. Winter in Hong Kong’s eastern waters experiences the Kuroshio Current flowing from northeast to southwest; this and seasonal strong winds in the northeast of the territory, make southern waters more appealing when motoryacht cruising.

Asia Yachting suggests one full-day excursion and two overnight cruising trips – all based on departure from Aberdeen, but destinations can be reached from across Hong Kong.


1 Full day – Southern Hong Kong Island

Particularly accessible from Aberdeen on Hong Kong Island’s ‘southside’ are nearby anchorages off the well-visited beaches of Deep Water Bay, Repulse Bay and the quieter, smaller South Bay, and Chom Hom Kok – all reachable within a 40-minute cruise.

Underway through Aberdeen Harbour you’ll notice a few live-aboard fisherfolk family houseboats.

Select the first two abovementioned bays for shore visits by tender to beachfront restaurants and cafés (Repulse Bay has more) for lunch.

After lunch, cruise to nearby Tai Tam Bay and rent a wake boat to wake surf or buzz around in and take in the dramatic rocky coastline. Operators’ boats and boards, in Stanley and in Tai Tam Tuk on Red Hill Peninsula, can be pre-booked.

Head back during ‘golden hour’, for a sundowner or two on a slow one-hour cruise back to Aberdeen.


2 Days (1 night) – Lantau

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For an overnight adventure with creature comforts, book a one-night Yachtcation package with a secure berth, power source and a stable water supply at Lantau Yacht Club (LYC). If cruising to its Discovery Bay location direct, this takes a little over an hour, but you may want to drop anchor on the way to get some views of Green Island against a backdrop of Victoria Harbour.

This destination invites exploration of Lantau Island. Enjoy anchorages off the island’s two long picturesque south-coast sandy stretches: Pui O and Cheung Sha beaches. Both have restaurants right on the sand. Lunch and some afternoon beach fun beckons, or have lunch on board here, against a backdrop of beaches and green hills.

Head back to the LYC for dinner at its Italian restaurant and sleep in the marina.

On day two, if you are a golfer, the LYC can arrange a round at the local course, or take breakfast in one of the many nearby restaurants. Then, cruise to the old fishing village of Tai O, where a few traditional houses on stilts remain, for some sightseeing and a seafood lunch. Tai O is reachable from LYC in well under an hour, even if stopping to take in some of the beautiful coastline on the way. Or, head for Lamma Island for a walk around Yung Shue Wan, and have dinner at a Chinese- or international-cuisine restaurant; alternatively, Lamma Island’s Sok Kwu Wan is known for its string of Cantonese seafood restaurants.

From Tai O, allow 90 minutes to comfortably return to Aberdeen. From Lamma, it’s 45 minutes cruising from Yung Shue Wan, and about 20 minutes from Sok Kwu Wan.


2 Days (1 night) – Southernmost Islands

Enjoy nature from your motoryacht with an overnighter to the most remote islands in southern Hong Kong waters.

A comfortable cruise to Po Toi Island takes an hour, passing the popular and more secluded beaches listed in our one-day itinerary above.

Tiny, rocky Po Toi has one restaurant: Ming Kee, on the edge of a minute sandy bay and public jetty. Hike across its few small but steep hill trails for about an hour to build up an appetite before a seafood feast.

From Po Toi, head west to the two small, rocky and beach-fringed unpopulated Soko Islands and its cluster of islets, taking an hour or so at a relaxed cruising speed. Drop anchor in one of many sheltered bays and watch sundown. After breakfast the next morning, Tai A Chau island’s slopes offer great panoramas. Piers both here and at Siu A Chau island make onshore visits easy.

Finally, set course for a cruise of under 40 minutes to either Cheung Chau or Lamma Island for lunch, and then finally onto Aberdeen in the late afternoon twilight.


If you have any enquiry on our yachting recommendations or any yachts related issues, our yacht broker Steve Li will be more than glad to help you, please contact him:


 Steve Li

 Yacht Broker

 Phone/Whatsapp: +852 6233 1573
 Email: steve.li@asiayachting.net

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24 Nov 2022

Brokerage Top Pick of the Month: 2017 Monte Carlo Yachts 105

Filed under: News — Asia Yachting Editor 2 @ 11:09 am

This gorgeous 2017 Monte Carlo Yacht 105 is currently located in Sunremo, Italy. Highly specified and in excellent condition, this 32-meter flagship is the largest and most tangible exemplification of the vision and the best expression of Monte Carlo Yacht’s iconic, timeless style and the naval allure of its collection.

With 1140 hours on the engine, she has been serviced on time and in great shape. There are 5 cabins which can host 10 guests comfortably on board. The master cabin which is located on the main deck features a full beam and giant and full-size windows gives the room the maximum comfort and space.

The large Portuguese deck at the bow and the flybridge with equipment and living space are unmatchable in its class, while the interior spaces onboard this Italian luxury yacht are incredibly voluminous and luxurious.

She is priced to sell, so contact us now for more details and arrange for a private viewing!

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26 Oct 2022

Around Phuket by Yacht – Asia Yachting Recommended Routes

Filed under: News — Asia Yachting Editor 2 @ 4:39 pm

Thailand’s boating hub, the southern island of Phuket – reachable by air or road (via a link to the Thai mainland by bridge) – offers plenty of choice for motoryacht or sailing-boat excursions. Asia Yachting, which has operations in Boat Lagoon Marina in Phuket, suggests a few itineraries below, from a full day exploring to one-night and two-night options in waters a little further from your starting point. While each itinerary would be accessible from all parts of Phuket, our suggestions assume a departure from Boat Lagoon Marina, or one of the nearby marinas – all in the east of the island – aboard a motoryacht.

With an expanse of dramatic scenery very closeby to the northeast of the Andaman Sea with the scores of islands around Phang Nga Bay – Koh Phi Phi, Koh Yao Noi and Koh Racha Yai being the best known – a cruise around some of this pristine picture-postcard seascape is a must.


1 Full day

A destination for a pleasant few hours: About 18 nautical miles away, Koh Yao Noi is within a leisurely hour or so’s ride. The narrow white sand-beach fringed, palm-tree-strewn isle can be reached faster with more throttle but our suggestion is to enjoy breakfast on board while taking in the panorama of its surrounding archipelago of islands, some with taller karst limestone centres in colours that range from grey to rusty orange-brown.

Accessible beaches are dotted around the island’s perimeter, several offering privacy.

Good snorkelling is to be had off the north of the island’s Laem Had Beach, where a few restaurants could serve as your lunch option. Kayaks can be hired for those fancy a paddle and do not have such options aboard their yacht.

A final flourish: Finish your days’ exploration with a sunset dinner at one of the few floating restaurants off the nearest island east of Phuket, Koh Maphrao – whose name translates as “Coconut Island”. Popular with domestic Thai holidaymakers, and increasingly so with overseas visitors. Wide wooden decking forms stable rafts, upon which the day’s catch – sometimes displayed live or chilled – is served at tables under open-sided pavilion roofing to diners’ preferred styles. Or enjoy the private atmosphere of dinner on an unpopulated beach on the west or south of Coconut Island or moored off one of these beaches on the deck of your yacht.

From these spots, your eastern Phuket final destination is a 10 to 15-minute cruise away.


2 Days (1 night)

Further afield: A one-nighter onboard allows the visitor to head for the most visually rich cruising grounds of that lie further east of Phuket. On the other side of the two islands of Koh Yao Noi and Koh Yao Yai are some of this part of southern Thailand’s most stunning island scenery, and good underwater vistas for scuba divers and snorkellers. Just west of Krabi town is the luscious bay of Railay Beach, at the foot of a 100 metre-plus monumental karst limestone sheer cliff.

This is a 25 nautical-mile trip, taking two hours at comfortable speed so arrange for breakfast onboard as you cruise there. Allow longer to arrive if anchoring on the way for water sports or snorkelling if equipment is to hand.

Two small bays around the base of the cliff-faced monolith, through coastal and jungle paths, is the entrance to Princess Cave – full of stalactites and stalagmites, well maintained and home to bats and swallows, this is worth a visit. If time allows, a couple of hours can easily be spent walking around this headland’s cluster of small beautiful beaches, now home to cafes and restaurants that include some five-star boutique resorts. Rock climbers, kayakers may be tempted to stay longer (waters are usually calm and a lagoon or two are reachable from Railay Beach).

If only staying in this vicinity for two to three hours, you may have time to visit “James Bond Island” – Khao Phing Kan – some further 25 nautical miles away and anchor off it to eat dinner and sleep onboard, then seeing local sights in the morning before heading southwest back to Phuket.

Alternatively, if spending longer in the Railay Beach area, finish your two days’ exploration with a sunset dinner very close to your final drop-off in eastern Phuket, off “Coconut Island” – see the last section of the above one-day itinerary (“A final flourish”).


3 Days (2 nights)

With two nights and three days, we suggest you slow down the itinerary of the two-day trip above.

So spend time visiting the beaches around Krabi (perhaps renting kayaks or paddle boards of not onboard your yacht, caves, restaurants – and possibly book yourself a spa treatment at one of the resorts in the Railay Beach and Ao Nang Beach vicinity, mooring off shore for your first night’s sleep.

Then head for “James Bond Island” – Khao Phing Kan on day 2, and then cruise to Koh Phi Phi for an onshore visit of a few hours to brows its art galleries, boutiques and get lunch there. While away some beach time and café / bar time on Phi Phi, a smaller, slightly more bohemian alternative to Phuket.

Then finish your three days’ exploration with a sunset dinner very close to your final drop-off in eastern Phuket – see the last section of the above one-day itinerary (“A final flourish”).


If you have any enquiry on our yachting recommendations or any yachts related issues, our yacht broker, Nadezhda, in Phuket office will be more than glad to help you, please contact her:

Nadezhda Lutsenko
Yacht Broker (Thailand)

Phone/Whatsapp: +66 94 952 8793

Email: nadezhda.lutsenko@asiayachting.net

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17 Oct 2022

Exclusive Nautique Sale

Filed under: News — Asia Yachting Editor 2 @ 3:26 pm

To thank Nautique owners for their continuing supports, Nautique is now offering exclusive discounts for Asia Yachting existing Nautique clients!

Enjoy incredible price discount up to US$15,000* off upon ordering of selected Nautique boats before 4 Nov!

Limited availability and while stock last – seize the opportunity now to get the latest Nautique for wake and surf in 2023!


G23 Paragon, G25 Paragon

The most innovative hull design on the market, the Paragon series serve up the very best wakesurf waves and wakeboard wakes and are completely configurable to any rider’s needs.


G23, G25

From the interior to the exterior, the elegant lines and smart design of the G series add a level of luxury and intuitiveness that is unmatched.



*Discount varies among models: US$15,000 price discount for G23 Paragon & G25 Paragon; US$10,000 price discount for G23 & G25.
In case of any dispute, Asia Yachting reserves the right of final decision.
Images for reference only.

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10 Oct 2022

Luxury Yachts Brokerage : Top Picks of the Month

Filed under: News — Asia Yachting Editor 2 @ 5:28 pm

The controversial Russian mega yacht may not be for everyone; however, Asia Yachting has picked some of the most stunning superyachts on the market in Hong Kong, offering sleek modern design and spacious layouts. Each fully furnished vessel got her own unique charms that can take your fancy for sure. Contact us now to explore the world aboard luxury yacht that you can possess right now.


Azimut 88 2011

Elegantly designed and well maintained, this Azimut 88 has 4 cabins which can accommodate up to 8 guests comfortably. It comes with a fully fitted galley, plus well laid out indoor and outdoor spaces that are perfect for social events.

She can also carry up to 3 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience for everyone. With a motivated seller, this Azimut 88 is priced to sell, schedule your viewing with us now and don’t miss up on the chance to own a gorgeous Azimut 88 with a good price.


Azimut Grande 120SL 2013

Named ‘Best Motor Yacht Over 30m’ in the 2013, this superb Azimut Grande 120SL is flaunting an irresistible combination of comfort, luxury and performance. She has a gorgeous exterior by Stefano Righini Design and fabulous interiors by Carlo Galeazzi. The sporty design is matched by the two Rolls-Royce water jets and the central booster, which help the yacht reach a maximum speed of 33 knots.

This Azimut Grande 120SL has 5 cabins on the lower deck that sleeps 10 guests. The owner’s suite is also graced with large windows allowing for more natural light. All guest cabins are en suite with generously-sized showers and a closet. Equipped with upgraded options such as Jacuzzi, Seakeeper stabilizer and audio package, she has been well looked after by the captain since delivery.

Owner will consider any offers, message us for your exclusive access to the private viewing now.


Versilcraft Planet 128 2011

More than 126 feet in length, this luxury superyacht Versilcraft Planet 128 was built by Eurocraft in Italy with top quality materials and craftmanship. She has a contemporary interior design, including a bright and spacious saloon that brings ultimate comfort to onboard living.

She comes with 4 guest cabins including the master stateroom and 2 double bed cabin and 1 twin bed cabin, all with their own en-suite. She’s in amazing condition, as there are 3 full time staff including captain, deckhand and stewardess who are looking after the yacht in a proper berth with water and electricity.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity of owning a superyacht at a reasonable price! Contact us to arrange for private viewing.

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6 Oct 2022

Asia Yachting Boat Show Showcased 5 brands in Club Marina Cove

Filed under: News — Asia Yachting Editor 2 @ 5:10 pm

Asia Yachting showcased a fleet of luxury yachts and wake boats in Club Marina Cove on the National Day-Chung Yeung Festival long weekend and attracted more than 200 visitors. Fountaine Pajot, Prestige, Monte Carlos Yachts and Nautique were among the brands that were on display, together with 2 ABJET premium jet tenders as special features on the side.

The Prestige 420 was popular among the guests who are looking to for weekend driveaway trips. This 42-footer can be operated with a grade 2 license, which gives owner convenience and privacy with the joy of driving one’s own luxury yacht.

Guests who came with family put their focus on the two 70-footers, Monte Carlos Yachts 70 Skylounge and Prestige X70, which offer lots of social and living space for family gatherings. Another family favourite is Fountaine Pajot MY6, the motor catamaran is known for its elegant design and stability at sea.

If you are interested in any of the boats that Asia Yachting are representing, please contact us to book a private viewing soon before they are gone.

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1 Sep 2022

Asia Yachting Open Day showcased a fleet of luxury boats in Island South

Filed under: News — Asia Yachting Editor 2 @ 2:53 pm

Asia Yachting just had a very successful on-the-water Open Day over the weekend to showcase a fleet of luxury boats from Prestige, Fountaine Pajot, Monte Carlos Yachts and Nautique in Hong Kong Island south. More than 150 guests showed up for this amazing 2-day showcase.

This extraordinary showcase exhibited 9 different models from all the brands Asia Yachting representing. Prestige X70 was one of the highlights of the show, as the first model of Prestige Yachts’ X line, X70’s revolutionary full beam design combines comforts of a luxurious villa and the pleasures of life at sea, the smooth transition of indoor and outdoor blurs the line of exterior and interior.

Another guests’ favourite was Monte Carlos Yachts 70 Skylounge, the spacious enclosed flybridge area that’s designed to be enjoyed in every season all year long was an attractive feature, especially among the retired guests.

Nautique G25 Paragon is popular among the wake surf crowds as well. This sleek looking wake boat equipped with a powerful 600 horsepower engine and a configurable lounge area that converts from a social space to viewing area, perfect design for a wake surfing party.

“We are grateful that this on-the-water boat show turned out very successfully. It’s a great way to make use of Hong Kong spectacular coastline and islands. 2 Nautique boats and 2 Prestige yachts were sold recently, we couldn’t be happier with this achievement in this summer,” said Asia Yachting Founder & CEO Olivier Besson.

If you are interested in any of the boats Asia Yachting is representing, seize your chance and arrange for a private viewing soon before they are gone.

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