Princess Yachts adorned the panoramic waterfront of Marina Bay
For the third year running, Princess Yachts was back in Marina Bay Waters! Boat Lagoon Yachting was the only luxury yacht brand to be specially invited by Fullerton, alongside with other finest brands to participate in the highly anticipated inaugural Fullerton Concours d’Elegance, which took place over the weekend of 29th June to 1st July. The three-day event hosted more than 30,000 visitors from all over the world.
Both Princess 62 and Princess S65 made history by being one of the largest yachts to ever enter Marina Bay. Bringing in the yachts was by no mean an easy feat. Any vessels entering the marina reservoir had to go through a series of stringent inspection by the local authorities to ensure that it meets the international standards of quality to maintain the cleanliness of the reservoir.
The event saw our all-new Princess 62 and Princess S65 adorned the panoramic waterfront. VIP guests were treated to an exclusive cruise around the bay where they had the opportunity to get a close-up view of Singapore’s iconic landmarks – Merlion, Esplanade, Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands, Fullerton Hotel.
There were 90 vintage and classic cars from all over the world, including some from the Sultan of Johor’s private collection. Many luxurious car brands were on display as well. The Bugatti Chiron Sport made its Asian debut at the event, alongside three cars on public display for the first time in South East Asia, while Rolls-Royce Dawn Black Badge also made its Southeast Asia debut as well. Also on display were Ferrari’s Portofino and the GTC4Lussoon display.
Apart from car displays, Audemars Piguet also made presence with their rare and exquisite timepieces. Their timepieces were displayed next to the Sultan’s vintage, each corresponding to the manufacturing years of the cars.
Other highlights included: Gala dinner, live music performances, art and cultural exhibitions, workshops, family fun activities, and charity car convoys set.