Opening Asia To Superyachts

About Us

Asia- Pacific Superyacht Association (APSA) is the leading professional and regional yacht industry association for Asia; and the first ever cross-country association established in Asia.


  • We work to actively promote our members who are Asian yacht businesses and for worldwide yacht businesses that want to do business in Asia.
  • We promote the South, South East and Eastern Asia region to the global superyacht community as one of the world’s three main cruising regions.
  • This is achieved through collaborative promotional activities, sponsored social events and international yacht shows such as Monaco, Fort Lauderdale, Singapore and Thailand Yacht Show; and direct promotional activities year round to proactively connect our members with Captains and Owners.

Meet our Platinum Members

MY Silentworld welcomed three international charter brokers, two experiential travel agents and a journalist from The Telegraph (UK) for a familiarization trip in The Islands of Tahiti. The trip was organized and hosted by Tahiti Tourisme, Ocean Alliance and MY Silentworld and was also supported by local yachting professionals such as SEAL Superyachts Tahiti and Tahiti Private Expeditions.

The inaugural Australia Thailand Rendezvous sponsored by Benetti Yachts took place last Friday 7 February, 2020, at Phuket Yacht Haven Marina in Thailand. The Rendezvous attracted 14 vessels with Captains and crews all keen to partake and receive updates on what is happening in the Australian superyacht industry and to hear about the benefits and opportunities of including Australia as a destination...

Benetti APAC supports activities in the region that have an active mission for ocean conservation and sustainability. Earlier this month Benetti was a proud sponsor of the world’s most southerly superyacht regatta, NZ Millennium Cup, a must-do race for yacht owners looking to experience the 144 islets of Northland’s Bay of Islands while also supporting ocean sustainability projects...



In view of the continuing coronavirus epidemic and the likely effect it would have on attendance and participation in the Singapore Yacht Show next month, we have over the last few days sought the opinion of most of our major exhibitors and partners as to whether they thought we should postpone the event to later in the year. The overwhelming response has been that we should indeed do so...

Meet our Premium Members