The World of Yachts magazine teams up with APSA in Monaco

This month APSA has featured heavily in THE WORLD OF YACHTS magazine, the world’s only bi-monthly Arabic international yachting magazine. This is great for APSA as coming out of the Arabian gulf we always want the yachts to turn left and come to Asia, instead of right and go to the Mediterranean!

This month the maritime legal expertise of Hill Dickinson lawyer, and APSA committee member, Alex Teiji is featured, along with the APSA sponsored CLUSTER YACHTING MONACO RENDEZ-VOUS 2018, which APSA sponsored in the presence of His Serene Highness Prince Albert of Monaco. APSA guides were on display and presented to delegates.

The APSA guides have details of EVERY MEMBER OF APSA. We want your business to prosper so we are distributing these around the world and teaming up with events like CLUSTER MONACO and with publications like THE WORLD OF YACHTS.

The APSA guide is rapidly becoming the yachting bible for Asia and the go to resource for anyone trying to find information on the Asian Yacht Industry.

It’s a fact that 12% of the worlds super yacht fleet are Arabic owned, THE WORLD OF YACHTS has allowed APSA to be a part of their platform engaging with Royal families, diplomats, business people, boating and fishing aficionados, yacht clubs and government officials in the Middle East.

Photo: APSA Guide front and center with Brothers Gregory Bonin de Pissarro (center) and Maxime Bonin de Pissarro (right) team up with famed yacht designer Espen Oeino (2nd left), Carole Orphelin (left), brand ambassador of Gabriel Boudier Distillery in Dijon, producer of Saffron Gin, and Gregory Benassi (2nd Right), General Secretary of the Clust­er Yachting Monaco.

In addition THE WORLD OF YACHTS are the Official magazine of the Dubai International Boat Show and Beirut Boat Show and Official Media Partner of Cannes Boat Show and Monaco Yacht Show and soon to be Fort Lauderdale Boat Show. 

This is all spreading the word about our Association, your business and the Asia Yachting industry.




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