As the nation’s largest in-water boat show in China, the Hainan Rendez-Vous is the first event to win the trust of renowned shipyards bringing the largest units ever displayed in the country.
Almost all the world’s important megayacht brands had a presence at Hainan Rendez-Vous last year, and they are all returning for the 2012 show.
Experts estimate the Asian megayacht market will eventually see $350-$500 million USD in annual sales, and these sales imply creation of tens of thousands of jobs across the world.
Here are just some of the graceful 40+ metre units you will see dropping their anchor in Sanya’s waters for the show. Among them the following vessels of distinction:
Helix – Launched just last August by Dutch shipyard Feadship, the Helix is 44.65-metres long and has a beam (largest width) of 9.2 metres. Unlike most megayachts, both the cabins and owner's master suite are located on the main deck, making it great for family voyages. The owner can go to sleep gazing at the stars through a huge skylight over his plush king-sized bed.
Northern Sun – This 50-metre megayacht was originally a marine research vessel used for scientific expeditions in the seas off Japan. From 2005-2009 she was converted into a luxury yacht.
Lohengrin – Built by U.S. shipyard Trinity, the Lohengrin is a 49-metre motor yacht that has five spacious mahogany-detailed staterooms with marble baths. The master stateroom has enormous windows that let the owner wake up to a 180 degree view of the sea, as well as his and her baths with whirlpool tub and heated inlaid marble floors. An extendable, 14-foot platform at the stern can be used for swimming, dining or parking jet skis.


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