APSA webinar puts focus on East Asia market, including plans to develop Hainan as a yachting centre

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The Asia Pacific Superyacht Association (APSA) webinar series ‘Grand Tour 2021’ held its second presentation of the three-part series today by exploring East Asia, with expert panelists Nigel Beatty (SYL Japan), Captain Paul Brackley (Central Yachts) and Mike Simpson (Simpson Marine) giving detailed information on Hong Kong together with the ...

The Asia Pacific Superyacht Association (APSA) webinar series ‘Grand Tour 2021’ held its second presentation of the three-part series today by exploring East Asia, with expert panelists Nigel Beatty (SYL Japan), Captain Paul Brackley (Central Yachts) and Mike Simpson (Simpson Marine) giving detailed information on Hong Kong together with the adjacent Chinese markets of the Greater Bay Area and Hainan, as well as the markets of Japan and Taiwan.

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