3 Reasons to be at Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous 2019

Whether you’re into luxurious seafaring journeys or simply curious about the appeal of yacht travel, the Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous 2019 is a great event to be at.

Asia’s leading yachting event will be held in Phuket, Thailand.

Happening from December 12 to 15, Asia’s leading yachting event will be held in Phuket, Thailand—the leadup to an eventful yachting season starting with the King’s Cup Regatta from November 30 onwards.

Here are three reasons you’ll want to be there:

The Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous will be hosting an exclusive charity gala on December 14.

Marine conservation will take center stage

With regional environmental and marine conservation efforts at its forefront, The Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous (KRSR) will be hosting an exclusive charity gala on December 14 in partnership with International SeaKeepers Society Asia and Phuket-based Oceans for All.

The former is a not-for-profit organization that supports marine science by utilizing privately owned yachts for oceanographic research and marine conservation, while the latter endeavors to restore, protect and nurture the ocean’s ecosystem wherever tourism activities affect its balance and health. Both organizations also aim to support the local Phuket community through various CSR activities.

Luxury is also about exclusivity, mindful wellness, and the ability to support a sustainable lifestyle.

Meet the who’s who of the yachting community

The Chinese-owned, British luxury motor yacht company Sunseeker Yachts, will be making its debut at the 2019 edition of KRSR. In addition, leading yachting brands including such as OceancoBenettiBurgessCamper & NicholsonsLee MarineNorthrop & JohnsonPrincess YachtsSeal Superyachts, and many more, will be present.

Guests can also look forward to immersing themselves in various luxury lifestyle touch-points and exclusive events.

Immerse yourself in true luxury

Beyond enjoying the best experiences that money can buy, luxury is also about exclusivity, mindful wellness, and the ability to support a sustainable lifestyle. As such, this year’s KRSR will be joining forces with Thailand’s award-winning Vikasa Yoga to conduct raw dessert cooking classes and demonstrations, as well as yoga classes. Guests can also look forward to immersing themselves in various luxury lifestyle touch-points including the world’s most exclusive wines, spirits, cigars, champagne, caviar, plus an exquisite private beach BBQ at a fresh new location that will soon be revealed.

More information here.

Yacht owners interested in attending KRSR can email marketing@infiniteluxury.com

This article was brought to you in partnership with Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous 2019.

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