Security Breakfast Briefing for Captains at Monaco Yacht Show

For superyacht Captains worried about security issues the Asia Pacific Superyacht Association (APSA) has announced it will hold a breakfast briefing on the morning of 26 th September for yacht Captains, discussing issues surrounding security in the Asia Pacific region.

Despite various press reports the region has a very good safety record and is becoming increasingly popular amongst Superyacht Owners and Crew as a ‘go to’ destination. The aim of the briefing is to allow Captains to receive up to date information from fellow Captains who have cruised in the region and more technical issues from one of the leading P&I Clubs for yacht insurance.

All Captains are welcome to join the briefing and are requested to register interest with Paul Lam

Asia-Pacific Superyacht Association (APSA) is a non-profit association fully incorporated in Hong Kong inApril 2011. It consists of various categories of Members and is run by an elected Committee of up to 7 people who are representative of the superyacht industry in the Asia Pacific region.

The primary objective of the Asia – Pacific Superyacht Association is to promote the Asia – Pacific region to the global superyacht community both as the world’s “third cruising destination” and as a superyacht construction, refit and services location. APSA is working towards attracting more superyachts and helping the industry to overcome any challenges which may arise. APSA is financed through membership, sponsorship, ad revenues and donations.