Thursday, November 9th, 2017

Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous

This year Asia’s most exclusive invitation-only superyacht event; the Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous, is offering an exciting three-day social programme as it welcomes back Benetti and brings Vistajet on-Board

Designed to bring like-minded people together from a personally curated guest list that features Kata Rocks villa owners, superyacht owners, and UHNW individuals interested in yachting and luxury lifestyle, industry professionals, the event has an influential mix of international and regional lifestyle, luxury travel and yachting media.

This year it includes a Superyacht cruise, gourmet beach BBQ at The Surin Phuket, ‘big boy’s toys’ presented by Sea-Doo, owners’ dinner, sunset cocktail receptions and the highly anticipated Charter Season Opening party.

Italian yacht builders Benetti are back as event sponsors and VistaJet, the global private jet leader, become co-hosts of the Benetti and VistaJet Owner’s Dinner

Peter Mahony, General manager of Benetti Asia Ltd said, “We are very pleased to return to the Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous this year. It was a fun and engaging event last December with the stunning cruising ground of the Andaman Sea as the backdrop. We look forward to the KRSR bringing all its guests around again for another wonderful experience.”

Michael Nurbatlian, Director of Marketing Infinite Luxury, said, “We are pleased to welcome VistaJet, a highly respected leader in the private jet industry in the Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous. The synergies between superyachts, luxury villas, and private jets creates a perfect partnership that will further position Phuket as an elite yachting and luxury destination in Southeast Asia”

VistaJet pioneered an innovative business model that offers customers a bespoke subscription of flight hours that can be used anywhere and at any time. VistaJet is the first choice of corporations, governments and private clients to 187 countries worldwide.

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