, 2022-06-30 03:03:00,
“Sales have surged, driven in large part by our base of loyal customers upgrading to bigger boats, and their referrals of friends who seek the service assurance of a long-standing local dealership. About half of these new yacht sales were to existing clients.”
He said that as a result of this trend, during the last 24 months, the best-selling yachts have also become the larger ones, with 30 of the new yachts sold being 70 feet, and larger.
“A number of years ago, Boat Lagoon Yachting sold the first 80-foot Princess Y75 yacht in the world – hull number one – and since then this segment has continued to be the most successful in the region for Boat Lagoon Yachting. Among the yachts we have sold in this size segment are six units of the latest Princess Y85 series. And, in this year alone, we have also sold three of Princess Yachts’ flagship 95-foot yachts, including two X95 yachts and a Y95 yacht, with the latter, again, the first sold in the world – hull number one,” Mr. Yongsakul said.
According to Mr. Yongsakul, even though the region has benefited from the buoyancy of the global yacht sector, Singapore and particularly Thailand stand out as exceptions in being more challenging and demanding markets.
“These are countries where word-of-mouth and long-term relationships are the keys to success, and this has helped Boat Lagoon Yachting secure a greater than 75% market share of new yachts sold that are in the range of 55ft to 100ft and manufactured by a global brand,” he said.
“Having sold more than 90 new boats in this size range in recent years, we are fortunate to have a family of owners who are ready to move to larger yachts. At the same time, the amazing new designs in the range are helping…
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