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SY Silolona confirmed host of the 2014 Asia Superyacht Rendezvous opening party [Video]

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SY Silolona confirmed host of the 2014 Asia Superyacht Rendezvous opening party [Video] | The Thaiger
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PHUKET: Asia Superyacht Rendezvous 2014 organizers have confirmed that the event’s opening cocktail party will be hosted aboard a luxury superyacht.

“As the Asia Superyacht Rendezvous starts preparations for another spectacular event in 2014, we are happy to announce that the opening night cocktail party will be held aboard the stunning superyacht SY Silolona,” said Lucy Powell, Asia Superyacht Rendezvous event organizer.

“The Sailing Yacht Silolona, a traditional, Indonesian-style gaff-rigged Phinisi, is a truly fantastic vessel. At 50 meters in length, this beautiful vessel will no doubt leave you speechless when you step aboard and experience her wonders.

Charlie Dwyer of the Asia Superyacht Rendezvous. Video: PGTV

“Having hosted the cocktail party back in 2012, Silolona is a true favorite with returning guests, who will be delighted to hear of her return – and a marvel that new guests will be able to enjoy,” she added.

The Asia Superyacht Rendezvous 2014 will be returning to the luxurious and visually breathtaking Kata Rocks Resort, at Kata Beach, from December 16-18, 2014.

In addition to the fabulous cocktail party to be held aboard Silolona, the Asia Superyacht Rendezvous will be hosting two days of sailboat racing, the now famous Feadship Challenge, the exclusive gala dinner and the final fun-filled finale that is the crew party.

Footage from the 2013 Asia Superyacht Rendezvous. Video: PGTV

Organizers are already accepting registrations for this year’s event. To register or make further inquiries, please contact:; or visit our website at:

The Phuket Gazette and PGTV’s ‘Phuket Today’ show, the island’s only nationally broadcast television program (aired daily on True Visions channels 85 and 59), are proud sponsors of this annual event.

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