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Kata Rocks launches own ‘Superyacht Rendezvous’

Kata Rocks launches own ‘Superyacht Rendezvous’

PHUKET: Kata Rocks will proudly host yachting’s elite during the inaugural Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous (KRSR) on December 10-12, sponsored by Infinite Luxury, the development and management brand behind Kata Rocks.

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By The Phuket News

Saturday 6 August 2016, 02:00PM


The KRSR is a complimentary event open to sailing and motor yachts over 24 metres in length along with selected yachting industry partners.

“Kata Rocks has hosted previous superyacht rendezvous over the past few years and is now launching its own event,” said an announcement issued on Monday (Aug 1).

“By invitation only, the KRSR event is designed to bring like-minded people together to connect in a relaxed social environment. Our hand-selected guest list features Kata Rocks villa owners, superyacht owners, industry professionals and media.” the press statement said.

“KRSR offers the opportunity to partake in a truly first class three-day programme of events both on and off the water, culminating with the Charter Season Opening Party,” it added.

Partners are already joining Kata Rocks in order to be associated with the inaugural KRSR. Burgess, the global superyacht industry leader in all aspects of superyacht sales and management, has already joined as a participating partner.

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Richard Pope, CEO of Infinite Luxury, says, “It’s a pleasure to welcome Burgess as a partner. Burgess has been a pioneering player and true authority in the superyacht industry for the past 40 years.”

Hemisphere Crew Solutions, a superyacht crew recruitment specialist based in Monaco, also joins as a participating partner along with Seventy-Seven Design, a superyacht-design company based in Singapore. More partners are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

For the Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous full programme, click here

 

Potential yachting partners and yachts can enquire directly with Michael Nurbatlian, Director of Marketing at Infinite Luxury on Michael@infiniteluxury.com. Invitation and acceptance of any booking is based on availability and subject to prior approval.

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