The inaugural Hong Kong Yacht Show, scheduled to run from 19 – 22 November 2020, has been postponed.
Andy Treadwell, the CEO of the show co-organiser Verventia, said: “With just over four weeks left until the planned opening of the first edition of the Hong Kong Yacht Show, there is unfortunately still a lot of uncertainty about exactly what we would be able to deliver next month. So, with the agreement of the vast majority of our exhibitors, for whose wholehearted support we are extremely grateful, we have decided to postpone the show to October 2021.”
He added: “By that time, we are all confident that these dramatically unpredictable and economically difficult times will be behind us, and we will be able to deliver a truly professional, attractive, entertaining and highly populated boat show, worthy of its name, and a proper representation of our important industry.
“I am extremely sorry about the situation – especially for my hard-working team – but as everyone will appreciate, it is entirely out of our hands. We thank all our partners and stakeholders once again for their continued support.”
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