Private jet aviation is increasingly partnering up with leading luxury yacht charter agencies and vessels in a bid to deliver on the ever-changing demands from Australia’s elite holiday makers for the ultimate seamless luxury travel experiences.
The Australian Superyacht Rendezvous, being staged at Gold Coast City Marina and Shipyard this week (20 to 21 April 2018), will see Adagold Aviation Pty Ltd forging even more travel collaborations with more than $200 million worth of mostly charter superyachts on show at the event.
Adagold Aviation’s Market Development Manager, Katelyn Aslett, says there is a natural synergy between private jets and superyachts because of luxury travel demands of high net worth travellers.
“At Adagold we greatly value forming strong relationships and taking a collaborative and creative approach to building new business opportunities for high net worth luxury travel” Ms Aslett said.
“Globally, the travel needs of elite travellers is evolving where safety and privacy are of the utmost importance. By working directly with individual superyachts, we can ensure the utmost ease and privacy for guests, no matter where they are coming from and where the ultimate destination”.
“While first class travel might be comfortable, nothing compares to a private jet and Adagold’s private jetting enables our travellers to fly directly into exotic locations and therefore have more quality time on their state-of-the-art superyacht charter – it makes complete sense and adds to the overall luxury experience while avoiding lengthy transfers”.
Adagold Aviation has been a trusted provider of exclusive, discreet and professional private jet charter for over 25 years. Adagold Aviation is a trusted provider to the Australian Government, Australian Defence Force, international dignitaries and VIPs.
Since last year’s Australian Superyacht Rendezvous, Adagold has been crafting exclusive travel itineraries in partnership with Silentworld – one of the most popular Australian charter yachts due to its 12-person overnight capacity. Silentworld, which is one of the 19 superyachts on show at the Rendezvous, cruises Australia’s east coast and the South Pacific (Tahiti, Fiji and Cook Islands).
Ms Aslett says Adagold has a history of supporting the boating and yachting industry, having managed charters to various remote locations for fishing charters, yachts and superyachts and larger cruise vessels in the waters around Papua New Guinea, West Papua, Indonesia, Solomon Islands, northern Australia, Fiji and Tahiti.
“Charters have included longer stay options with complex itineraries and logistics to day trips for large corporate groups for a day on the water,” she said.
The $200 million worth of superyachts attending this year’s Australian Superyacht Rendezvous include Antalax, Atlantic Princess, Aurora, Aus Pro, Blinder, Corroboree, Crystal Blue, Deep Blue, Lady Pamela, Masteka 2, Murcielago, Mystic Tide, Oneworld, Pacific Quest, Patriot 1, Sassy, Settlement and Silentworld.
The 2018 Australian Superyacht Rendezvous will see four events, including an industry round table, superyacht industry networking event, an “open decks” showcase of superyachts, and a high glamour VIP cocktail event celebrating the economic potential of Australia and the Asia Pacific as a superyacht hotspot.