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Chapman Freeborn launches partnership with Aqua Voyage

Posted 5 December 2011 · Add Comment

The world's leading aircraft chartering company, Chapman Freeborn, has partnered with one of Asia's most comprehensive luxury yacht charter and management companies Aqua Voyage, to provide the first exclusive private aircraft and luxury yacht travel experience in Asia.

 

Through this exciting partnership, both companies will work in synergy to create innovative travel itineraries that feature a combination of luxury yacht and private jet or helicopter travel experiences designed for the discerning well-heeled traveller looking for exclusive journeys.

Nicolas Chemin, Senior Manager of Chapman Freeborn Singapore, said: “Travelling in a private aircraft represents the highest level of air travel that delivers the utmost level of comfort, convenience and security for the elites. Chapman Freeborn is delighted to partner with Aqua Voyage to provide a one-of-its-kind experience in Asia that will wrap up their exotic getaways in style.”

As leading provider of private cruise chartering services in yachting destinations across Asia, Aqua Voyage creates bespoke cruises itineraries to suit individual client requirements with each voyage helmed by certified professional crew who manage the yachts.

Also commenting on the partnership, Dalip Singh, Area General Manager of Aqua Voyage and KOP Hotels and Resorts said: “We are delighted to be part of this alliance, a first in the region, and pleased to be in partnership with Chapman Freeborn in providing exceptional travel experiences. Our private Aqua Voyage yacht voyages and excursions perfectly balance a journey by private aircraft.”

With Chapman Freeborn’s extensive aviation network, clients have the freedom to select from any aircraft types they desire, enjoying a hassle-free travel experience. One call to the local charter team will simultaneously activate the company’s charter specialists worldwide who are dedicated 24/7 to sourcing the best aircraft charter solutions.

Through this partnership, Chapman Freeborn and Aqua Voyage customise exclusive private jet or helicopter and luxury yacht travel experiences for both local and international clients.

Targeted at the high net worth individuals in Singapore, one of the packages offer clients to cruise onboard luxury yachts such as the Princess V62, Suneeker Manhattan 64 and Chris Craft to neighbouring islands (e.g. Tioman and Nikoi); with a flight back to Singapore on a private jet or helicopter.

As for international clients, the customised package will include a return flight on a private jet and three-day cruise onboard Aqua Voyage to regional waters.

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