If it is Yachting and it's in Asia - we've got it covered. Editorial writing and photography by yachting experts who know the region and the people.

Suzy Rayment, Guy Nowell and Nic Boyde are the gold standard when it comes to high quality editorial coverage of boating in Asia. Previously the owners of Yachtstyle, the trio have now created a new partnership, Asia Yacht Press, a media service dedicated to communicating marine matters in Asia, written by people who know the difference between a halyard and a handspike, who write in English, and who avoid cliched superlatives like 'stunning', 'iconic', and 'coveted'.

AYP can provide editorial, advertorial, press releases, media distribution and photography services, fine-tuned to yachting in Asia and recently published 'Cruising Hong Kong' a celebration of Hong Kong’s unique and stunning cruising grounds.

"If it floats, we know what it is. We probably know the owner, too"

Adastra, Middle Island, Hong Kong

Whether you want copy for your magazine, or images for your publication, we're here to help. If you can't see what you are looking for ask". If you have some news for the yachting and boating community that you want to promote - then talk to us about our Press Release writing and circulation service. If you want to throw a party or run another kind of event for boaters - we can help to get you the event exposure you want and invite the attendees you require.

Suzy, Guy, and Nic are experienced sailors and rowers; all have sailed offshore; all have raced pretty much everything "around the cans"; all have rowed at international level; all have enjoyed cruising in sailing yachts, motor yachts and superyachts. They all have wide experience of the leisure boating industry in Asia and continue to expand their knowledge of the marine community in this part of the world. They can read between the lines, and know what works in the region - and what doesn't!

They know the brands, the advertisers, the journalists, the chandlers, the builders, the salesmen, the marinas, the cruising-grounds, the clubs, and critically - the people who buy and own the boats".