Nafplio Port - 6th Mediterranean Yacht Show, May 4th to 8th 2019
The Mediterranean Yacht Show returns to Nafplio for the 6th consecutive year, following its great success of the previous years. From May 4th to May 8th 2019, the Argolic capital becomes the focus of marine tourism, hosting in its picturesque harbor a large number of impressive, luxurious pleasure boats and their crews. In fact, the duration of the event extended by one day this year, to be able to satisfy the large number of yacht and yacht brokers.
More than 400 industry professionals, coming from 23 countries, from the United States and Canada, as far as from Russia and Australia, are visiting Nafplio as part of an event that has now established itself as the largest show of luxurious crewed boats available for charter. Recording an uptrend, the Mediterranean Yacht Show, which is organized by the Greek Yachting Association (GYA), is recognized as the most important show of its kind worldwide, surpassing in size respected relevant shows, held in Antigua and Barcelona. This great success has achieved to consolidate the event in the calendar of the majority of foreign professionals in the yachting industry as one of the largest in its kind, making it an integral part of the annual follow up on developments in the field of luxury pleasure yachts chartering in the Mediterranean.
This year's event is expected to exceed all previous records, with the number of registered vessels rising up to 120. Within the Mediterranean Yacht Show, more than 24 exhibitors are presented, for supplies and services related to marine tourism. Also, numerous thematic events and receptions are taking place, framing all the days of the exhibition and offering the possibility of discussions about yachting.
Did you know that?
The Mediterranean Yacht Show is an initiative that aims exclusively at the international promotion of Greek high quality tourism, which is the spearhead of Greek tourism.
Following the huge success of the 5th Mediterranean Yacht Show, holding a record in number of entries, the Directors' Board of the Greek Yachting Association (GYA) decided to extend the duration of the event by one day, in order to cover the increasing number of entries, both in terms of vessels as well as of yacht brokers.
The event is organized under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, with the support of the Municipality of Nafplio and the Regional Administration of Peloponnese.