The 1st Olympic Yacht Show, a premium event focused on Greece’s yachting and luxury tourism industry, is set to take place in the stunning area of Sounio in Attica, during October 1-5, 2021.
The event will take place at the upgraded facilities of Olympic Marine in Sounio – one of the most prominent marinas in Attica, located around half an hour away from Athens International Airport and 45 minutes from the heart of Athens – and is expected to attract the interest of industry experts from local and international markets.
Organisers of the Olympic Yacht Show have announced that 95 yachts are due to exhibit- and all of the yachts displayed are newly-built vessels to showcase the very best of the Greek market, as the Show is st to highlight New Yachts for Sale belonging to the premium yacht category. As well as vessels built in Greek shipyards, the show will display a range of yachts from international yards.
It is the only Greek event with the aim of promoting medium and large yachts and related businesses, with leading companies of the industry given the opportunity to have a strong presence both on land and in water- in what will be a stunning setting; there will also be a specially designed area for Luxury Ribs and Luxury Day Cruisers.
And not only will the show feature some of the industry’s leading companies but also a lineup of luxury RIB boats and premium day cruisers, also offering visitors the opportunity of a sea trial.
Organised by ONDECK Events in collaboration with Olympic Marine, the show will host top international maritime tourism professionals including foreign yacht designers, senior company executives and journalists from around the world.
“The organisers aim for the show to become a pillar for the development, not only of maritime tourism but also luxury tourism in Greece,” ONDECK Events said in an announcement.
The Hellenic Coast Guard will also be present at the event in Sounio, to represent the history of Greek shipping and to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of its service.
For more details head to Olympic Yacht Show