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Chauffeur Greece Supports Nafplio’s Mediterranean Yacht Show 2018

Nafplio, Greece. Photo Source: @Greek Yachting Association

Nafplio, Greece. Photo Source: @Greek Yachting Association

Chauffeur Greece, a company that offers exclusive driving services, for the fourth consecutive year will support the Mediterranean Yacht Show (MEDYS) 2018, which will take place from April 28 to May 1, in the coastal town of Nafplio in the Peloponnese.

Organized by the Greek Yachting Association (GYA) and in its fifth year, an even bigger turnout is expected this year. Industry professionals from all corners of the world will meet for four days in the historic port of Nafplio, which will host a superior collection of yachts available for charter.

“The yachting sector is one of the engines of growth for Greek tourism and a pivotal factor for our company’s further development,” said Ioannis Mitsou, sales and marketing director of Chauffeur Greece.

“By sponsoring the most significant yachting event in the region, we actively support and stand shoulder to shoulder with all those, who promote yachting tourism in Greece,” he added.

Operating for over 15 years in the Greek market, Chauffeur Greece offers distinctive transportation services to individuals and corporate customers. The company features a state-of-the-art fleet of vehicles, an experienced team of professional multilingual drivers, an online booking/dispatch system and a portfolio of tailor-made services which include, among other things, corporate meetings/events, private airport ground transport, business travels, chauffeur-only services, port/airport transfers and sightseeing tours.

According to Chauffeur Greece, its operational standards are based on three principles: safety, reliability and data protection/ confidentiality.

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