AllinBlusive, a leading Greek private cruise company, will support and celebrate “Sail to Freedom”, an inspiring event that will be held to commemorate and honor the 200 years from the start of the Greek Revolution of 1821.
Scheduled to be held on June 6 in New York, the event aims to promote Greece and the importance of the anniversary of the Greek Revolution for all Hellenism around the world and especially where Greek communities thrive.
“In AllinBlusive our heart is beating Greece and this year we celebrate this anniversary by communicating this event to our guests and displaying the message on our uniforms,” the company’s management said in an announcement.
The “Sail to Freedom” event will see sailing boats adorned with Greek flags sailing from New York towards the Statue of Liberty in a symbolic recreation, depicting the message of the Greek warriors of 1821 who put freedom as the ultimate good for the Greek nation, managing in the end to defeat the Ottoman Empire and give Greece back its freedom.
Dozens of sailing boats and motor boats, adorned with Greek flags and symbols of the Greek Revolution, will take part in the impressive sail, showing the vital contribution of the Greek nautical force of that era to the success of the Revolution and the deep relation of the Greek people with the sea that goes back centuries.
Offering guests a unique experience while exploring the Aegean, Allinblusive is a serial winner of the World Travel Awards – winning as Worlds Leading Private Cruise company; Luxury Lifestyle Awards and TripAdvisor Travelers Choice Awards.
AllinBlusive is the only Greek Yachting company awarded with the Blue Flag, the international sign of responsible and sustainable tourism.
“Happy is the man, I thought, who, before dying, has the good fortune to sail the Aegean sea, wrote the famous Nikos Kazantzakis in Zorba the Greek, and in AllinBlusive we have only one vision to provide our guest with this unique opportunity: a private cruise in the Aegean. That’s why we are proud to say that we are the best part of your holidays,” the Greek company said.
More information on the event can be found here: www.greece2021.nyc.