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Op-Ed: ‘Yachting Remains One of the Most Safe Ways to Vacation’ – Michael Skoulikidis

The Greek Travel Pages (GTP) provides a podium for Greek Yachting Association (GYA) President Michael Skoulikidis to share his vision for the day after the Covid-19 pandemic.

New Study Reveals Greek Marinas €2.8 Billion Potential

Greece stands to gain 2.8 billion euros in the next decade if it taps into the potential of its marinas, according to a study presented by diaNEOsis.

AllinBlusive Supports ‘Sail to Freedom’ Greek Bicentennial Celebration Event in New York

Greek private cruise company AllinBlusive is supporting the “Sail to Freedom” event in New York that will be held to celebrate the bicentenary of the Greek War of Independence.

Mykonos Yachting Ready to Offer Guests Upscale On Board Experiences

Mykonos Yachting, a Greek company that specializes in yacht charters, has resumed operations and is offering travelers upscale experiences in the waters of the Cycladic islands.

Mykonos Yachting Introduces ‘Sunseeker Manhattan 60 Flybridge’ to Yacht Lovers

Mykonos Yachting has announced the launch of “Serenity”, a Sunseeker Manhattan 60 Flybridge yacht, for the 2021 summer season.

More Super Yachts Sailing Greek Waters

Greece is steadily evolving into a luxury destination, with all the more yachting lovers choosing to sail Greek waters.

Yachting in Greece Restarts post-Covid-19

Private yachts and boats, catering up to 12 passengers, can now sail in Greece, while professional recreational boating activities are expected to open for business on June 1.

Greece’s Boat Owners Raise Red Flag Over New Law

Greek owners of recreational sea craft are calling on the government to postpone a VAT increase, claiming it will have a detrimental effect on marine tourism.

Greek Marinas Have Great Potential to Boost Tourist Arrivals and Jobs – Study

Greece's marinas could largely contribute to the further development of the country's economy and tourism but still remain largely untapped, according to a study by the Greek Marinas Association.

Greek Leisure Boat Market Sees Robust Demand

Greece’s yachting market has gained ground over the 2014-2018 period, demonstrating robust demand for recreational boating, according to ICAP.

Tender Launched for Itea Marina in Greece

A tender for the concession of the right to use, operate and manage the marina of Itea has been launched by Greece's state privatization fund.

Εντυπωσίασε το East Med Yacht Show 2019

Τις καλύτερες εντυπώσεις άφησε για ακόμη μια χρονιά το "East Med Yacht Show", που πραγματοποιήθηκε στη Μαρίνα Ζέας από τις 10 έως και τις 13 Μαΐου.

Greek Boats Used in ‘High Sea’ Navigation VAT Exempt

Recreational boat owners in Greece operating in “high seas” will be exempt from VAT, according to amendments made to a ministerial decision.

Marine Tourism Big Boost to Greece’s GDP, INSETE Finds

Marine tourism accounts for a considerable part of Greece’s GDP and employment, according to a study released by INSETE.

Greek Yachting Tourism Bodies Urge PM to Annul New Taxation Regulation

Greece’s yachting tourism professionals are calling for the annulment of a decision that does away with tax-deductibles concerning recreational watercraft. 

‘Luxury Sail Excursion’ Offers Authentic Greek Experiences on Mykonos

Yacht broker “Luxury Sail Excursion”, based on Mykonos, has upgraded its sailing boats to offer the island's visitors an authentic Greek experience on the sea.

Sea-inspired Activities for All at ‘Sea Days 2018 – Go Piraeus’

The port city of Piraeus is set to welcome dozens of visitors over 10 days full of activities within the “Sea Days 2018 - Go Piraeus” event to take place on June 1-10.

Posidonia 2018 Shipping Trade Event Gearing Up

More than 1,850 companies are set to showcase their products and services during the Posidonia 2018 shipping exhibition to be held on June 4-8.

Greek Recreational Craft Laws to Take Effect End of January

Laws regulating recreational craft, boats and watercraft are set to take effect at the end of January, the Greek shipping ministry announced.

New Levy to Burden Watercraft Owners Docking in Greece

A levy to be imposed on all types of sea craft, the so-called recreational and day boat tax or TEPAI, will further burden marine tourism, sector professionals say.
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