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Επίκαιρα και σημαντικά θέματα αναλύθηκαν στο 1ο Πανελλήνιο Συνέδριο Yachting

Με εξαιρετικά ενδιαφέρουσα θεματολογία και δυνατά πάνελ συζητήσεων πραγματοποιήθηκε το 1ο Πανελλήνιο Συνέδριο Yachting.

East Halkidiki Eyes Luxury Travelers from Qatar and United Arab Emirates

The Municipality of Aristotle in Eastern Halkidiki, northern Greece, is looking to attract luxury travelers from Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.

Greek Yachting Professionals Hope for a Strong Tourism Comeback in 2022

Greek yachting professionals appear optimistic about the sector’s performance in 2022, despite the emerge of the Omicron variant and global travel restrictions for Covid-19.

Στην Αθήνα θα πραγματοποιηθεί το 1ο Πανελλήνιο Συνέδριο Yachting

Το 1ο Πανελλήνιο Συνέδριο Yachting θα πραγματοποιηθεί στην Αθήνα, από 25 έως 26 Φεβρουαρίου 2022.

Olympic Yacht Show 2021 Aims to Give Maritime Tourism a Boost

The Olympic Yacht Show 2021, scheduled to take place in Sounio during October 1-5, will promote Greece’s maritime tourism sector to the international market.

Sounio to Host 1st Olympic Yacht Show in October

The 1st Olympic Yacht Show, a premium event focused on yachting and tourism, will take place in Sounio in October.

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.

Greece Looking to Boost Sea Tourism on Kos, Patmos and Astypalea

Greece is looking to develop yachting, diving and cruise tourism on the islands of Kos, Patmos and Astypalea.

Athens to Host Greece’s First Ever ‘Yachting Awards Gala’

Athens in December will host Greece's first ever "Yachting Awards Gala" event that will honor the leaders of the country’s yachting and marine tourism sectors.

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.

Νέοι τομείς τουρισμού και διεθνείς συμμετοχές στη φετινή AITE

Η 6η Athens International Tourism Expo, που θα διεξαχθεί 6-8 Δεκεμβρίου 2019, μεγαλώνει φέτος με νέους τομείς τουρισμού και διεθνείς συμμετοχές.

YES to Sea Tourism Forum Offers Graduates Chance at a Shipping Career

This year’s YES to Sea Tourism Forum offered young graduates insight into ways of securing a career in shipping and tourism.

Study: Greek Young Job-seekers in Shipping Need More Experience

The number of Greeks seeking jobs in shipping and marine tourism is on the rise but candidates lack experience, according to findings of FocusBari.

Mykonos Yachting Enhances Website with New Browsing Tools

Greek yacht charter company Mykonos Yachting has enhanced its website with modern new tools, aiming to further upgrade the experience of users.

Sea Tourism, Cruise and Yachting on Agenda of YES Forum 2019

The “YES to Sea Tourism Forum 2019” event in Athens will focus on the challenges and opportunities that emerge from the sectors of sea tourism, cruise and yachting.

6th Mediterranean Yacht Show Extends to Five Days – Registration is Open

The coastal town of Nafplio in the Peloponnese is preparing to host the 6th Mediterranean Yacht Show (MEDYS), which this year will be extended to five days, from May 4 to 8.

Düsseldorf 50th boot Show a Stepping Stone for Greek Sea Tourism

Aiming to diversify its tourist offerings, Greece enhanced its presence at the 2019 boot Düsseldorf International Boat and Watersports Show.

Greece’s Upgraded Sea Tourism Offerings on Show at 50th ‘boot Düsseldorf’

Greece's best in sea tourism is on display at the worlds largest boat show‎ "boot Düsseldorf", running in Germany until January 27.

Attica’s Wine and Gastronomy Introduced to the Dutch Market

Attica's gastronomy and wines were presented to the Dutch market by the Region of Attica at the "Vakantiebeurs 2019" tourism fair in Utrecht.

Less Red Tape to Propel Greek Sea Tourism, Says Kountoura

Enacting laws which will facilitate licensing procedures and cut red tape will allow for the development of marina infrastructure in Greece, according to Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura.