Countdown to the 3rd Olympic Yacht Show


The countdown to the 3rd Olympic Yacht Show opening has begun. The premium in-water yacht show of the year is making a strong return from Thursday to Sunday, 19-22/10, at the welcoming facilities of Olympic Marine in Lavrio. It's gearing up to deliver powerful visuals and evoke unique emotions. In the floating exhibition, visitors can get up close to top new models, including world and European premieres of boats.

Simultaneously, experts in the land area will keep them informed about the latest developments in the realm of pleasure boats and yachting.

More than 100 leading yacht houses and manufacturers from across the globe will present 120 new boats, many of them with premieres, both national and European, stealing the spotlight. ONDECK EVENTS, the organizing company, is applying the final touches to present an international-standard Yacht Show with surprises for the third consecutive year. Everything will be ready for the glittering opening on Thursday, October 19.

Greek boats are at the forefront as always, with quality shipyards making a strong presence featuring new models in prominent positions. This year, many arrivals from abroad are expected, including market executives and visitors interested in making purchases. The Olympic Yacht Show has now secured its place on the international events calendar, becoming an essential event for the yachting and marine tourism community.

The 3rd Olympic Yacht Show enjoys support from the State, with auspices from the Ministry of Shipping and Island Policy, the Ministry of Tourism, the EOT, the Region of Attica, the Hellenic Chamber of Shipping, the Athens Chamber of Industry, the Hellenic Marine Union, the Piraeus Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Municipality of Lavreotiki.

Minister of Shipping and Island Policy, Mr. Christos Stylianidis, praised the organization, which has now become an institution and constitutes an important communication platform for the Greek shipbuilding market.

The Region of Attica also strongly supports the 3rd Olympic Yacht Show. Governor Giorgos Patoulis stated that they welcome this year's show with pride for the Maritime Tourism of Attica, emphasizing its place as an institution in the maritime events of the country and its prominence on the global agenda for premium pleasure boat events.

Minister of Tourism, Mrs. Olga Kefalogianni, highlighted the importance of the event, expressing that it represents a significant sector, yachting, which is a growing segment for tourism with great prospects and dynamics, contributing significantly to the Greek economy and Greek tourism.

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