The third edition of the Olympic Yacht Show concluded on Sunday, October 22. Hosted at Olympic Marine in Lavrio, this exclusive in-water yacht exhibition showcased 120 yachts and emerged as the sole major in-water yacht show in Greece.
Over four days, the event drew more than 15,000 visitors who engaged with representatives from 100 leading yachting houses and manufacturers. Attendees had the unique opportunity to explore 120 new boats up close, with a focus on several national and European premieres that garnered widespread attention.
The robust attendance and increased exhibitor participation at the 3rd Olympic Yacht Show underscore the Greek market's keen interest in high-quality sea tourism.
Giorgos Riginos, CEO of Riginos SA, emphasized the importance of showcasing boats in their natural environment and highlighted the show's significance for the country and the industry. Kostas Koronakis, CEO of D. Koronakis S.A., echoed the sentiment, stating that this year's show was even better than the previous editions.
The international nature of the event made it a meeting point for professionals across the yachting industry, fostering discussions on the development of premium sea tourism that promotes Greece internationally. The show garnered extensive coverage from international media, solidifying its status as an institution and a leading European event.
Nikos Zarifis, Managing Director of Thrace Labea, affirmed the show's institutional status, expressing satisfaction with the attendance and committing to return in 2024. Dimitris Deligiannis, Managing Partner of Atalanta Marine, lauded the Olympic Yacht Show as the only show capable of supporting the boats they represent.
Looking ahead, the organizers are gearing up for the 4th Olympic Yacht Show, aiming to provide even better services. Vassilis Priftis, CEO of Olympic Marine, highlighted ongoing efforts to enhance services through investments in personnel and continuous improvement.
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