The 7th Mediterranean Yacht Show (MEDYS) is set to take place from the 2nd to the 6th May, 2020 and promises to be offer another spectacular 5 days of yachting excellence in the port of Nafplion.

Τhe 6th MEDYS was a resounding success, with 102 luxury crewed yachts registering and more than 450 international brokers from 31 countries from all over the world attending. The MEDYS 2019 was the biggest charter show in the world in terms of the total number of registered yachts (102) and their cumulative L.O.A of more than 3.5 km. The contribution of the MEDYS in the growth and development of yachting tourism in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean is unquestionable, with each year attracting greater global interest from industry professionals.

As organisers of the show, the Greek Yachting Association has already begun preparations for MEDYS 2020. Your participation will be warmly welcomed!

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6th Mediterranean Yacht Show

The 6th Mediterranean Yacht Show took place from 4 - 8 May 2019 at Nafplion and enjoyed great success, bringing together a superb collection of luxury crewed charter yachts and hundreds of international brokers. Organised by the Greek Yachting Association, the show is the largest of its kind, with 102 of the finest yachts registered this year. Over 450 international brokers from 31 countries had the opportunity to inspect the excellent facilities of each yacht on display over the 5-day period and to experience the elevated level of services offered by the welcoming captains and crews.

Yachting tourism attracts an increasing number of visitors to Greece and MEDYS is the perfect occasion to highlight the region as one of the top yachting destinations globally. The show owes its success to the large number of registered yachts, the great turn-out of industry professionals from all corners of the globe and the contribution of the local CAs. It is organized each year by GYA under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Tourism and with the kind support of the Municipality of Nafplion as well as the Region of the Peloponnese.

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