22 - 25 April, 2021 | Nafplion, Greece
April 22 – 25 2021
The Mediterranean Yacht Show is a targeted trade show for maritime professionals, and is a yachting event that states it will showcase the best professional yachts and crews in this part of the World.
Making its return in April 2021 after the COVID-19 cancellation, the Mediterranean Yacht Show will be hosting 5 days of yacht tours and networking opportunities under the clear blue Greek skies.
The Mediterranean Yacht Show is organised by the Greek Yachting Association (GYA) and is timed to coincide with the start of the Mediterranean charter season.
The show continues to grow year on year, and boasts an incredible line-up of motor yachts, luxury gullets and amazing sailing vessels. This wide range of yachts ensures that visitors have plenty to look at and do at the event.
Attendees can also enjoy some competitive fun from the superyacht crews, and the Chef’s competition is always a crowd-pleaser, with the superyacht chefs competing to create a tasting menu for the judges. Additionally, the yacht stewardesses will be going head to head to impress with their table decorating skills!
This winning combination of sun, sea and superyachts ensures the Mediterranean Yacht Show’s popularity and it is well worth the trip over to the seaside town of Nafplion.
Nafplion is a seaport town in the Peloponnese in Greece that has expanded up the hillsides near the north end of the Argolic Gulf. It is only 2 hours drive from Athens. Walking around the narrow paved streets of the Old Town is like a trip back in time. On top of a hill above Nafplion, there is the strong fortress of Palamidi with an amazing view of the sea. At the entrance of the port, there is a small islet with a fortress that used to protect the town from naval attacks. Nafplion Greece is a popular weekend destination all year round, while its lovely beach resorts make it a great place for summer holidays, too. Tolo is the most popular summer resort close to the town, with a long sandy beach and relaxing atmosphere.