Project Description

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The 3rd Annual East Mediterranean Superyacht Forum will once again be jointly produced by Quaynote Communications, the specialist conference company and producers of global events such as Opportunities in Superyachts, the annual conference in Malta, and Oceda S.A., the new Greece-based yacht services company managed by Jennifer Timinis, formerly of Hill Dickinson.

This international conference will bring together superyacht industry experts from across Europe and further afield to discuss chartering, marinas, crew and related issues in the eastern Mediterranean and beyond. The target audience includes yacht brokers, marina operators, yacht managers, lawyers, corporate service providers, yacht associations, yacht captains, owners` representatives and anyone with a vested interest in what the future holds for the eastern Mediterranean and a superyacht hub and destination.

For further information on this event please email or telephone 44 (0) 203 560 8154.

AGENDA (subject to change)
08.30 Refreshments and registration
Session One: Welcome to the conference
09.30 Conference organizer`s opening remarks
09.35 Conference Chairman`s introduction to the conference
09.45 Opening presentation
Session Two: Cruising destinations: West Med versus East Med
10.00 Presentation: Comparing the East & West Mediterranean:
What do the stats tell us?
*Why is the East lagging behind?
Sam Tucker, Head of Superyachts, VesselsValue
10.20 Questions and Discussion
10.30 Panel: Comparing the top Cruising Destinations, Yacht Hubs & Jurisdictions: How can the East catch up with the West Med?
* A tour around the top East Med cruising destinations calling at Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, Montenegro and Turkey
* Comparing standards, facilities, crews between East & West
*What areas does the East need to improve to catch up with the West?
11.15 Coffee Break
Session Three: Brokers Panel: Reviewing the year behind and the year ahead
11.45 Panel: Leading brokers take stock of sales over the past year and offer
predictions for the next 12 months
Session Four: Focus on Duty Free Fuel
14.00 Panel Discussion: Duty Free Fuel in the East Med
* Examining the options in Albania, Turkey, Greece, Croatia & Montenegro
Session Five: Crew standards
14.45 Panel: The essential role played by crew on a charter boat.
*What are the key areas for improvement for crew in the East Med?
*How can do we go about enhancing crew standards in the East Med?
*The seasonal nature of crew jobs in Turkey & Croatia and the impact of this on crew training, availability & standards
*The effect of different registry certification requirements on crew training
Session Six: Refit – Current Status and Future
16.30Coffee Break
Session Seven: Champagne Roundtables
17.00 Roundtable discussions enable delegates to debate specialist topics of
interest. Delegates choose the roundtable they join and each discussion is
moderated by a speaker or industry leader.
17.50 End of conference proceedings
17.55 Walk to Drinks Reception on Roof top terrace in Athens

Sam Tucker

Head of Superyachts, VesselsValue

Location to be confirmed

Media Partners:

Hotel NJV Athens Plaza, Leof. Vasileos Georgiou, Athens, Greece