The International Yacht Company (IYC), a global leader in yacht brokerage and management, is set to unveil eight new yachts at the upcoming 2023 Mediterranean Yacht Show. In its eighth year, the show is set to take place in Nafplion, Greece, from April 29th to May 3rd. As the largest charter show in the East Mediterranean, yacht brokers worldwide will be in attendance.
With 23 yachts on display, IYC will have a significant presence, showcasing some of the finest yachts in the world, including the Benetti-built 194’7” motor yacht IDYLLIC and the 164’1” Amels-built yacht MARLA. The fleet boasts a cumulative length of over 800 meters, with IYC’s dock serving as the home base for the eight new yachts, which will be presented for the first time.
Raphael Sauleau, CEO of IYC, says, “We are thrilled to participate in the Mediterranean Yacht Show, which is one of the most premier events in the yachting industry. This is a great opportunity for us to showcase our expertise, passion for yachting, and commitment to providing unparalleled service to our clients.”
In addition to displaying some of the world’s most luxurious yachts, IYC will highlight top Greek destinations and legendary cruising itineraries. Visitors can tour the vessels and meet with IYC’s team of experienced yacht brokers.
Among the new yachts set to debut at the show is the Benetti-built 194’7” motor yacht IDYLLIC, last refitted in 2022. This stunning yacht is an intelligent home adaptation to the yachting environment, with top-class facilities, professional services, and various toys and entertainment for both on and off the water.
Another yacht to look out for is RARE FIND, a custom-built yacht designed by Dubois Naval Architects. The yacht boasts a fresh, elegant interior by British design house H2 Design and combines luxurious style with large and social onboard spaces. RARE FIND has a long record as a famous charter yacht and is the perfect base for an unforgettable Greek or Mediterranean holiday.
The Greek Yachting Association organizes the Mediterranean Yacht Show with the support of the Municipality of Nafplion. The show previously presented 90 registered yachts with a cumulative length of over 3.4 kilometres, with an additional 20 on a waiting list due to lack of space. The show was attended by more than 610 yacht brokers and industry professionals from around the world who had the opportunity to see the yachts available for charter up close, get to know their crews, and be informed about the possibilities and options they offer.
For more information about IYC and the Mediterranean Yacht Show, please visit https://iyc.com.
In conclusion, the 2023 Mediterranean Yacht Show promises to be a must-attend event for yacht enthusiasts, with IYC debuting the East Mediterranean’s largest and most luxurious superyacht fleet. Visitors can tour the vessels and meet with IYC’s experienced yacht brokers while exploring top Greek destinations and legendary cruising itineraries.
WRITTEN BY: ANNE KEAM