It’s only 15 minutes (6 kms) from lifestyle Nicosia accommodation, Hypnos by bed N’ mix, to Filoxenia Conference Centre where the Cyprus Yachting Conference is to be held on Thursday, 19 March 2020. Definitely ‘plain sailing’ for delegates planning to attend, with all the lifestyle facilities they need for a relaxed stay, Mediterranean-style.
Along with finance and real estate, Cyprus tourism is estimated to bring in more than three quarters (80 per cent) of the island’s income and employment. However, Cyprus is increasingly recognised as more than simply as a ‘sun sea and sand’ attraction despite record-breaking visitor figures of 3.97 million in 2019. As a result of significant investment over the last four decades, the ‘jewel of the Mediterranean’ is fast becoming a select yachting destination enjoyed by blue-chip owners of sleek sailing craft and superyacht.
Lifestyle of boutique Nicosia accommodation or onboard a superyacht
Boat and yacht ownership has soared in recent years. Recreational boat demand continues to be fuelled by new yacht technology, bigger vessel size, increase in high net worth buyers, and growing tourism. Around 830 superyachts measuring 24m or more were under construction or on order at shipyards around the world, according to Boat International, 2019.
As more men and women seek out the authentic experiences and lifestyle of exclusive boutique Nicosia accommodation in Cyprus on-land, so too, onboard a superyacht yacht moored in the surrounding Mediterranean waters.
Insight into every aspect of the yacht owning experience
The Cyprus Yachting Conference, which is to be held in English, offers insight into every aspect of the yacht owning experience for all types of potential investors, from real estate professionals and government services to CEOs, C-suite executives and managing directors.
Amongst a full day of presentations will be analysis of the Cypriot yacht market and exploring future opportunities. Another seminar takes a close look at internal yacht design and construction, while another examines basic engine maintenance, dry docking, on-board trouble-shooting and yacht security systems.
Other practical issues discussed include all aspects of yacht insurance (including, damage to the property of others), the process of registering and licensing a yacht, maritime law, tax liabilities, hiring a yacht captain – and the benefits of professional catering!
Six impressive yachting marinas around Cyprus
There are now six impressive yachting marinas around Cyprus, including the magnificent 650-berth Limassol Marina, a 17 million euro transformation of the Old Port, which was unveiled in 2014. The Ayia Napa Marina is the latest state-of the art yachting destination while boat owners may also wish to drop anchor at the 450 berth Larnaca Marina, the time-honoured 250-berth St Raphael Marina.
Another traditional port of call to explore is the picturesque Zygi Marina between Larnaca and Limassol, and – currently still under construction – Crystal Marina, Latsi, on the Akamas peninsula, between Polis and Aphrodite Baths, where moorage is right alongside a number of restaurants and bars.
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