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YES to SEA TOURISM Forum (part 2)

Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum
Reinventing Cruising in the East Mediterranean
The Cruising and Yachting Event of the East Mediterranean
23 - 24 May 2017

The YES to Sea Tourism Forum aims to serve as a platform of open dialogue between young promising executives and the Decision Makers from the Shipping & Tourism Industry, enabling them to exchange views.

The projected renaissance of Greece’s sea tourism has also reignited the interest of the young generation in yachting, cruising and passenger shipping. YES to Sea Tourism Forum will address the opportunities available in these sectors and the skills needed to be successful in them.

Moderator: George Xiradakis, Managing Director, XRTC BUSINESS CONSULTANTS LTD. and President of THE PROPELLER CLUB (PORT OF PIRAEUS) CV


Diogenis Venetopoulos, Partner - Vice President Sales, Variety Cruises

Emmanuel A. Vordonis, President, POSEIDONION GRAND HOTEL, Ex-Executive Director, Thenamaris

Dimitris Koutsolioutsos, CEO/Founder, INSTAYACHT - Farmers Republic

Chrissie Palassis, Partner, CTM Hellas

Maria Theofanopoulou, Publisher, Greek Travel Pages

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