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D-Marin Göcek Marina to Host TYBA Yacht Charter Show

Turkey’s Yachting & Brokers Association (TYBA) will be hosting the 3rd TYBA Yacht Charter Show at D-Marina Göcek Marina between 6 and 10 May 2022.

The most important show for yacht charter professionals in the east Mediterranean, the TYBA Yacht Charter Show was previously held at Yalıkavak Marina for two years in 2018 and 2019, however from 2022, D-Marin Göcek Marina will be the new host. It is part of the D-Marin marinas leading global marina network which comprises 15 marinas in five countries: Turkey, the UAE, Croatia, Greece and Montenegro. D-Marin Göcek has 380 berthing capacity and is suitable for superyachts up to 70m.

Following a two year break due to Covid 19, the TYBA Yacht Charter Show promises some exciting new features for yacht professionals. Show organisers will provide free accommodation for internationally recognised brokers attending from abroad for four nights and, along with the complimentary accommodation, additional offerings include a fast track and meet & greet service at Dalaman airport (limited to first 35 international brokers), airport transfers, complimentary excursions to prominent hotspots in the region, plus a two/three day FAM trip at the end of the show.

The 3rd TYBA Yacht Charter Show will showcase nearly 60 charter yachts and is open to both international and local charter brokers. The show program also includes a chefs competition sponsored by CarrefourSA, plus industry seminars as before. The seminar program and speakers will be released soon.

As Turkey’s most prominent yachting and brokers association, TYBA represents the majority of Turkish marine industry, with 83 members comprised of yacht brokers, charter brokers, yacht operators, and yacht agents. There are nearly 400 charter yachts under the standards set by the association.  

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