4th TYBA Yacht Charter Show was Held in D-Marin Göcek

Luxury yachts were showcased at the 4th TYBA Yacht Charter Show D Marin Göcek, held in Göcek District of Muğla’s Fethiye district. Approximately 55 luxury boats ranging in length from 20 to 50 meters were exhibited at the event. TYBA President Güneş Aysun stated that the event aims to contribute to the country’s economy by developing yacht tourism. The Yacht Show will continue until May 9.

Luxury yachts were showcased at the “4th TYBA Yacht Charter Show, D Marin Göcek,” held in Göcek District of Muğla’s Fethiye district.

The “4th TYBA Yacht Charter Show, D Marin Göcek”, organized in cooperation with the Association of All Yacht Managers, Investors, Brokers, and Agencies (TYBA) and a private marina to revive marine tourism and highlight yacht tourism in the Aegean and Mediterranean, has started. Approximately 55 luxury boats, varying in length from 20 to 50 meters, were showcased at the event. It has been learned that the Yacht Show will continue until May 9.

“We contribute to the promotion of Turkish tourism.” TYBA President Güneş Aysun said, “With the association’s establishment, the unifying power in the yacht industry increased even more. We held our event in Bodrum Yalıkavak for the first two years. We aim to contribute to the country’s economy by developing yacht tourism. To raise the standards of the sector and to be its spokesperson. The event aims to Introduce our commercial leasing fleet, especially to foreign and local agencies. We give awards to the chefs and the best crew within the framework of the event. We organize the event in different destinations to promote the region. We started in Bodrum; now we are in Göcek. They like this place too. They like the event every year. “In addition to the participants, different people can come. Thus, we contribute to the promotion of Turkish tourism. Every year, the event gets bigger. We host brokers and agency representatives from more than 30 countries. This is very important for our region.” – MUGLA.

Source: IHA