Croatia as a Yacht Destination is taking place at 16.30 CEST/15.30 UK/10.30 EDT. It will be composed of an hour long panel debate followed by a 30 minute Q& A session with the audience. It is being co-produced by Quaynote Communications, specialist event planners for the superyacht industry and the producers of “Opportunities in Superyachts”, the international conference in Malta now in its 10th year, and MYS Yachting, the full yacht service agency catering for megayachts cruising around Croatia and Montenegro.
Experts in different sectors of the industry have been lined up to discuss this emerging hub which will be moderated by Maja Ban, MYS Yachting.
The full agenda for the webinar, including all the panellists can be seen below and you can register for your free webinar ticket using the button above.
16.30 CEST: Introduction by Conference Host
Lorna Titley Director, Quaynote Communications
Webinar moderated by: Maja Ban, MYS Yachting
16.35 CEST: Presentations:
*What makes Croatia attractive as a yachting jurisdiction?
Cpt. Matteo Malffati, MY Sangha
Eli Gajinov, SeaNet
*Croatia as a gastro / wine destination, restaurants & the provisioning of food & drinks
Stipe Baturina, ASAP provisioning company
Ina Rodin, Convene hospitality
Burak Baykan, Dogus group
*Refit Services, Shipyards and Technical Support in Croatia
Teo Petricevic, Capax
*Croatia as a cruising destination for private and commercial yachts. How do commercial yachts set up their charter business and operate in Croatia?
Maja Ban, MYS Yachting
17.30 CEST: Questions & Discussion
Discussions- all panelists + audience
*What is the current state of the yachting market in Croatia?
*What should be improved, proposals to strengthen your respected sector within the yachting industry?
*What Croatia should be aware of during its process of development? Positive examples from other jurisdictions.
17.45-18.00 CET: End of Webinar
Croatia as a Yacht Destination will offer an invaluable guide to Charter Brokers, Charter Managers, Yacht Managers, Captains, Owners and anyone interested in the potential of this up-and-coming Adriatic gem.