BWA Yachting opens new Cyprus office in Limassol Marina

BWA Yachting is excited to announce the opening of a new office in Cyprus. BWA Yachting is an international superyacht service agency that offers a wide range of services to assist captains with the increasing demands of managing modern superyachts. BWA Yachting services include shore assistance, port operations, provisioning and supplies, logistics solutions, and hospitality and events management.

The news come just a few weeks after the announcement of new offices in Egypt, the Suez Canal, and the Red Sea. BWA Yachting is proud to add the new Cyprus office to the map to create an even smoother cross-Mediterranean yachting experience for clients. Listed as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Cyprus is surely also a favourite of yachting tourists. The island is home to world-famous hotspots including Limassol, Paphos, Larnaca, Ayia Napa and Protaras.

The new BWA Yachting Cyprus office is located inside the award-winning Limassol Marina and is run by the long-experienced Petros Josephides, who offers his expertise and professional assistance to all yachts visiting the island. The office is already open for business and proving popular with superyacht captains near and far.

Yann Prat, Chief Sales Officer at BWA Yachting, has said “A warm welcome and lots of good wishes to BWA Yachting Cyprus on becoming part of our growing team. After Greece and Egypt, adding Cyprus to our map will further expand BWA Yachting’s footprint in the East Med and allow us to offer a better cruising experience to our clients. We are all happy and excited about Petros’ input and contribution to our company.” Meanwhile, Petros Josephides, the new director at BWA Yachting Cyprus, has said he is “extremely happy to be a part of this important and highly-esteemed company. I will contribute with my long experience and take care of the clients according to the BWA Yachting quality standards.”

The new BWA Yachting Cyprus office is up and running just in time for the end of the high season from April to October, but many yachts visit the island in winter or plan a long-term stay in Limassol Marina throughout the winter months. Aside from the warm weather, sandy beaches, and sparkling Mediterranean seas, Cyprus also attracts visitors for its many natural and historical sites as well as sports facilities including golf and tennis. The island’s resort towns are also home to dozens of vibrant bars, restaurants, and nightclubs.

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