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VISVIKIS NIKOS – Tourism & Marine Services

Bachelor Degree at Economics, Master of Science at Transportation Management at The State University of New York – Maritime College at Fort Schuyler.

Due to his persistence and initiatives Volos port was connected with Mytilene, Limnos, Cyclades (Tinos, Mykonos and Santorini) and Crete. The economic crisis was the reason that these lines have stopped.

President of the Naval Agents of Volos from 1995 until 2009.

Member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Association of travel Agents the last 15 years

Member of the Board of directors of the Confederation of Naval Agents of Greece.

Founder of the Hellenic-American Association “Kentavros”

Partner of the Hellenic Ministry of Mercantile Marine, The Aegean and Island Policy

Due to his interference with the Port Authority of Volos (OLV today) he contributed to the operational reform of the central passenger pier (parking, berth ships, traffic etc.).

For many years (until the beginning of the financial crisis), he was perhaps the biggest tour operator in “incentives tourism” for the employees of large industries at the wider area of Volos. He transported big groups up to 200-1000 people to destinations in Greece and abroad (Industries as Lafarge, IMAS, Coca Cola, METKA etc.).

 

 

– LIFE VISION – IMPORTANT PROPOSAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF VOLOS CITY: SEA (TOURISM AND TRADE) REGULAR CONNECTION TO IZMIR AND MINOR ASIA
Tourists from Minor Asia will benefit Volos tourism and will also be a huge boost for the commercial market.

The line will increase the trade volume between Europe and South and Central Asia.

The line will increase the tourists at Minor Asia and Central Greece. Greek and Turkish tourists will participate in two-day cruises in Izmir.

The line will eliminate the distance between Minor Asia and Greece for tourism and goods.

Volos will benefit from robust economic Turks of Minor Asia, as tourists will use the city as a starting point for their excursions to Athens, Delphi, Meteora, Thessaloniki, Vergina etc.