The MVM SE was established in 1994 as the sport club of MVM, the Hungarian Electricity Ltd., (the largest national energy group in Hungary) to promote sporting activities for its members – mainly the employers of the MVM Hungarian Electricity Ltd. and their family members. The club has several departments, including its most popular and successful one – the Sailing Department.
The Sailing Department of MVM SE provides a wide range of activities with the aim to promote the enjoyment of sailing, to provide boat usage to its members, to improve skills through training both for amateurs and professionals, as well as to provide a pathway for talented junior sailors. MVM SE places a high emphasis on youth sailing through its Youth Sailing Program, which is open to junior sailors aged 8-16 from beginners to young competitors.
The sailing club takes part in the Olympic campaign as the home club of the Olympics participant Mári Érdi in Laser Radial class, who is the most successful Hungarian Olympic woman sailor.
Organizing and hosting regattas and national championships is a new but an important and exciting part of MVM SE’s range of activities. Since 2011 MVM SE has organized and hosted many major regattas and 7 National Championships for Finn, Dragon, Melges 24, Asso 99 and youth classes.
They organise 2-3 international regattas every year, so they have very well-organised and skilled team with a lot of experience. The team has special knowledge of FINN Class since they organized the Hungarian Finn National Championship two times in the last 3 years for 40-50 participants in different weather conditions. The club house and the port of MVM SE are situated in Balatonfüred, in Koloska Marina.