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Escaping into the luscious landscapes of the Mediterranean, one location that comes to mind for superyacht travellers is the Balearic Islands, the Archipelago of Spain. Offering seclusion across sun-soaked beaches and coastal beauty, it offers everything one could yearn for on their ocean adventure. Here to offer a helping hand on where to berth along the way, we collate the Top 4 Marinas stop-offs offering everything from shopping, food and entertainment, along your island journey….
Spanish shipyard and marina Port Denia, after only a minor closure, is fully operational and ready to welcome yachts for the Mediterranean Summer season.
Albert Morell, General Manager of the Spanish Marina Port Denia, speaks to superyachts.com about the technical strengths of his marina and the reasons why it is a thriving spot for summer retreats.
It may be September, but there is still time to fit in a quick summer (ish) break. We speak with Richard Nettleton of Port Denia, who explains why the Spanish Coast and the Balearic Islands still reign supreme as a European superyacht destination, and what makes this marina particularly special...
The Breaking News Centre was excited to welcome Albert Morell and AJ Dando from Spanish marina, Port Denia, for all the latest insights. With a thriving marina and shipyard on Spain's eastern coast, superyacht owners, captains and crew can enjoy an array of leisure and entertainment facilities right on their doorstep…
With more than 325 sunny days a year and an idyllic location, Port Denia could be said to be a typical Mediterranean port for summer berths. However, there is more to this region than one might think. Described as a "golden spot of potential” by Philippe Brandligt, business development manager and naval architect at Port Denia, the region proves to be a year-round attraction for superyacht owners.
With a growing focus on Spain - be it through new events, luxury destinations or chartering new grounds this season - we honour the upcoming ‘Superyacht Show’ in Barcelona by taking a look at the key points of the region bringing yachts back to the waters time and time again.
Nothing says hidden gem of the Mediterranean, than Spanish hotspot Port Denia. Albert Morell, General Manager of Port Denia and Philippe Brandligt, Business Development Manager & Naval Architect, shares with us their newest collaborations, berthing facilities, refits, and why this enticing location is perfectly situated for a charming stop-off at Port Denia.
From Barcelona to the Balearic Islands, Spain is facing levels of demand from superyachts like never before. With the winter months closing in, we take a look at how Port Denia is providing a haven for superyachts to create a year-round solution in Spain.
Sitting somewhere between Valencia and Alicante and perched along on the Spanish coast, Port Denia rests as one of the most ideally positioned superyacht centres in the Western Med.
Somewhere in South-Eastern Spain, perched between Alicante and Valencia is a new place to refit, update and maintain large Superyachts and with the Med’s transition into winter on the cards, it’s no surprise this ideal location is attracting a lot of attention.
Nestled in the city of Denia on the coast of southeast Spain, Port Denia has quickly acquired a reputation as a top class superyacht marina, thanks to a superb location and impeccable services and amenities.
Turquoise, a fantastic superyacht built by the titular Turquoise Yachts shipyard in Turkey, has arrived at Port Denia Shipyard for a renewal operation before heading to Antigua.
Located in the Spanish city of Denia, only 45 miles from the islands of Ibiza, Port Denia is well regarded as one of the Mediterranean’s finest superyacht shipyard and marina facilities