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Located only 45 miles from Ibiza, on the East coast of Spain, is the superyacht centre of <a href="https://www.superyachts.com/marinas/2451/port-denia/">Port Denia</a>. A dedicated superyacht shipyard and technical marina able to facilitate yachts up to 135m, Port Denia has become the ideal location for captains, owners and management companies. With extensive facilities and a driven team of experts, the Spanish port is certainly the ‘smart choice’ for those seeking yacht refit services, a winter yacht berth or charter pick-up from the Balearic Islands. We speak to Port Denia's General Manager, Albert Morell, to find out more about the port and its successes so far, as well as learn of its exciting plans for 2022.
Located in the heart of the Italian Riviera is the charming coastal city of <a href="www.superyachts.com/destinations/589/genoa-luxury-yachting-guide/">Genoa</a>. The capital of the northwest region of Liguria, and Italy’s fifth-largest city, Genoa is brimming with history and understated luxurious style. This outstanding Mediterranean destination is home to the brand new <a href="www.superyachts.com/marinas/2541/waterfront-marina/">Waterfront Marina</a>, which offers the perfect place to berth when visiting the destination by superyacht.
In an unprecedented, first of its kind partnership, Porto Montenegro and Gulf Craft have officially joined forces to offer complimentary home port berthing for brand new owners who choose to base their Gulf Craft superyachts in Porto Montenegro.
The Australian superyacht industry has celebrated the opening of two major infrastructure developments on Queensland’s Gold Coast, including the country’s largest superyacht berth.
There are many factors which make up the perfect superyacht escape. Natural splendour, possibilities for adventure, and luxury service are very much integral to the experience. In the heart of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the 74 islands of the Whitsundays offer all of this in abundance.
Australia’s largest superyacht berth is set to launch in the coming days. The construction of a 160m superyacht berth at Southport Yacht Club represents a milestone development for Australian marine infrastructure, as the country prepares to welcome some of the world’s largest superyachts.