Port Denia Spain | An Eye on Luxury
As Springtime rapidly approaches, Denia is gearing up for an intense few weeks of fiestas (Las Fallas) in preparation for Easter and the beginning of the new summer season. Denia's latest international recognition as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy will undoubtedly continue to cook up great international visitor interest, something our visiting superyacht clients are thoroughly enjoying. With their superyachts in safe hands, whether in the shipyard (up to 1200GT haulout) or the marina (up to 130m LOA, 1000 amps power), clients are enjoying the 5* qualities of the Costa Blanca or hopping over to Formentera and Ibiza for a visit. With the shipyard busier than ever and the marina's winter berths 90% full, we are looking towards the even warmer months and would like to invite you to read/download our latest 'quick info' pdf guide to Denia, our services and a taste of what the surrounding coastline has to offer you.
S/Y Sylvia is a vintage superyacht, built in 1925 by Camper Nicholson and we are proud to of been chosen to look after her. Firstly, we are servicing the teak hull, replacing important frames and parts to be followed by a complete paint. Amongst other general maintenance jobs, the rudder will recieve a full service while our carpentry team will also carry out a range of interior design refit work.
M/Y Lumiere is a 50m Benetti built in 1999. Well respected in the charter world for her luxury, she accomodates 12 guests and 11 crew. Here in Port Denia all winter, she is now receiving a full overhaul of both 2,226 HP MTU engines. With a haul out not being necessary, the refit operations are being conveniently carried out without the need to move from the comfort of her alongside berth.
EVENTS: Whats On Now - Las Fallas!
S/Y PAZ: Extensive Refit Continues
S/Y PAZ (formerly Andromeda La Dea) is a 42M Perini Navi built in 1987. Her steel hull, aluminium superstructure, masts and rigging are undergoing a complete refit. Currently under wrap, details are emerging of a spectacular result that will ensure she is enjoyed by generations to come.
M/Y Imperial Princess
40m M/Y Imperial Princess, now docked alongside in Port Denia, has completed a broad range of maintenance work. The stern doors needed repairing, as did the swimming platform. A servicing of the hull was complimented by servicing of the rudders and stabiliser as well as the repair of the broken shafts. Detailed upholstery work completed the list.
M/Y Bandido Returns
Brand new project
Following extensive structural and interior work here last year, M/Y Bandido returns from her travels for a complete paint refit in Port Denia. Her stabilisers will also be updated to 0 speed. New photos will be added as the project progresses, below is the link to last year's work.
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