Port Denia, the Spanish shipyard and marina is experiencing a surge in superyacht refits and maintenance ahead of the Mediterranean charter season. Located just west of Ibiza, the shipyard is ideally positioned for cruising in the Western Mediterranean and most certainly the Balearic Islands once work has been completed.
There are three luxury yachts over 30 metres (98 feet) currently being worked on at the marina, where a recruitment drive has strengthened the technical departments and given Port Denia new expertise in hydraulics – excellent for sorting out stern thrusters, gangways, tender garages and beach clubs ahead of summer.
The 43m/141ft luxury yacht GRAYZONE was built to RINA class standards by Turkish shipyard Concept Marine in 2012 and features a Jacuzzi, sauna and a highly skilled onboard chef for entertainment and indulgence. Up to 10 guests can be accommodated in her five en-suite cabins. Now receiving a general refit and maintenance, she will be available for charter in the Mediterranean from €95,000 per week plus expenses – contact CharterWorld to find out more.
Built in 2007, 38m/124ft sailing yacht KAIROS is currently receiving an extensive refit and maintenance to prepare her for cruising across the Mediterranean.
KAIROS II is capable of sleeping up to 18 guests across nine en-suite cabins – seven double cabins and two twins. Find out more about this yacht and contact CharterWorld.
30m/98ft M/Y BANDAZUL was built by Princess Yachts in 2018 and is now undergoing maintenance ahead of the Mediterranean party season. She has been lifted into dry dock using the on-site travel lift at Port Denia, where she will be checked for general wear and tear from her first year of use.
On board, she accommodates up to eight guests over four luxurious cabins