The Oceanco-built 88-metre Infinity and the fellow Dutch-built 69.15-metre Damen vessel Intrepid have been spotted enjoying the lesser visited waters of Costa Rica recently. Although certainly off the traditional beaten track for large superyachts partly due to a lack of infrastructure in the region and surrounding areas, several recent improvements could see more superyacht traffic in the Americas in the coming years.
As an example, the Golfito Marina Village and Resort in Costa Rica where Intrepid and Infinity are pictured above is now offering 100-metre berths for sale. Offered for sale by Denison, these are the only berths of this size currently available in the Americas. Sitting at the crossroads between the Caribbean and the Pacific, the marina has been a fairly popular spot for explorer superyachts for a number of years, though with the latest offering to larger superyachts, Denison expects to see the area to grow in popularity.
The marina offers six slips for superyachts up to 100 metres, half a dozen berths for yachts up to 45 metres and twelve berths for 21 metre and 27-metre yachts.