Vilanova Grand Marina – Barcelona faces its fourth winter season offering a wider range of services and facilities to attend to the needs of superyachts. Customers of this specialised marina will now find several newly opened yachting businesses within its premises, including a yacht chandlery, a scaffolding specialist company and a technical engineer office, as well as a large chill out terrace to enjoy the warm Mediterranean climate.
Improvements have also been carried out in the technical area to increase the capacity to lift yachts, which consisted in the extension of the finger pier for the travel lift. Additionally, a new on site painting service has been put into place this year thanks to an agreement with ADP Yacht Painting, Spanish company with more than 25 years experience in the industry.
Vilanova Grand Marina – Barcelona continues to develop in order to set the level of service and performance required to meet the expectations of every superyacht and megayacht owner and to strengthen its position as a benchmark marina for large vessels in the Mediterranean. It provides a comprehensive range of services and combines first-rate facilities and technical services specialising in repair and refit, which make it ideal both as a base and an all-year-round port of call for yachts from 25 metres upwards.
Ignacio Erroz, general manager of Vilanova Grand Marina – Barcelona, comments: “since we started operating three years ago, our activity has been increasing year after year and we are confident that we will continue to grow. Our strength lies on our specialization, strategic location and our strong commitment to ensure maximum client satisfaction”.
For the entertainment of crew members, the marina organises throughout the year a complete programme of activities such as barbecues, wine guided tours, sky weekends, etc. Vilanova Grand Marina – Barcelona is located just a stone’s throw away from the cosmopolitan Barcelona in a quiet area surrounded by the Garraf Natural Park and popular tourist destinations such as Sitges and Penedès wine region, where Catalan champagne, known as cava, comes from.