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PUERTO BANÚS®, THE MOST EXCLUSIVE MARINA IN EUROPE

  • The harbour located in Marbella leads the ranking of the top ten mostluxurious and exclusive marinas during Europe’s peak season.
  •  The daily cost of mooring a 55m of length yacht in Puerto Banús® exceeds 4.200 euros.

Puerto Banús®, one of the most emblematic nautical and tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, consolidates itself as one of the most exclusive marinas in Europe, leading the ranking of the top ten more premium harbours in the Mediterranean.

The annual “Engel & Völkers Yachting” report, carried out by the luxury agency Engels & Völkers, classifies the ten marinas with the highest cost per mooring in yachts over 55 meters of length during peak season. According to this study, the mooring rate in Puerto Banús exceeds 4.200€ per day, becoming the first of this ranking.

Puerto Banús® has 915 moorings distributed in 15 hectares and exclusive marina services and nautical activities. “Puerto Banús® has a spectacular location, and, on top, a luxury shopping offer that places it as a referent in the sector. Its services and infrastructure consolidate it as the quintessential luxury nautical and touristic destination”, declares Juan Núñez, Puerto Banús® CEO.

The spanish harbour, Ibiza Magna and, the Italian marina of Porto Cervo in Sardinia, complete the second and third place in this classification, with costs of 4.000 and 3.100 euros accordingly. After them we can find other Italian harbours such as Marina Grande (Capri) and Marina di Portofino (Portofino). The sixth and seven position are occupied by the French marinas of Port de Saint-Tropez (Saint-Tropez) and Marina Port Vauban (Antibes).

 


  


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