The company will be participating at the MYBA Charter Show in Barcelona, at the Palma Superyacht Show and at the Monaco Yacht Show
Varador 2000 is increasing its presence at international superyacht events in order to remain close to its customers and sector professionals. As well as the Monaco Yacht Show, the most important trade fair in the world within the nautical sector, this year it will also be present at the MYBA Charter Show, which is to be held for the first time in Barcelona, and at the Palma Superyacht Show on the Balearic Islands.
The MYBA Charter Show, the largest international superyacht charter trade fair for professionals and brokers in the nautical sector, will be held from 24 to 27 April at the One Ocean Port Vell marina. The event, which is crucial for promoting the Catalan capital city as a nautical destination worldwide, has come to Barcelona thanks to operations by the Barcelona Nautical Cluster. The Palma Superyacht Show, now in its fifth year, will be held from 28 April to 2 May in its traditional location in the port of Palma.
Top level facilities and services
At both events Varador 2000 will be promoting its nautical base for superyachts Mataró Marina Barcelona –the landmark marina for superyachts on the northern coast of Barcelona–, its technical repair & refit base in Arenys de Mar (Barcelona), which is currently in an expansion phase in order to be able to accommodate larger vessels, and the second year of the international course Cooking and Gastronomy for Superyachts, to be held in October.
The nautical base for superyachts Mataró Marina Barcelona managed by Varador 2000, offers its customers berths for 30 superyachts –between 20 and 50 metres– along with water and energy, bunkering and concierge services, free parking and Wi-Fi, solid and water waste collection, etc. The facilities provide full services for crews and specific areas for training and the promotion of sailing and nautical sports. It is a very quiet and safe marina with unique privacy and exclusivity.
At the mouth of the port of Arenys de Mar Varador 2000 offers its customers 10,000 square metres of technical docking with a cutting-edge technological infrastructure and a workforce of experts in the most advanced industrial nautical processes (mechanics, carpentry, joinery, painting, electronics, hydraulics, welding, etc.). Both the Arenys de Mar facilities and those in Mataró have been awarded the quality approval certificates ISO 9001, ISO 14001,OHSAS 18001 and EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme), which is the most stringent standard in environmental management systems in the European Union.
In October Sirius Barcelona (Varador 2000’s department for new business) will be organizing the second edition of the course Cooking and Gastronomy for Superyachts, an exclusive and pioneering international course focused on complementing the high-level cooking expertise of chefs who work on superyachts. The course is taught by top level instructors and has the academic backing of the University of Barcelona. The first edition included sessions by some of the best chefs in Spanish and international gastronomy such as Jordi Roca (El Celler de Can Roca), Gaggan Anand (Gaggan), Jérôme Quilbeuf (Sant Pau), Pere Planagumà (Les Cols), Christian Escribà (Escribà), Jordi Guillem (Lo Mam), Carles Tejedor (Oilmotion), Joao Alcántara (Alquimia Fogo), Felipe Celis (CETT) and Marc Álvarez (elBarri Adrià), among others.