These vessels generate a large economic impact in areas where moored and sailing
Varador 2000 promotes quality nautical tourism on the Costa Brava. The company has established partnerships with various international agencies superyacht management to different ports on the Costa Brava as Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Palamós and Roses are preferred destination for large boats during the summer months.
Through these agreements, Varador 2000 has already achieved this summer moor the Girona coast several superyachts of great length, some up to 70 meters. These boats moored for short stays (rentals), although the ultimate goal of the company is to retain these new customers to remain throughout the year in other marinas of the Catalan coast specializing in long stays as Mataró Marina BARCELONA, base for the winter superyacht managed Varador 2000 in the harbor of port de Mataró west, a few miles from Barcelona.
According to several recent studies in France and Italy, these superyachts generate consumption in areas where dock ranging between 8% and 10% of its value. Its owners are sailors with high purchasing power and all also have their own crew. The average cost of these superyachts is 4 million, so the economic impact that can generate your holidays in the cities where moors and around the vicinity of the Costa Brava is more than considerable. The sectors most benefitted are all related to tourism, such as trade and catering (shops, hotels, bars, restaurants, car rental …) as well as port services firms: agents, yacht clubs, catering agencies, pilotage, fuel supplies, etc.
Unlike other coastal areas of Catalonia, Costa Brava had not benefited so far from this new form of tourism quality whose epicenter is the superyacht and all the economic activity that generates around. Varador 2000 has made possible thanks to its constant promotional work in the international market leading nautical attending industry events.