Spain marina offers perks

Mar 6, 2013 by Guest Writer

Vilanova Grand Marina – Barcelona has launched a new mooring package for yachts larger than 35m visiting this spring. “My Mooring Package” combines discounts on berth rates and several onshore services and facilities free of charge such as a private storeroom, parking spaces opposite the berth, Internet access and satellite TV.

Captains and crew members will also have several leisure proposals including dinner for two at a fine seafood restaurants, two tickets to a Barcelona football match, international newspapers, and a gym membership discount, amongst other things.

The marina has 49 berths for vessels up to 120m in the inner basin of the port of Vilanova i la Geltrú. For more information, visit www.mymooringpackage.com or www.vilanovagrandmarina.com.

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