Limassol Marina: The new superyacht destination
When the first superyacht sailed into Limassol Marina back in 2013, few could believe that this would be the beginning of a new era for Cyprus. M/Y Anastasia made history as the largest vessel to enter a marina on the island.
Peering over the lighthouse, her slick 75m claimed its position along the south eastern breakwater and changed the dynamic of Limassol’s most ambitious waterfront development for ever.
Just last month, four of the most prestigious superyachts in the world used the services and facilities at Limassol Marina, the only superyacht marina on the island. Second time visitor, 88.5m M/Y Nirvana, was followed by 99m M/Y Madame Gu, 119m M/Y A and 72.6m M/Y Queen K. And these are just a handful of more than 50 superyachts to have visited or signed long-term berthing agreements with Limassol Marina since its official opening.
“Arriving after just completing our round the world cruise was the best move we could have made. The entire team was welcoming, professional and enthusiastic. Not only are the staff and facilities first rate, but the surrounding area presented a myriad of safe and wonderful opportunities to experience the fine cuisine, history and natural beauty of Cyprus. Limassol Marina is the perfect place to base any yacht. We eagerly look forward to returning,” said Captain Christopher Walsh, 67.75m M/Y Archimedes.
With the world superyacht fleet growing in numbers, deliveries are on the rise and sizes are increasing. Berths are in demand and a lack of space in the traditional