Albert Morell, general director of Portdenia Superyacht Marina & Shipyard and Juan Antonio Sepulcre, president of the Dénia Fishermen's Guild, have signed an agreement aimed at supporting the region's fishing sector.
In an effort to help local fishermen during these times of economic inflation, this company has committed to maintaining prices on the services it offers to the brotherhood's boats. This agreement underlines Portdenia Superyacht Marina & Shipyard's commitment to the support and sustainable development of the local community.
Recognized as a premier superyacht centre, it not only offers refit, maintenance, boat repair and mooring facilities, but is also a strategic meeting point for captains, owners and management companies.
The Dénia Fishermen's Guild, for its part, represents a vital fishing tradition in the region of Marina Alta, and its collaboration with Portdenia Superyacht Marina & Shipyard is an important step towards protecting this crucial industry. This agreement not only benefits fishermen, but also contributes to the economic and tourist development of Dénia.
With the recent expansion of Portdenia Superyacht Marina & Shipyard, the Marina Alta region is prepared to attract even more activities and stimulate economic flow in local businesses and companies.
This strategic agreement is a clear example of how the private sector and community organizations can work together for mutual benefit and that of an entire region, even in times of economic challenges.