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Porto Montenegro

Porto Montenegro
Introduction: Porto Montenegro has become the ultimate superyacht hub in the Southern Adriatic, in the Bay of Kotor, with state of the art facilities to welcome yacht owners, their crew and marina residents, in a beautiful Mediterranean...
Towns close by: Kotor, Podgorica, Sveti Stefan, Dubrovnik.
Neighbouring ports: Marina Kaliman / Kotor / Herceg Novi /Budva / Dubrovnik Marina / Gruz / Cavtat / Uvala Tiha.
Latitude/Longitude: 42°26’07”N ; 18°41’36”E

General Information

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Town: Tivat - Bay of Kotor
Porto Montenegro is located on the shores of the small town of Tivat, in the famous Bay of Kotor (or locally, “Boka Kotorska”). This is the largest and most Southern fjord of Europe, and therefore the marina is particularly well sheltered by the Lustica and Prevlaka peninsulas, acting as natural harbour walls. From the marina, you can cruise on a flat calm sea in almost any weather to Perast and its picturesque islands (Otok Gospa and Otok Sv Djorje), to Kotor or to Herceg Novi, all located in this unique bay.
Montenegro is a fast developing destination. The country separated from the Yugoslavian Federation (or Serbia) on 3rd June 2006. Since then, the Montenegran government has always actively encouraged tourism and various forms of foreign direct investment. The conception of Porto Montenegro and the project to redevelop this harbour were planned jointly with the local authorities and a group of high net worth investors, led by the legendary Canadian entrepreneur, Peter Munk. Their vision was that with an ever growing worldwide yacht and superyacht fleet there was an increasing need for modern marinas with state of the art facilities. In addition, they identified a need from yacht owners to discover new cruising destinations, in contrast to other well established locations which are nowadays often saturated at various peak times of the year. After only a few years of existence this marina has become a very popular superyacht haven as well as an ideal home-port in the southern Adriatic Sea.
The marina is originally a naval base established in 1889 by the Austro-Hungarian Empire, given the bay’s natural shelter, its very deep waters and its strategic location for controlling the ships entering the Adriatic. With the fall of the empire, the facility was put to use by the Yugoslavian navy and then gradually neglected until Montenegro’s independence. As a tribute to its glorious past as a naval base, the developers chose to keep the huge rail-mounted boom crane that was left on the largest pier (Jetty 1) from the harbour’s early life, restored it, and made it into one of the first landmarks of Porto Montenegro.
Of course, the marina as we know it today has little in common with the old spartan facility before its rehabilitation. Depollution works were undergone and part of the quays reconstructed. In addition, a “village” of luxury residences, boutiques, restaurants and a five-star hotel were built. The developers spared no expense in bringing the best marina and property development teams in the world for this project. Every detail in its construction has been carefully thought through, from the choice of the marble for the quay’s benches and the stainless steel of the berth-modules, to the choice of palm trees that travelled half across the planet to this location. This huge marina complex is still partly under construction and will ultimately turn Tivat and Porto Montenegro into one of the most vibrant and leading superyacht hubs in the Mediterranean.
The Bay of Kotor is a great starting point to cruise and explore the Adriatic Sea. Since its opening, Porto Montenegro has become one of the main ports of call for yachts in the region. It is often used as a point of embarkation or disembarkation for yacht charters along Montenegro, Croatia and the Dalmatian coast. Dubrovnik is 35 Nautical Miles to the North and Hvar is located 90 Nautical Miles further along the coastline.
Porto Montenegro is ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 certified marina.

Port Capacity

Number of berths: 400
Smallest size: 12 m
Maximum size: 250 m
Depths: 5 m to 15 m.
Power supply: Singlephase 230V / 16-26 A, or 3-phase 400 V / 63-600 A.
Water supply: Fresh water is available on all pontoons and quays in the marina.
  • Short term berth rentals
  • Long term berth lease / license options to purchase or invest in (up to 30 years)
  • TYHA Gold Anchor accredited
  • Outside EU tax and import regulations
  • Tax and duty free fuel in the marina
  • 7% VAT applicable to marine related services
  • Onsite customs and immigration
  • Accessable via 3international airports
  • Helipad / helicopter & seaplane flights
  • 24/7 yacht assistance and concierge
  • Local repair, maintenance and management services
  • Onsite chandlery for all sizes of boats or yachts
  • Provisioning and bonded warehouse
  • Shipyard under development across the bay
  • Single and 3-phase power supply
  • Grey and black water pumping

Porto Montenegro is now one of the most vibrant waterfront communities in the Mediterranean. A dynamic mix of over 50 different businesses operate here all year, ranging from international restaurants and fashion boutiques, to everyday amenities and yachting services:
  • International, Adriatic, Mediterranean and Asian restaurants
  • Wine bar and Crew bar
  • Designer boutiques and international fashion brands
  • Lido – a 64-metre infinity pool, dining and nightclub complex
  • Day spa and hair salon
  • Dry cleaners, pharmacy, bakery and organic market
  • Yacht charter and brokerage offices
  • Helipad, helicopter and seaplane services
  • Yacht Club with regattas, RYA training and sailing school
  • Sports Club with gym, fitness classes, tennis, squash, bowling and cricket
  • Weekly calendar of events and excursions
  • Naval Heritage Collection museum
  • International boarding school
As a year-round facility, the Porto Montenegro Crew Club ensures crew are catered for, on and off season. Crew can sign up for membership at the marina
office or by emailing: crewclub@portomontenegro.com
Crew Bar
The Clubhouse hosts regular themed parties and live-cast sports, and is the hub of all crew activity in the port.
Lido Mar
Throughout June and September, enjoy access to the Lido Mar pool club which features a 64m infinity pool, bar, restaurant and serviced day beds.
Verige Beach Club
Just a 5 minute drive from Porto Montenegro Marina, Verige beach club offers sunbeds, cabanas, restaurants and bars. A free shuttle runs from the marina every day in the summer.
Outdoor Sports and Excursions
Within close proximity and around the port there is an abundance of water and mountain sports including kitesurfing, scuba diving, wake boarding, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, canyoning and white water rafting.
Complimentary Ski Chalet
During the winter season Porto Montenegro Marina is ideally located just a two and a half hour drive from Kolasin. Yacht crew staying in the marina can benefit from a Complementary Ski Chalet.

Port Directory

Porto Montenegro - Adriatic Marinas D.O.O. :
Obala bb
85320 Tivat
VHF 71
Marina office telephone: +382 32 660 900
Marina office fax: +382 32 674 658
Marina office skype: marina.portomontenegro
Marina office email: berths@portomontenegro.com

Official Website : www.portomontenegro.com

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