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Gearing Up for the Largest Yachts Afloat

With approximately 730 yachts over 25m in length currently in production around the world, the demand for superyacht berths in the Mediterranean continues to outpace supply. Porto Montenegro’s infrastructure has been designed specifically to cater for the largest yachts afloat, right up to 180m, one of a select few such marinas in operation today.

The latest construction works completing this summer deliver another tranche of superyacht berths onto the market; over 70% of the new
extension is dedicated to 30m+ yachts with four 100m, three 125m and two 130m berths for the newly extended Jetty 1 with its historic red and white crane.

Additionally, a new fuel bunkering station has been built in the marina with capacity for yachts up to 200m. Holding stock of up to 800,000 litres of tax and duty-free fuel that can be pumped-out at 1000 litres per minute, these recent upgrades make re-fueling at Porto Montenegro an even smoother experience.

Completing the picture is a newly launched Crew Club, part of the 24hr Yacht Assist service and designed to help visiting crew make the most of their experience in Montenegro. Crews receive access to exclusive benefits in the marina village and around the country, including dedicated events such as bowling tournaments, paintball, wake-boarding and BBQs

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