Located in the beautiful UNESCO protected Bay of Kotor, Porto Montenegro combines a spectacular destination with a world-class, full-service marina.
Complemented by luxury waterfront homes for rent and sale, international dining options, lively bars and a wide range of sports, leisure and cultural activities, the marina is an ideal superyacht homeport with berths ranging from 12m to 250m.
The marina opened with 85 berths in summer 2009, and has since grown to the current capacity of 450 berths (127 for superyachts). Following the completion of the recent expansion, in July 2015, the marina can now accommodate the largest yachts in the world, with berths up to 250m in size. A total of 850 berths have been planned by project completion, of which 311 will be for yachts over 24m – the largest offering for superyachts in the Mediterranean. an area of 12,400 m2 (133,000 sq ft)
The first six residential buildings, Teuta, Zeta, Ozana, Milena, Tara and Ksenija encompass 180 residential units and 3800sqm of retail space (over 55 units). All of the apartments sold out in September 2015.
The Regent Porto Montenegro Hotel and Residences opened August 1st 2014, offering 58 hotel rooms and residences, including two penthouse suites.
Regent Pool Club Residences, the latest addition to Porto Montenegro’s residential collection, were released for sale January 2015. The building will offer 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.
Shops and Restaurants
Each residential building complex contains shops and restaurants on its ground floor. These businesses include chandleries, fashion boutiques, waterfront cafés, bars and restaurants. Summer seasons include a selection of international temporary or ‘pop-up’ shops such as swimwear brand Heidi Klein and London concept store Wolf & Badger.
Lido Mar Pool
This 64m infinity edge pool and lounge bar cantilevered over the sea was designed by Richard Hywel Evans and features a 3m-high Jaume Plensa sculpture entitled ‘8 Possibilities’.
Porto Montenegro’s five-star Regent Hotel with serviced apartments on the marina village waterfront opened August 2014. The Regent Porto Montenegro’s building and gardens are built in the style of the grand palazzos of the Italian lakes.
Naval Heritage Collection
The Naval Heritage Collection showcases over 300 artifacts, from rare, fully restored, Yugoslavian submarines to the diaries of Princess Xenia. A selection of items is on show from the original Arsenal, established over one hundred years ago as an Austro-Hungarian, and subsequently, Yugoslav naval base.
Knightsbridge International School
An international school exists to serve the community of expatriate residents of Porto Montenegro. The school was developed in partnership with Knightsbridge Schools International, a London-based school group. The school provides the International Baccalaureate programme within the Porto Montenegro facility. It is the first boarding school in Montenegro, mainly serving foreign residents.
- Website: http://www.portomontenegro.com/