Porto Montenegro is the Mediterranean’s leading luxury yacht homeport and marina village. The state-of-the-art facility has been designed to cater to the advanced needs of all yachts, their owners, guests and crew with specific infrastructure for the largest yachts afloat.
The marina currently has 450 berths, 228 sold-out luxury apartments, as well as 55 units of ground floor retail made up of restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and amenities and a five star Regent Hotel with over 80 luxury suites and apartments.
Porto Montenegro, the Adriatic’s leading superyacht marina, recently added a 250m berth to its offer, instantly positioning it as a world leader that exceeds the largest superyacht berths even of One Ocean Port Vell in Barcelona (190m) and Grand Harbour Marina in Malta (135m).
With the largest superyacht currently afloat measuring 180m LOA, it will be the US$770million Double Century at 220m LOA that raises the stakes once more upon her launch and Porto Montenegro will be ready for her.
The superyacht directory Yachting Pages has published a list of its Top 10 new superyacht marinas and Porto Montenegro ranked 1st, above well established Mediterranean marinas such as Porto Cervo in Italy and Puerto Banus in Spain.
”Porto Montenegro is fast claiming a stake to be one of Europe’s most attractive new marinas. After recent changes at the facility it now offers the ability to berth superyachts up to 250m LOA, with the marina complemented by a retail and entertainment village, which offers luxury waterside residences, a five-star Regent Hotel, numerous restaurants and bars, designer boutiques and more” reports Yachting Pages.
One Ocean Port Vell marina in Barcelona, Spain secured the second place with berth up to 190m LOA, while the third place went to Grand Harbour Marina in Valletta, Malta, with berths up to 135m LOA.
Also in the list were Vilanova Grand Marina in Barcelona (120m LOA); Limassol Marina in Cyprus (110m LOA), Palmarina in Bodrum, Turkey (105m LOA); Marina di Stabia in Italy (100m LOA); Christophe Harbour in St Kitts in the Caribbean (91m LOA); ACI Marina Split in Croatia (90m LOA) and Marina di Loano in Italy (77m LOA).