Exciting, adventurous and as sexy as Charlie’s Angels. At the entrance of the Tivat bay area, in the splendor of stunning Boka views is a marvel of the naval world. Exclusive in its luxury and unique in its architecture it is home to some of the world’s largest and most luxurious yachts – Porto Montenegro
Porto Montenegro is the first comprehensive state of the art deep water marina in the Adriatic sea. Offering more than 600 berths of all sizes – at least 130 reserved for yachts over 30 meters – as part of a full-service community of luxury apartments, shops, restaurants and other sports and entertainment amenities. The marina will have berths for 650 yachts with at least 150 berths reserved for super yachts up to 150 meters in length. Porto Montenegro is a phased development: there are now 185 marina berths, five mixed-use buildings containing 130 luxury residences, over 20 retail outlets, a full sports facility yacht club, 64 m infinity pool and lounge bar named The Lido Mar, a naval heritage museum, and a planned waterfront 5 star boutique hotel. Projects related to Porto Montenegro include a 18-hole golf course in the vicinity of Tivat Airport, and a possible acquisition of Bijela shipyard by Peter Munk, which should serve as a yacht maintenance facility.
SUPERYACHT MARINA OF THE YEAR’
Located in the beautiful UNESCO protected Bay of Kotor, Porto Montenegro combines a spectacular destination with a world-class marina and services.
Complemented by spacious waterside residences, signature restaurants, 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 180 m.
Porto Montenegro is the most vibrant marina-side retail village in the Adriatic. Bringing together established international brands and local businesses, this dynamic mix of over 50 stores including fashion and accessories, bars and restaurants, spa and hair salon, as well as yachting services and amenities, has year-round appeal. Restaurants offer everything from traditional local cuisine to Italian, Mediterranean and Japanese whilst the fashion stores stock designer labels alongside a host of independent boutiques.
This spectacular waterfront property comprises a mix of hotel rooms and private residences all designed by Tino Zervudachi from Paris. The terracotta roofed building, inspired by the countless Italianate palazzi around the Boka Bay, is a tribute to the area’s 400 years under Venetian rule.
A central, double-height atrium with expansive views of the sea leads out onto a tranquil water garden while a ground-floor café, restaurant and library bar provide a range of dining and entertaining options.
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools, combined with a signature Regent Spa and fitness centre, also make this an ideal hideaway in the winter months.