Acquera Yachting has announced the company’s expansion into a further key destination with the opening of an office in Porto Montenegro. The new opening allows for Acquera Yachting to assist yachts heading South en route to the Greek Islands, as well as those heading North to Venice, Trieste and also the Apulia region of Italy.

As recently reported by SuperyachtNews, the new opening in Porto Montenegro follows a busy time for Acquera Yachting, with new offices recently opening in Monaco, Antibes and St. Tropez, and the company winning the commercial management of Ischia Island, Italy.

Operating in Italy, France, Monaco, Greece, Albania, Turkey and now Montenegro, Acquera Yachting’s expansion alludes to further plans to establish their presence in other important markets. Zeljko Radonjic will manage the new operation, working with the Acquera offices in delivering integrated client packages that aim to provide full agency services for the yachts across multiple destinations and countries.

Speaking of the new opening, Stefano Tositti, CEO – Acquera Yachting, commented “Since our company launch back in February 2018, we have received a great deal of feedback from our clients looking for an agency in [Montenegro], so it is with great satisfaction that we are able to meet this demand”.

“Acquera Yachting is growing very quickly… Our services across the Adriatic will certainly bring a lot to the table and we look forward to looking after the yachts during their entire season no matter where they are headed” added Radonjic.

In the lead up to the publication of The Superyacht Migration Report, which will showcase emerging superyacht markets, especially where leading sporting events are concerned, SuperyachtNews looks forward to sharing an upcoming spotlight on a Platinum-rated marina in Montenegro.

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