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Shaping the future of Porto Montenegro

What is Porto Montenegro’s position as a superyacht destination?

Originally transformed from a derelict naval base into an emerging yachting destination by Canadian entrepreneur and superyacht owner Peter Munk, Porto Montenegro was founded on the principal of a luxury marina catering for yachts up to 250m.

Since its acquisition by the Investment Corporation of Dubai in 2016, there has been a renewed focus on the property development side of the business, with the construction of new residences, a major extension to the existing hotel and a 10-year plan to double the size of the development.

With a current capacity is 450 berths, and a total of 850 planned by project completion, of which 311 will be for superyachts, the marina’s long-term strategy is to unite the land and water and create a thriving homeport for superyachts and a hub for superyacht business.

As the port investigates further development plans, we are asking professionals from across the industry for their perception of the port as a yachting destination, by completing a short survey. The data collected through this process will help to mould the marina’s future development direction.

The survey should take no more than five minutes to complete and all respondents will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad. All participants, should they opt in to do so, will also receive a complimentary six-month subscription to The Superyacht Report.

To take the survey, please click here.



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