Porto Montenegro has announced big expansion plans to position itself as the Mediterranean’s “premier yachting hub.”

Porto Montenegro is only 40 percent complete – and yet it already offers 460 superyacht berths, a five-star Regent Porto Montenegro, over 300 apartments, and a cluster of fashion boutiques and dining experiences. The site is world-class and generous in size, but over the next 10-years it will slowly expand into five neighbourhoods, close to doubling its capacity.

The goal for Porto Montenegro is to establish itself as the Mediterranean’s “premier yachting hub,” with “five lively and unique, yet interrelated neighborhoods.” Porto Montenegro will be able to offer 850 berths over these five locations, 315 of which will be allocated for superyachts and built to meet their special needs.

“Our objective is to complete Porto Montenegro as the Mediterranean’s greatest boating and superyacht hub, and to reimagine waterfront living with a broad mix of quirky yet integrated neighborhoods,” stated David Margason, Porto Montenegro’s Managing Director. Which will be introduced over the course of the masterplan’s lifespan, depending on market conditions, and which will blend together to create a location of discovery, as well as creative and adventurous fulfillment.”

“Porto Montenegro is a year-round destination geared toward modern lifestyles that promote a healthy mix of work and pleasure.” “With over 40 nationalities, Porto Montenegro is a worldwide community where people are bonded by their unquenchable yearning for the remarkable and their curiosity for the unexpected,” Margason concluded.

There are also proposals to establish a new shipyard dubbed Adriatic 42, which will be run in partnership with DryDocks World. Superyacht refit, repair, overhaul, and maintenance will be available at the old Bijela facility, which is conveniently located just a mile and a half from the marina village.