Porto Montenegro

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WorldMediterraneanAdriatic SeaMontenegroTivatPorto Montenegro
42°26.065'N, 018°41.659'E Chart icon.png
Porto Montenegro
Radio VHF channel 71
Phone +382 32 660 900
Fax +382 32 674 658
E-mail [email protected]
Berths 650
Max. length 150 metres
Max. draft Unknown
Fuel Yes, including duty-free
Water At every berth
Electricity At every berth
Toilets Yes
Showers Yes
Laundry Laundry service but not a self-service laundrette
Internet Yes Free
Hours ?
Address Adriatic Marinas, Obala bb, 85320 Tivat, Montenegro
More notes about the marina

The marina of Porto Montenegro lies at the town of Tivat at the head of the gulf of the same name on the coast of Montenegro, around two miles S of the entrance to the Gulf of Kotor further inland. Formerly a naval shipyard named Arsenal, which fell into disuse after the Yugoslav Wars and the decline of the SFR Yugoslav Navy, the site was bought by Canadian businessman Peter Munk and transformed into a luxury yacht marina and a waterfront community, which caters to the needs of growing community of superyacht owners. Tivat’s position, together with the proximity of Tivat Airport, makes it a favourable location for a marina. The marina has berths for 650 yachts, 150 of them super yachts, up to 150m long. The waterfront community behind the main docks features about 250 condo units, conference centre, a market square, an art gallery, a museum, a sports complex and 10,000 square metres of retail space, including a supermarket and a department store. A Four Seasons 5 star hotel is almost complete (May 2013).


Call Porto Montenegro on VHF channel 71.


The approach is easy. As you head E down Tivatski Zaliv (Gulf of Tivat) look for the huge crane painted with red and white horizontal stripes that marks the marina. When close to the marina keep an eye out for the pilings for the marina's expansion. They are marked as isolated danger marks


Assistance is available from the helpful staff, who all speak perfect english. Tivat is an all year port of entry. You can complete all paperwork at the marina. On approach and arriving from outside of Montenegro, ask the staff if you should go to the customs quay or straight to the berth. If you go to the berth, the marina staff will deal with all the paperwork.


  • Laid lines, water and electricity to all berths
  • Tax and duty-free fuel
  • 7% VAT on marine-related services
  • Onsite customs and immigration
  • Onsite provisioning and bonded warehouse
  • Crew-training centre with STCW – 95 courses
  • Single and 3-phase electricityRYA accredited boating classes
  • Local repair and maintenance facilities
  • 24-hour security
  • Refuse / grey and black water disposal
  • Wifi
  • Sports Club: gym, fitness classes, tennis, squash and bowling


Local repairs available.




The marina is next to the small town of Tivat, which has supermarkets and a chandlery (behind Hotel Palma).


  • Tivat airport is a few minutes taxi ride away
  • Dubrovnik is 1.5 hours drive.


Contact marina for pricing info: Marina contacts


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