Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Bay of Kotor, Porto Montenegro features state-of-the art marina and collection of waterfront and village promenade homes. Opened just over one year, the first 185 berths at Porto Montenegro are at near-full capacity and another 465 berths are in planning, with 150 dedicated to superyachts.

With Port of Entry status, duty and tax-free fuel, on-site customs and immigration, full provisioning and 24-hour security and Yacht Assist service, premium residences and exciting retail offer, Porto Montenegro is the most comprehensive and welcoming marina in the Adriatic.

Restaurants, a delicatessen and boutiques are built and already opened. The first residential block of four-storey high apartments, called Tetua, has been constructed – and sold out – with three further residences in development.

Porto Montenegro has committed to regard BREEAM certification, which is the most rigorous environmental certification methodology for buildings and communities globally, for all future new buildings

The fifth residential unit, Tara, has just been released for sale. The 45 studios, one to four-bedroom apartments and duplex penthouses with grand entertaining spaces, private rooftop pools and expansive views of the marina, range from €350,000 for a studio to a multi-million four-bedroom penthouse with roof top deck private pool.

Sustainability plays an important role in the resort’s development plans. The remediation of the former naval base has seen 18 rusting ships and submarines removed from the water. Subsequently, fish have returned to the area. Timber used in construction is either locally sourced or recycled, aerated tap nozzles reduce water flow by 30 per cent, and high levels of thermal insulation are used in the apartment walls.

Oliver Corlette, managing director of Porto Montenegro, said: “Porto Montenegro is transforming a broken down military base into a luxurious marina and nautical village. We are determined to integrate good environmental practices into all stages of our development and are thrilled to join Sustain Worldwide. We look forward to partnering with other open-minded and sustainable developments across the globe.”

Sustainable homes

Sustain Worldwide CEO Anwar Harland-Khan, said: “Porto Montenegro is a great example of a resort where the high net worth marina investors and residents demand high environmental standards of the developers. They, in turn, are committed to meeting and even exceeding those levels. It’s a virtuous circle where everyone and everything benefits. Sustainable luxury is the future of all residential resort developments globally, which Porto Montengro and a rapidly increasing number of high quality resort and community developers are coming to recognise.”

Sustain Worldwide’s members, who have committed to develop sustainably and in consideration of their impact on the environment and local communities, are creating sustainable homes that are amongst the finest to be found in today’s property market. Set in outstanding locations in Spain, France, Portugal, Greece, Morocco, Brazil and Kenya, the properties are priced from as little as £175,000 to several million.

For more information about Sustain Worldwide and its members’ luxury sustainable homes, resorts and communities, visit www.sustainworldwide.com or call +44 (0)20 7754 5557

For more information about Porto Montenegro, go on-line at www.portomontenegro.com