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Porto Montenegro Yacht Club has a new home

The former Lido Mar on the Adriatic Coast was refurbished and transformed into the new home of the Porto Montenegro Yacht Club.
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The former Lido Mar on the Adriatic Coast was refurbished and transformed into the new home of the Porto Montenegro Yacht Club.

Porto Montenegro Yacht Club members will have access to a member lounge, restaurants, a bar, a nightclub, sailing and rowing facilities, a gym, tennis courts and the port’s 64-meter infinity pool in the new location.

“Since 2010, the PMYC has become an established center for sailing in Montenegro. It was time for us to bring it into alignment with other aspects of the port and reposition it as a club of reference within the Mediterranean,” PMYC president and Porto Montenegro managing director Oliver Corlette said in a statement.

The refurbishment was led by interior designer Tino Zervudachi of MHZ Design in Paris.

The infinity pool, the focal feature of the complex, has expanded its capacity alongside the Pranzo daytime restaurant, which reopens with a new menu.

The complex also houses the new nightclub and lounge bar Platinum and the De Gustibus Restaurant, which has a mezzanine bar overlooking the pool.

This year, the PM Sailing Club and Sports Club will also operate under the yacht club, offering members universal access to tennis, gym, fitness classes, rowing and the club’s yacht fleet.

The club’s growing fleet of racing yachts, including Blu26 and Tofinou 9.5 boats, commonly feature in the series of international regattas, alongside events and regular socials the club hosts throughout the year.

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