Extraordinary summer season is taking off at Porto Montenegro
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 10:08 AM
Porto Montenegro will host parties, supercar rally, polo tournament, jazz and wine festivals and more exciting events
- Superwine 7.0, Gumball 3000 and Fashion show are back again
- Exclusive summer offers from Regent Porto Montenegro
The five-star Regent hotel and Porto Montenegro, the leading luxury yacht homeport and marina village, have curated a series of exciting summer events and activities for the 2019 season, covering all from music and food, to fashion and sporting events, all hosted in the heart of the Boka Bay at the glittering superyacht marina village Porto Montenegro.
To celebrate the summer season, the Regent will also be hosting a series of events and dinners for hotel guests, including a dinner with Michelin star chef Juan Amador at the end of August, the unmissable Captain’s Dinner, Candlelit Dinner and Full Moon Gala Dinner in the hotel’s Italian Garden, and lastly, the Truffle Dinner, to conclude the season.
Following the success of last year’s debut, the International Fashion Festival returns to Porto Montenegro from 19th – 20th July, to host some of the world’s most renowned designers. Last year, visitors saw creations from Sheika Hend Faisal Al Qassemi, LaQuan Smith, Anton io Grimaldi and Renato Balestra, with this year’s nam es to be announced exclusively ahead of the show.
Porto Montenegro is at the epicentre of this year’s summer coastal events, with an event for everyone to enjoy. Existing residents and new visitors alike can also enjoy the Porto Montenegro Yacht Club Beach bar, pool and open - air cinema, Naval Heritage Collection and adjacent Submarine museum.
The Naval Heritage Collection museum will be hosting several exhibitions. Matthijs Scholten, Ljubo Popadić,
Boris Dragojević are the contemporary artists that are going to show their best work at the NHC this summer. Follow the calendar.
The RC44 regatta in April 2019 confirmed the premium status of Porto Montenegro as the new European sailing center with great infrastructure and wind conditions. Two classic events will come back in summer. It is the Arsenal Cup, the largest regatta of the year, where the fleet goes through the Verige Channel and around Our Lady of the Rocks Island before finishing in the marina, and the 1000 Islands Race that is co -organis ed by the Sailing Club of Rijeka (SCOR) and Porto Montenegro Yacht Club (PMYC). This offshore regatta begins and ends in the Croatian ci ty of Rijeka, with Tivat as the half - way point - a course of around 300 miles.