Porto Montenegro, the Mediterranean’s leading luxury yacht homeport and marina village, is proud to announce the opening of its first ever international office outside of Montenegro – in Moscow.
It is dedicated to provide the existing Porto Montenegro homeowners based in Moscow, both international and local businessmen, with a physical space to host their own private meetings. In addition, it helps to develop the business in the most strategic country for the brand.
The choice of Moscow as the preferred city for the first ever office abroad was never in doubt for Porto Montenegro. This is a clear reflection of the commitment to the Russian market at a time when the whole project is entering a rapid growth phase, with a new hotel, residential building and over 500 berths all under construction is set to become one of the leading marinas of the Mediterranean area upon completion new 170 berths in 2014 and the Moscow Office is going to play a major role in this endeavor.
“One of our main investors is from Russia so we have an ongoing connection with that market”, comments Matthew Morley, Senior Brand & Marketing Manager at Porto Montenegro. “Our intention is to host small gatherings in the office in future to introduce Porto Montenegro to new clients in the most effective way possible - by offering them an insight into the interiors they can expect to find when they eventually visit us in person”.
The spectacular spot, situated in the heart of the Russian magnificent capital, is designed by renowned Tino Zervudachi of MHZ in Paris and London. The architect was inspired by the all new Regent Porto Montenegro's nautical chic aesthetic. The priority has been given to creating a sense of calm and comfort inside, with a masterplan model of the development taking centre stage and nautical blues, whites and beiges dominating the colour palette. A plasma screen shows videos of the marina village to help evoke a feeling of summer.
“Having had the privilege to work as a design consultant for Porto Montenegro for many years now, both for the development and privately, and for many of our most influential clients, it is not hard to be inspired by the stunning setting there and the vibrant mood of the project”, stated Tino Zervudachi. “The natural woods and fabrics, linens and cottons and the fresh mood of the sales office are intended to reflect the elegant, understated and comfortable style of the residences currently being developed for PM, and bring a pocket of luxurious yachting, sun, sea and holiday spirit into the heart of Moscow”.
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