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Edmiston has opened an office in the new expansion at Porto Montenegro where several of its charter yachts will be based, including M/Y Mariu and S/Y Whirlwind.


“We have seen a huge growth in charter bookings in the area and are thrilled to have been invited to open a temporary base here,” said Rory Trahair,  Edmiston’s head of marketing. “With more enquiries year after year about chartering in Montenegro and Croatia, we’re certain that we can support the substantial growth this region is witnessing.”


This year, berth capacity at Porto Montenegro has increased from 250 to 430 holding yachts ranging from 12m to 75m.


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