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Porto Montenegro now offers tax- and duty-free fuel to private and commercial vessels, including yachts up to 180m. The fuel dock is at the end of Jetty 3 and has capacity for yachts up to 200m with a 15m draft.

The dock operates all year and has no minimum limit or registration restrictions.

Orders for fuel should be placed 24 hours in advance during working days and 48 hours in advance for delivery during weekends and on Mondays. The fuel bunkering station is on standby at VHF channel 08.

A valid vignette and a stamp with yacht’s details are required to take duty-free fuel. Upon completion of bunkering, the yacht must leave the territorial waters of Montenegro. With Customs permission, however, yachts can stay in the marina for up to 24 hours.

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