With Montenegro having no cases of Covid-19 and no new cases during May, the Montenegrin government has introduced further relaxation measures for maritime traffic .
As confirmed by Porto Montenegro, the country’s borders are now open to all countries that have fewer than 25 people infected with Covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants. Yacht arrivals from those countries will not need to be quarantined.
In addition to the measures related to maritime, all businesses and services in Montenegro are now open and fully functioning.
In a statement, Porto Montenegro says: “The Montenegrin government has been extremely successful in eliminating Covid-19 from the country. As a result, Porto Montenegro fully supports all measures currently in place, which allow our industries to successfully operate, whilst keeping everyone safe.
”Implemented procedures include easily available testing on Covid-19 for all our clients and staff, special luggage disinfection for the marina and hotel guests, daily maintenance of high hygiene standards across the entire marina and nautical village.”
Porto Montenegro claims to be the Mediterranean’s leading full-service marina and luxury residential village, offering marina 450 berths, 300 apartments and over 80 retail units. It is located in the UNESCO-protected Bay of Kotor.