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In pictures: Peter Munk's prized Porto Montenegro development

The €287-million project is expanding to welcome the superyachts of the world

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The town of Tivat, Montenegro, where the marina is based.

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The Porto Montenegro marina and resort development, which has cost €287-million ($410-million) so far.

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A superyacht moored at the Porto Montenegro development.

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The Porto Montenegro marina has 250 yacht slips and another 150 are under construction with a total that will eventually reach 850.

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The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the five-star $60-million Regent Porto Montenegro hotel.

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The 67-metre horizon pool that is part of Porto Montenegro. It is one of the biggest horizon pools in the world.

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Three hundred guests attended the party for the opening of the Regent Porto Montenegro hotel.

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