Porto Montenegro Teams with Seabin Project

The partnership is an environmental initiative to collect data and research.

Porto Montenegro
Porto Montenegro is located in the Bay of Kotor.Zoran Radonjic

Porto Montenegro has launched a partnership with the Seabin Project, which collects floating trash, oil, fuel and detergents in an effort to protect the oceans and marine life.

The marina will be an ambassador for the pilot program, which includes students at the Knightsbridge International School determining what the Seabins collect to learn more about plastics and their effect on the environment.

“For the team at Seabin, this forward thinking, proactive and environmentally conscious marina is both an ideal partner and location to test and trial the V5 Seabin, and also to further develop innovative technology and programs.” co-founder and Managing Director Peter Ceglinski stated in a press release.

Commercial sales of the Seabin are expected to start by mid-2017.

450 berths: Porto Montenegro is built for superyachts and is able to welcome vessels as large as 820 feet length overall. Go to www.portomontenegro.com

To learn more about the Seabin Project, visit the website here.

Porto Montenegro has launched a partnership with the Seabin Project, which collects floating trash, oil, fuel and detergents in an effort to protect the oceans and marine life.

The marina will be an ambassador for the pilot program, which includes students at the Knightsbridge International School determining what the Seabins collect to learn more about plastics and their effect on the environment.

“For the team at Seabin, this forward thinking, proactive and environmentally conscious marina is both an ideal partner and location to test and trial the V5 Seabin, and also to further develop innovative technology and programs.” co-founder and Managing Director Peter Ceglinski stated in a press release.

Commercial sales of the Seabin are expected to start by mid-2017.

450 berths: Porto Montenegro is built for superyachts and is able to welcome vessels as large as 820 feet length overall. Go to www.portomontenegro.com

To learn more about the Seabin Project, visit the website here.