According to a list of registered yachts issued by the Department of Maritime Security on the basis of free access to information, Serbian businessman Mišković, owner of Delta Holding, has a yacht Nautilus I in Montenegro. Mišković is charged with a tax evasion of about three million euros in Serbia and the trial was repeated at the end of May this year. The owner of the Swisslion-Takovo factory and brother of the politician Vuk Draskovic, Rodoljub, owns the yacht. "Lav Nikolaj Fjodor". The company of the Serbian businessman has been one of the biggest tax debtors in the Republika Srpska for years.
Bosnian-Herzegovinian politician and founder of Dnevni avaz, Fahrudin Radončić owns the yacht Aura 2 in Montenegro. According to the media in BiH, Radončić had joint affairs with Miskovic and he is friend of the current Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic. He also collaborated with Naser Keljmendij, a convicted drug dealer, for which Radončić was in custody and under prosecution in 2016.
The yachts, which are the symbol of the rich, apart from Radončić, are owned by three other citizens of BiH - Antonio Bagarić, Radivoje Samardžić, and Dragan Vidović. Samardzic has two yachts - Ljupka and Lady Katy. From Serbia's companies, the registered Yachts in Montenegro are Hewitt Globail, IT company Prointer IT Solution and Services by the businessman Slobodan Kvrgić, whose is said to be a close friend with the Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić. The Serbian Saniteko Group (50% owned by Željko Pujović and Montenegrin citizen Vladimir Brnović), owns one registered yacht, while another one is registered under the Russian Saniteko Group. Serbian companies Real Factor d.o.o., Maxim Media by Ružica Krdžić, and owner of Study B and Omometal by Miodrag Vasić also sail under a Serbian flag.
Serbian citizens with yachts in Montenegro, besides Miskovic and Drašković, are Milan Colić, Slobodan Stanković, Snežana Spasojević, Denis Damjanović, Snežana Jokić, Miljko Vojinović, Branislav Simović, Branislav Popov, Miodrag Spasenović, Aleksandar Mandić, Đorđe Karavdija, Ivanka Sjekloća, Nenad Petrović, Miljan Vukajlović, Radonja Miličić, Đorđe Radonić, Zoran Vukelić, Nebojša Šaponjić, Đorđe Đukić, Nebojša Radinović, Mladen Vukić, Danko Dimitrijević, Ivana Kovačević, Nebojša Iković, Danijela Pešić Belanović, Ivan Pešev, Jelena Obradović, Vuk Rašović, Aleksandar Krivokapić, Žarko Mudrić, Ivan Rakočević, Loran Sočo, Vanja Vukčević, Andrija Mićković, Milan Cincović, Milenko Ostojić, Zoran Vukadinović, Marina Kovačević, Dimitrije Lakić, Zoran Radanović, Gorica Maksimović, Adriana Rekalija, Tanja Bodrožić, Saša Milenković, Zdenko Tomanović, Mirjana Baša, Stevo Japundžić, Milan Tomašević, Veljko Radojković, Stanko Janković, Oleg Kukolj, Miodrag Potparević and Dimitri Vukčević/Boško Pr.
Among the American citizens with yachts in Montenegro are Radojica Gardašević, Alexander Mayants and the companies Marlin Bel LTD, and LD International LLC. Two yachts were registered at the late director of Sea Trade and Mimoza Anastasija Lašmanova, who was killed in Kotor last month. “Vijesti” did not get an answer from the Port Authority on the question of how much revenue was charged on the use of yachts registered in Montenegro last year and the first quarter of this year.
Most of the yachts are owned by Russians
The largest number of yachts in Montenegro are owned by Russian citizens - 67 in total. All Russian-owned yachts are registered in person. Among the yacht owners who sail under the flag of Montenegro are Mikhail Prokhorov, Alexander Bondarenko, Igor Ivanov, Vladimir Zhezdrin, Alexey Gerasimov, Oxana Chernyakhovskaya, Konstantin Dundukov, Valentin Gleizer, Mikhail Svinin, Sergei Martynov, Vera Broitman, Leonid Solomonov…
Text by Biljana Matijasevic, on June 28th, 2018, read more at Vijesti