Montenegro Sailing Clipper Charter
Circular: Tivat to Tivat
PRICING DEPENDS ON ITINERARY SO PLEASE CONTACT US TODAY
The Adriatic coastal and bay areas of Montenegro are a sailors dream: idyllic conditions, wonderful weather, stunning heritage-listed walled towns and vibrant cultural villages, beautiful islands and secluded bays, all punctuated by rocky outcrops and romantic hidden coves.
The Bay of Kotor unfolds like a magical world all of its own, where the towns and villages retain the architecture and spirit of the wealthy Venetian trading empire centuries ago. The medievil town of Herceg Novi, just over the border from Croatia and offers a relaxing bay, long waterfront promenade offering a great selection of bars restaraunts and cafes with a charming old town.
The route to the Budva Riviera offers a number of hidden bays including the fishing village of Bigova where you can unwind and enjoy the peace and quiet. Budva itself is one of Montenegro's most popular ports offering a scenic waterfront old town and array of night spots for you to enjoy.
What better way to explore this beautiful region than on your own 16.5m, 6-berth Sailing Clipper named "Miss Trilly" with its modern interiors and generous outside deck space perfect for soaking in the afternoon sun.
Food and drink is on a fully bring your own basis with no restrictions and your own personal english speaking captain will be on hand to take you to each of your handpicked destionations.
- Explore the amazing Montengro coastline with its hidden bays, medieval towns and towering mountains
- Design your own unique sailing itinerary to incorporate all the beautiful coastal sights or sit back and relax, you decide!
- Visit the historical walled towns of Kotor, Herceg Novi and Budva with your own english speaking captain.
- Bring your own food and drinks!
Montenegro's Beautiful Coastal Destinations!
On one hand, the untamed Lustica Peninsula with its secluded coves and iridescent blue seas is the least developed part of the Montenegrin coast. Once home to pirates and smugglers, today Lustica is a large swath of pristine Mediterranean countryside, the shore line dotted with undeveloped bays and coves.
On the other hand Tivat is fast becoming one of the Mediterranean’s most talked about tourism destinations thanks to Porto Montenegro – a luxury marina with berths big enough to accommodate the world’s largest private yachts.
BokaKotorska, or Kotor Bay, is a place of stunning natural beauty – a vast butterﬂy shaped expanse of water surrounded by breath-taking mountain scenery. BokaKotorska is remarkable for its wonderful coastal scenery and the many pretty villages and towns that dot the shoreline. Long before it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, the bay has been a magnet for sailors, traders and sightseers alike.
Kotor Old Town
At the head of the bay lies the old city of Kotor, one of the most exquisitely preserved medieval centres in the Mediterranean. Narrow alleyways open out onto piazzas, churches and palaces. The awe-inspiring twelfth-century city walls climb 200 metres up the sheer mountain face and form an impressive backdrop to Kotor’s annual Venetian carnival.
Meanwhile the beautiful heritagelisted village of Perast is littered with the palaces of seventeenth-century Venetian merchants, each vying for the best view over the bay to the beautiful island monastery of St. George and the ﬂoating church of Our Lady of the Rocks.
Located at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor and at the foot of Mount Orjen, this bustling little town has a host of architectural delights to show for the many occupations the town has endured over the last 700 years. The highlight is the magical, Italianate “stari grad”, or old town, though after a day here you will soon realise why it is known as the ‘town of steps’! Herceg Novi boasts a lively nightlife, so whether you want to sit by the sea in one of the many restaurants or dance the night away, Herceg Novi has something for everyone.
Herceg Novi - Blue Caves and Mamula
Amongst the many unique experiences available in Montenegro, more specifically the Herceg Novi Riviera is a boat trip with a very blue twist. Your starting point is on the Herceg Novi waterfront promenade where the many boat operators and ready to book you on a trip you won’t forget. Along the way you will visit the infamous Mamula prison island, used in operation during the second world war and swin in the mystical Montenegro Blue Grotto. THis tour Departs around 9am every morning over the summer.
The BudvaRiveria is one of the most beautiful and lively parts of Montenegro. The coast boasts some of the Mediterranean’s ﬁnest beaches – wide sandy bays, punctuated by rocky outcrops and romantic hidden coves. Budva itself has fantastic restaurants and nightlife, as well as an historic old town dating from the Venetian-era. But this is not just a place of outstanding natural beauty – there’s plenty of glamour to enjoy too. Budva Town buzzes with nightlife and fantastic restaurants that are full of atmosphere.
Nowhere sums up the Budva Riviera better than postcard-perfect Sveti Stefan, the hamlet of oldstone houses perched on a rock and connected to the mainland by a sandy spit. Once favoured by stars such as Sophia Loren and Elizabeth Taylor, the hotel is quickly regaining its cache as the place to be seen.
Please see below approximate prices for the Montenegro Sailing Explorer only and also with a package including return flights London Gatwick into Tivat and return transfers:
-Minimum 7 night duration
*Flights are available London Gatwick into Tivat, Montenegro from £249 per person along with return transfers from Tivat Airport.
*Pricing depends on itinerary so please contact us for an accurate quote
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|25/04/2016 - 29/05/2016
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|25/07/2016 - 22/08/2016
|23/08/2016 - 18/09/2016
|19/09/2016 - 02/10/2016
|03/10/2016 - 31/12/2016
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