Our returning clients serve as a powerful testament to the fact that even in a small package, Montenegro is a place where indelible memories are crafted



Montenegro's coastline stretches from sheltered waters in fjord-like Boka Bay to open seas and long, sandy beaches in the southern regions. Its natural beauty is as diverse as its culture, with a captivating blend of the sea, high mountains, lakes, canyons, traditional villages, historic old towns, and modern developments, making it a destination well worth exploring.

The sailing season lasts from April until the end of October, while the swimming season extends from June until mid-September. Sea temperatures during the summer range from 25 to 28°C. You can sail the entire Montenegrin coast in just 7 days, making it an excellent choice for families with children.

One of the standout features of Montenegro is its relatively low nautical tourist density compared to Croatia.

Skippers can savor their sailing experience without the need to rush to a marina in search of a free berth for the evening.

Montenegro offers very modern and well-equipped marinas, including Portomontenegro, Lazure, Portonovi, Luštica Bay, as well as marinas in towns like Kotor, Prčanj, Budva, and Bar.



Two of Montenegro's five national parks are situated near the coast and can be easily visited during your sailing vacation.

National Park Lovćen is a mountain with its highest peak at 1,657 meters and is home to the mausoleum of the 19th-century ruler, Petar II Petrović Njegoš, one of Montenegro's greatest poets, philosophers, and statesmen.

Starting from August 2023, you can access Lovćen via the Kotor cable car. The Dub starting station is conveniently located around 6 km from Marina Kotor and 8 kilometers away from Marina Portomontenegro.

An 11-minute ride on the cable car provides you with the most spectacular views over Kotor Bay, ultimately leading you to the Kuk station at 1,348 meters within the National Park Lovćen.

Skadar Lake, the largest lake in the Balkans, is home to numerous bird species and offers breathtaking scenery. Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy the authentic food of this region and its traditional wines. You can easily reach Skadar Lake with organized minivan transfers from either Budva or Bar. Our company can arrange these transfers for your convenience.



Montenegrin cuisine is a delectable fusion of Mediterranean, Balkan, and Eastern European flavors. When sailing along the Montenegrin coast, you'll find plenty of coastal restaurants that offer buoys and jetties, providing sailors with an array of dining choices.

Here are our top recommendations for restaurants that offer these amenities:

Konoba Ćatovića Mlini, Morinj

Nestled in a charming village within Risan Bay, Ćatovića Mlini is a hidden gem surrounded by lush greenery and natural springs. Yacht buoys are available, and for added convenience, there's a boat transfer through a small river to the restaurant. Many guests hail it as one of the finest dining establishments in all of Montenegro.

Konoba Grispolis, Bigova

This restaurant provides buoys but also offers tender transfers for their guests. With a focus on fresh, daily seafood catches, it's the perfect spot for seafood enthusiasts. We recommend letting our company make a reservation in advance, especially during the high season when it can get quite busy.

Restaurant Mirišta

Overlooking Arza and Mamula islands, this charming restaurant is accessible via tender, with buoy options for yacht visitors. With its cozy atmosphere, affable staff, and delectable food, it is an excellent choice for a delightful lunch or dinner.

These restaurant recommendations cater to various culinary preferences and ensure a memorable dining experience for sailors.



Montenegro has a long and eventful history. It was always a meeting point of east and the west. It had republic status within Yugoslavia, after that it was in federation with Serbia and it is independent from 2006 which makes it the youngest European state.

Here are some interesting facts which illustrates its long history and culture:

  • Only a year after America was discovered (1493), "Octoich" was printed in Cetinje, the first book ever printed on the Balkans.
  • The cathedral of St Triphun in Kotor, built in 1166 is one of the oldest churches in Europe. It is 69 years older than Nottre Dame Cathedral.
  • One of the first acknowledged nautical schools in the world, was opened in Perast by Marko Martinović, a famous sailor from Boka Bay.
  • Ivo Vizin, a navy captain from Prčanj, is the first man from the south Slavic countries who sailed around the world between 1852 and 1859.


  • Montenegro is super easy to get to from many big cities in Europe, and it's well-connected to the rest of the world by air and land.
  • If you're from the EU, USA, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or Japan and you're planning a visit of 30 days or less, you don't need a visa. For travelers from other countries, you can apply for a visitor visa at the nearest Montenegrin embassy or consulate.
  • Currency is EURO, even though Montenegro is not in EU.
  • Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters.
  • The official language is Montenegrin, but English is widely spoken, especially in tourist areas.
  • Montenegro is in the Central European time zone (GMT+ 1).
  • Electricity in Montenegro is 220 Volts
  • International calling code +382, 112 for general emergencies and 122 for police.
  • Montenegro is generally a safe destination for travelers
  • Montenegro boasts many historical and cultural attractions, including old towns, monasteries, and fortresses.