Kotor, Montenegro

A Balkan country facing the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro embodies the rugged mountains and medieval villages that set the scene in historical dramas. Turbulent history has made its mark on the streets and architecture of this country, the compact townships comprised of structures that showcase the passage of time. Backed by steep mountains approximately 1,000 meters high, the geographically fortified nature of Montenegro lends itself to an aura of sleepy dignity.

Hemmed in by the massive Orjen Mountain and Lovcen ridges, the Bay of Kotor is composed of smaller broad bays and a series of inlets, the narrowest Verige Strait only 340 meters wide. Nevertheless, it connects the historical city of Kotor to open sea, adding sea-faring activities to the list of must-do alongside hiking canyons, exploring lakeside and historical digs.

Kotor itself is an amalgamation of winding streets and squares, characterized by its Romanesque churches and stone-based buildings. Expect the riveting combination of limestone cliffs, red roofed housing and a dizzying array of restaurants, churches, museums and bars within the fortified maze of Old Town. Think elevated archways and drawbridges and you’ll paint a picture of Kotor’s mesmerizing infrastructure. St. Tryphon’s Cathedral, a white-washed Romanesque masterpiece, is an iconic landmark.

Kotor’s other charms lay outside city borders. Fondly coined Our Lady of the Rocks, this tiny off-coast islet is created from a bulwark of rocks, inhabited solely by an Orthodox chapel. Adjacent Sveti Dorde is another miniscule islet around 28-miles long, offering casual dining and camping at its state park. Turning inland, Lovcen Mountain offers expansive hiking trails and a National Park teeming with wildlife.

Aim to go between May and October for fairly temperate weather, temperatures falling between 20℃ to 25℃ on average. Wetter months occur during the colder December through February period.

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Montenegro Yacht Charter

You can charter an impressive fleet of Bareboat Sailing Yachts and Catamarans from the Jewel of the Adriatic. We can also choose a crewed Charter Yacht from one of the Adriatic's most unusual locatons. The Luxury Motor Yacht Gisela and the Motor Sailing Gulet Svi Mi. Please click a link alongside to view more information on these yachts.

Name Length Currency Max Min
X-55 55 ft LOA 9,000 6,800
Sunseeker Manhattan 70 70ft LOA 32,900 27,100
Sun Odyssey 439 44ft LOA 4,080 2,080
Power Catamaran Damrak II 70 ft LOA 43,000 39,000
Pershing 50 50ft LOA 19,000 15,000
Oceanis 48 48ft LOA 5,330 2,500
Oceanis 45 45ft LOA 4,400 2,000
Oceanis 41.1 41 ft LOA 3,800 1,900
Oceanis 38 38 ft LOA 3,500 1,700
Nautitech 40 Open 40 ft LOA 7,950 1,345
MY 40 Power Cat 40 ft LOA 11,550 4,350
M/Y Private Lives 120ft LOA 79,000 68,000
Lucia 40 40 ft LOA 6,500 3,100
Lipari 41 39ft LOA 5,560 3,950
Lagoon 500 51ft LOA 13,200 6,200
Lagoon 46 46 ft LOA 10,970 1,765
Lagoon 450 45ft LOA 7,440 2,550
Lagoon 440 44ft LOA 8,200 3,350
Lagoon 40 11.74 Meter LOA 9,950 1,760
Lagoon 380 38 ft LOA 6,835 1,100
Jeanneau Prestige 46 46ft LOA 12,890 9,900
Jeanneau 54 DS 54ft LOA 6,490 3,230
Ipharra - Sunreef 102 102 ft LOA 55,000 55,000
Helia 44 44ft LOA 12,920 2,155
Gulet Mia 26 Meter LOA 19,250 14,000
Gulet Lady Sovereign II 31 Meter LOA 14,800 8,800
Gulet Kaya Gunnery II 29.5 Meter LOA 13,250 7,840
Gulet Iroko 68ft LOA 9,300 6,200
Gulet Dus Zamani 21 Meter LOA 10,500 6,480
Gulet Akana 31 Meter LOA 20,950 14,000
Gran Turismo 34 34 ft LOA 4,400 2,000
Ferretti 70 Fly 72 ft LOA 25,500 22,000
Elan 514 Impression 51ft LOA 6,500 3,710
Elan 434 Impression 43ft LOA 3,855 1,750
Elan 384 Impression 37ft LOA 2,844 1,320
Dufour 520 15.2 Meter LOA 6,970 1,675
Dufour 412 41 ft LOA 4,490 1,210
Dufour 405 40ft LOA 2,990 2,250
Dufour 360 36 ft LOA 3,650 945
Dominator 68 S 68ft LOA 28,000 21,000
Bali 4.1 Catamaran 41 ft LOA 9,660 1,580
Azimut 55 57'ft 5" LOA 14,000 10,700
Aicon 85 85ft LOA 43,500 37,000
Aicon 72 72ft LOA 36,000 25,000

Day 1

Kotor to Perast Check In and enjoy a leisurely sail to Perast.

Day 2

After Breakfast, enjoy exploring the Fjords of the Mediterranean. Enjoy a few stop overs for swimming and enjoy the Botanical Garden of Herceg Novi.

Day 3

Herceg Novi to Cavtat Sail to the Southern-most town of Croatia, Cavtat. Visit the Baroque Church, the Rector's Palace or the Franciscan Monastery.

Day 4

Cavtat to Sipan After Breakfast sail to Sipan, stop over for snorkelling and swimming. Take a light lunch onboard. Arrive at Sipan in the Afternoon and explore the 15th Century Church before Dinner ashore in a Croatian Taverna.

Day 5

Sipan to Dubrovnik Leave early and arrive at Dubrovnik early Morning. A tour of the City will uncover this most beautiful town. A night ashore inside the Medieval Walls of the Old Town.

Day 6

Dubrovnik to Tivat Set sail after Breakfast with stop overs for Swimming and Snorkelling. Arrive at Tivat and explore the boutique Shops, Restaurants and the High Life.

Day 7

Dubrovnik to Tivat Set sail after Breakfast with stop overs for Swimming and Snorkelling. Arrive at Tivat and explore the boutique Shops, Restaurants and the High Life.


Easy Sailing, typically 1-3 hrs most days with some longer days of 4-5 hrs.

Kotor Base Map

Base Name: Kotor

Port Name: Kotor