Located in the south Adriatic, Montenegro is a truly unique yacht charter destination. Rich in natural beauty with crystal clear lakes, rugged mountains, exotic wildlife, infectious culture and a mesmerising coastline, charter a yacht in Montenegro to experience a luxury yacht charter with a difference. Idyllic weather conditions and diverse attractions ensure a Montenegro yacht charter is a truly memorable vacation.

Realise your dream and charter a yacht in Montenegro this Summer

Located in the Eastern Adriatic, Montenegro experiences a warm, dry Summer. Temperatures are highest during July and August, with average highs of 28 degrees celsius, and very little rain. For a quieter Montenegro yacht charter, visit the region in June or September. Average temperatures remain a tempting 24 degrees celsius, however there are fewer tourists. Charter a yacht in Montenegro during the Summer months to experience the wonderful Adriatic sun.

The main ports in Montenegro are highly accessible. Porto Montenegró is a popular location to begin a Montenegro yacht charter, and is located just 5km from Tivat Airport. There are heliports located close to the port also. If you are currently located on the Italian coast or in Dubrovnik (Croatia), your charter yacht in Montenegro can be reached via speed boat in a couple of hours.

With 295km of coast and 72km of sandy beaches, it's no surprise that a Montenegro yacht charter is one of the most popular destinations in the world.

Popular Yacht Charter Destinations in Montenegro

A Montenegro yacht charter offers the opportunity to experience diverse and exciting attractions. From the enchanting Old Town of Kotor to picturesque resort of Sveti Stefan, and from the lively clubs of Budva to the therapeutic muds of Herceg Novi, a superyacht charter in Montenegro is sure to excite, whatever your tastes. With 295km of coast and 72km of sandy beaches, it’s no surprise that a Montenegro yacht charter is one of the most popular destinations in the world.

Kotor Yacht Charter

The Bay of Kotor is located at the end of the Croatian Dalmatian Coast. It is described as one of the most beautiful bays in the world. The largest natural fjord outside of Norway, a yacht charter in Kotor exposes you to a remarkable and dramatic landscape. The Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site, with large city walls stretching 4.5km around the medieval site. Climb the Venetian fortifications, and explore the Fort of Saint Ivan. After climbing the 1426 stairs that lead to the main tower, relax in one of the many chic cafés that line the old town, or lie on your charter yacht in the Bay of Kotor and enjoy the warm sun.

Explore Budva on your Yacht Charter in Montenegro

A popular destination for a Montenegro yacht charter, Budva boasts long sandy beaches, an impressive old town and diverse night life. Charter a yacht in Montenegro and sail to the 2,500 year old city of Budva, and enjoy the attractions the city has to offer. The Old Town is well preserved, and with pedestrian-only rules, is perfect for a peaceful evening walk. To the north of the town’s citadel is a large public piazza, lined with medieval churches. After exploring the old town, experience the famous Budva nightlife. Top Hill and Trocadero are world famous clubs located in the town, while numerous open air clubs line the water front. For a relaxing morning after enjoying the Budva nightlife, sail on your charter yacht to the nearby beaches to sunbathe or to use the watertoys on your private charter yacht.

For a relaxing morning after enjoying the Budva nightlife, sail on your charter yacht to the nearby beaches to sunbathe or to use the watertoys on your private charter yacht.

Other Must See Destinations on Your Montenegro Yacht Charter

Sveti Stefan 

Arguably one of the most picturesque resorts on the coast of Montenegro, Sveti Stefan is a must see on your Montenegro yacht charter. The small island is populated with charismatic 15th century stone villas, that overlook a pink sand beach and warm blue waters.

Herceg Novi

Located at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor, Herceg Novi is truly alive. The Old Town plays host to lively parties, chic cafes and picturesque squares. For a more therapeutic retreat, make your way to Igalo, famous for its mud baths. A lively, beautiful town, Herceg Novi is a must see while passing through the Bay of Kotor.

Bar 

A town with a huge modern marina, but also lots of interesting, old monuments. Bar is an interesting destination to include on your Montenegro yacht charter itinerary.

Ulcinj

What used to be a pirate town is now a bustling coastal resort. Ulcinj Castle is a sight to behold, located in one of the oldest old towns on the Adriatic Coast. Explore the old town to experience impressive architecture from the Renaissance and Baroque periods.

Famous cities in the region include the stunning Split and Dubrovnik, both popular destinations for a Croatian yacht charter vacation.

Croatian Dalmatian Coast

North of Montenegro is the beautiful Croatian Dalmatian Coast. If you wish to charter a yacht in Montenegro for a week or 2 weeks, it is worth sailing north to the Croatian Dalmatian coast. 79 islands stretch from Rab to the Bay of Kotor, with the rugged coastline populated by the Dinaric Alps mountain range. Famous cities in the region include the stunning Split and Dubrovnik, both popular destinations for a Croatian yacht charter vacation.

Charter A Yacht in Montenegro – The Costs 

There are yachts available to charter in Montenegro that suit all tastes and budgets. Whether you wish for a large, modern superyacht to rent, or are interested in a catamaran for charter for a quiet family yacht holiday, 212 Yachts are here to help. Simply contact us with the details of your planned yacht charter vacation in Montenegro, and we will send you a tailored list of yachts available to charter that meet your requirements.

Yacht charter prices vary on the yacht selected. Typically, the prices are proposed as € p/week + APA + VAT. Charter a yacht in Montenegro and pay no VAT. APA refers to advanced provisioning allowance and is used to cover expenses such as food, drinks, fuel and port fees. It is a floating balance used by the crew to purchase provisions on your request, and is typically 30% of the charter fee. For a full explanation of APA and yacht charter costs, click here.

“At the birth of our planet, the most beautiful encounter between the land and the sea must have happened at the coast of Montenegro. When the pearls of nature were sown, handfuls of them were cast on this soil“

If you are interested in a Montenegro yacht charter, contact our team today. We are here to help find the perfect private yacht for your Montenegro yacht vacation, to advise on your Adriatic charter itinerary and to offer assistance and advice at every step of the way.

“At the birth of our planet, the most beautiful encounter between the land and the sea must have happened at the coast of Montenegro. When the pearls of nature were sown, handfuls of them were cast on this soil“. – Lord Byron.

If you would like to charter a yacht in Montenegro contact the 212 Yachts team today.

Jenny Caird

Written by Jenny Caird

Dublin born Jenny Caird is the founder of 212 Yachts, applying her passion for customer service to create an ambitious and innovative brand. Over 7 years of experience in the yacht charter industry have made her an expert in her field. Whatever your query is, Jenny offers the perfect solution with a smile. With her motivation and dedication, Jenny and her team add the extra degree in yachting.


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