Yacht Charters in Montenegro
The peaceful waters of Montenegro and its coastal towns are as yet untouched by tourism and benefit from the quaint and quiet nature of this charming destination in the Mediterranean. Treat yourself to deserted bays of incomparable natural beauty and picturesque villages with winding medieval streets and Byzantine architecture all from the comfort of your luxury Montenegro yacht charter. This is one of the few hidden treasures left in the Mediterranean to explore by sea.
Yacht charters in Montenegro are adored by many. Experience the luxury with Denison Superyachts. View an example itinerary below:
Montenegro to Kotor: 4 Days
Day 1: Porto Montenegro to Bigova and Budva
Board your boat at one of Europe's best-kept secrets, Montenegro. This tiny and fascinating country combines lush, raw nature with a colorful way of life. Tall, green mountains, ancient cities and friendly seafront towns make for an up and coming yacht charter dream...without the crowds.
Cruise to Bigova Bay to anchor for a lunchtime swim, then head to the medieval city of Budva, now considered to the Montenegro equivalent of St. Tropez. Offering white sandy beaches, galleries, a vibrant nightlife and plenty of possible celebrity sightings, Budva has it all between its ancient city walls.
Day 2: Sveti Stefan Island
We now cruise on your Montenegro superyacht charter to an iconic landmark and picture postcard-perfect backdrop for the rich and famous, the island of Sveti Stefan. The Aman Resort Group, recently redesigned the Villa Milocer, which is worth a visit as well as the stylish boutiques, bars and restaurants.
Day 3: Kotor
In the morning, we will head to gorgeous and culture-rich Kotor. Stroll the old town, enjoy an aperitif and view at the Citadella Bar atop the city fortress walls and soak up the cozy, folksy atmosphere.
Days 4 & 5: Cetinje, Lovcen National Park, Perast, Departure
Take a day trip to the town of Cetinje, at the base of the Lovcen Mountain, a real treasure of Montenegrin cultural heritage. Of important cultural, spiritual, religious and historical significance for Montenegrins, Cetinje was the country's capital from the 15th century to 1946. Walk the town that seems bathed in the pleasant scent of linden trees and see the multitude of museums, including the National, Ethnographic, History, Art and Monastery Museums as well as King Nikola's modest palace. Worth mentioning is Lovcen's serpentine road, winding uphill from Kotor to the village of Njeguši, best known as the birthplace of the Petrovic dynasty, which ruled Montenegro from 1696 to 1918. Adventurous charter guests can head to the Lovcen National Park for the high rope course and "tree walking". You'll head back after to disembark from Montenegro.
Denison Superyachts has the experience to tailor Montenegro superyacht charters the way you want them. Contact the team for further information and enquiries.