Rent a boat in Herceg Novi

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Poseidon - Rent a Boat in Montenegro (1998)

Herceg Novi
8
With skipper
 32 · Super owner

From €330 per day

Advance G500 (2021)

Herceg Novi
6
Without skipper

From €434 per day

PASHA II (2001)

Herceg Novi
8
With skipper
 7 · Private · Super owner

From €214 per day

Discount offer

Bavaria 51 Cruiser (2019)

Herceg Novi
10
With or without a skipper

From €321 per day

Beneteau Swift Trawler 44 (2016)

Herceg Novi
6
With skipper
Private

From €1,650 per day

Sea Ray 240 Sundeck (The Wizard) with crew included (2018)

Herceg Novi
9
With skipper
 3 · Super owner

From €390 per day

Traditional Mediterranean Vessel with captain, fuel, drinks, and fun equipment included (1969)

Herceg Novi
3
With skipper
 3

From €120 per day

Hanse 400e; Vila (2008)

Herceg Novi
6
With or without a skipper
 4 · Private · Super owner

From €286 per day

Sailboat Y Y 40 12m (2008)

Herceg Novi
8
With skipper
Private

From €429 per day

Montenegro Outdoors (2018)

Herceg Novi
4
With skipper
 1 · Super owner

From €200 per day

Navar 710 (2000)

Herceg Novi
10
With skipper
 2

From €190 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 45 13.85m (2014)

Herceg Novi
8
With or without a skipper
 1

From €286 per day

Cap Camarat 6.25 (2006)

Herceg Novi
10
With skipper
 4 · Super owner

From €625 per day

Custom made boat from Korčula (1973)

Herceg Novi
32
With skipper
 1

From €327 per day

Ranieri Next 220 (2022)

Herceg Novi
7
With skipper

From €590 per day

Discount offer

Gaia 220 (Skipper Included) (1998)

Herceg Novi
10
With skipper
Super owner

From €440 per day

Barracuda 545 with Captain and Fuel INCLUDED in the offer (2019)

Herceg Novi
6
With skipper
Private

From €400 per day

Beneteau Flyer 5.5 Space Deck (2019)

Herceg Novi
6
With skipper

From €500 per day

Yacht charter in Herceg Novi with Click&Boat

At the base of the imposing Mount Orjen and right in the mouth of the Bay of Kotor sits the Balkan gem of Herceg Novi, a coastal region in the newly trendy travel destination of Montenegro. This area is home to fairytale-like villages, dramatic landscapes and some of the best beaches in the country. With a yacht charter in Herceg Novi, you can discover the azure waters of Montenegro and because of its favourable location, you can explore other parts of the country such as the areas around the Luštica Peninsula or the Bay of Kotor. See the very best of Montenegro with a boat trip in Herceg Novi, and experience everything that this gorgeous region has to offer.

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

If you’re looking for a bareboat charter in or around Herceg Novi, you should know that the price will be affected by numerous factors such as the time of year, the number of passengers on board and the size and type of vessel that you choose. Below are some average prices of a boat rental in Herceg Novi by boat type.

Sailboat

€4,400/week in the high season and €2,000/week in the low season for 8 people.

Motorboat

€434/day for 6 people.

RIB

€300/day for 6 people.

Catamaran

€7,060/week in the high season and €3,300/week in the low season for 12 people.

Jet ski

€960/day for 2 people.

Yacht

€8,000/week in the high season and €3,000/week in the low season for 10 people.

What can you see and do on a boat rental in Herceg Novi?

A Herceg Novi boat rental grants you access to the best parts of this region as well as nearby destinations. Here are some of our favourite things to do in Herceg Novi to add to your sailing itinerary.

  • Cruise around the Riviera: With your yacht charter you can sail around the strip of coastline between the towns of Herceg Novi and Igalo where you can stop and stroll along the promenade, sample local cuisine and go sunbathing on the beach.
  • Wander through the Old Town: The city’s Old Town or ‘Stari Grad’ is home to a variety of architectural styles and landmarks such as the Clock Tower, a fortress and the Kanli Tower. Visitors can meander through the charming streets and admire the colourful houses against the backdrop of the sea.
  • Take a day trip to the mysterious Mamula: This island is home to a former fortress that is an integral part of Montenegrin history and a major tourist attraction. While there you can visit the mystical Blue Cave, a natural rock formation painted in a blue hue. There is also a myriad of pristine beaches sprinkled all over the island where you can test the waters and relax.
  • Sample the beaches: Herceg Novi is known for its beautiful beaches with inviting, crystalline water. Go swimming, snorkelling and practise water sports such as stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking. Some of the most popular beaches are Plavi Horizonti, Meljine, Igalo and Zelenika.

What is the best time to rent a boat in Herceg Novi?

The best time of year to go on a yacht charter in Herceg Novi is between May and September when you’ll have a warm temperature with little to no precipitation. The highest average temperature is in the summer at 27°C, perfect for swimming at the beach! However, it is important to note that the summer months tend to be the most crowded so if you want to avoid flocks of tourists, we recommend visiting in either May or September. The weather will still be warm and you’ll even get better deals on boats!

Yacht charter in Herceg Novi with a skipper!

No matter whether or not you have a sailing licence, we always recommend opting for a skippered vessel for your sailing holiday. Having a skipper present on board your Herceg Novi yacht charter will enhance your experience and provide you with peace of mind that is priceless. They will take care of everything on the water such as docking, anchoring and sailing the vessel, so you don’t have to worry about anything but having the time of your life. Because skippers are usually locals, they can also take you to the best spots in the area, and show you some hidden gems you might not have known about otherwise.

For a personalised sailing adventure rent a boat in Herceg Novi with a skipper!

What type of vessel is best for a yacht charter in Herceg Novi?

The type of boat you choose for your yacht charter in Herceg Novi will depend on your needs and the amount of time you plan to spend on board. If you aren’t sleeping on the water and you only plan to stay a few days, we recommend a motorboat or RIB, which are usually rented by the day. For a longer charter, you’ll need a more spacious vessel such as a catamaran or a yacht, which include amenities such as a kitchen, bathroom and cabins to accommodate your every need. If you’re after an authentic sailing experience a sailboat would be the best option however, we always recommend choosing one with a skipper on board since they can be tricky to navigate.

Find the best vessel for your holiday in Herceg Novi, and start making memories that will last a lifetime.

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Catherine
Sep 8, 2019
The Lazure Marina is a nice location with a clean and quiet beach and good food close by. The Marina is within walking distance of the town centre and can be a base for other nice hikes. Aside from the Marina, the area is frequented by locals and has a nice atmosphere. Would return again if the opportunity arose.
Bojan
Aug 20, 2019
Port of departure was Miriste. We visited the blue caves, organizing swimming there, then we passed fortess Arza and Blessed Virgin Mery church. Then we sailed around Mamula bay. Lunch was organised in Rose fishing village. After that we made stoppage for swimming in Njivice. On the way back, we passed submarine tunnels.
Bojan
Aug 19, 2019
Departure was at 09:00 from the main pier in Herceg Novi. We visited the blue cave, Miriste bay, Mamula island. After that, we had a lunch in small village Rose. We had a few stoppage for swimming: in blue caves, Miriste bay, next to the island Mamula and in Njivice.
Bojan
Aug 17, 2019
We sailed directly to the Blue Cave (it's the furthest point of our trip), guests swam inside the cave. Then, on the way back, we passed by fortress Arza, Blessed Virgin Mary church and Miriste bay. We made stoppage for swimming in Miriste bay. Then, we sailed around Mamula Island. Then we passed by small fishing village Rose. We had a lunch in restaurant in Rose (name of restaurant is Forte Rose). It is very nice and romantic place with traditional Montenegrin food and with the beautiful view on Herceg Novi. They have their own beach also. On the way back, we passed next to submarine tunnels.