If you haven't decided yet where to go on your boat trip, Montenegro definitely needs to be on your list of must-see places. This country is located on the south-eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea and borders Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania. Until 2006 the country was part of Yugoslavia, but is now an independent state, and is a candidate for membership of the European Union.
Pure nature, clean and clear sea water and extremely warm hospitality of the locals combine in this place. And renting a boat in Montenegro allows you to see the country from a different angle!
Discover the history and the wild nature of the country. Of course, on a sailing trip you can sail to the coast of Albania or Croatia for a few more days. Note, however, that both countries are not part of the European Union and also have no entry visa requirements.
The cost of renting a boat depends on many parameters. In other words, the price can vary depending on the season, type of boat, its age, equipment and capacity. The duration of the rental and the chosen route also influence the cost.
Prices to rent a sailboat in Montenegro for a day start from £85. A larger sailboat will cost you on average £300.
To rent a sailboat for a week in Montenegro, you will pay from £550 to £2,800. Of course, you can also book a captained sailboat.
To rent a motorboat for a day in Montenegro, be prepared to pay from £150 to £450.
A weekly rental of a larger motorboat with a cabin will cost you between £800 and £2,800.
Prices to rent a catamaran for a day in Montenegro range from £280 to £550.
A weekly catamaran rental in Montenegro costs between £2200 and £4000.
A yacht rental for a day costs between £600 and £1,000.
For a week's cruise you can pay from £5,000 to £7,000.
This cosy, secluded corner of the world has many interesting sights, picturesque places and entertainment opportunities. Everyone will find something to their liking, whether it's excursions to ancient towns like Cetinje or Budva, trips to museums and cultural attractions, or taking part in water sports.
By renting a catamaran, sailboat or motorboat on the Click&Boat online platform, an unforgettable trip to the sea of one of the smallest, but at the same time one of the most comfortable countries in Europe, awaits you and your family! Don't waste time - climb on board right away, anchor in the most beautiful bays and ports of the coast, get to know the traditions of the country and learn more about the customs and culture of Montenegrins.
So, where should you dock and sail?
This is one of the first major cities on the southern coast of Montenegro, very close to the border with Albania. As a small peninsula, the ancient city of Ulcinj stands out against the sea. It is surrounded by ancient fortified walls that give the town a medieval atmosphere. It can be reached both from the northeast by land and from the bay by sea. You can visit its sights on foot, and also spend a leisurely day on the town's beautiful beach and explore the cheerful harbour promenade.
This port is located at the end of the Bay of Kotor. Sailing through this bay, you will see the natural beauty of Montenegro. High green fertile mountains and beautiful villages at your feet. Montenegro has an incredible charm that adds uniqueness to the country. Kotor itself is an old Mediterranean trading and port city with ancient cultural and historical buildings. The region has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1970, meaning its beauty is in no small part!
Today, the city is considered one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic. At the same time, the city has continued to grow and expand inland, and the beautiful beaches around the coast have attracted tourists from all over the world for summer holidays.
While cruising around Budva on your rental boat, be sure to stop and visit the old town, with its architectural gems, and explore the coastal caves with a guided kayak tour. It is a fact that you will find plenty to do in Budva!
Not far from Budva is the famous island village of Sveti Stefan. It is an old island, but now connected to the mainland by a sandbar. In addition, the island is a five-star resort that can also be visited by tourists who are not hotel guests for a fee. If you are looking for moments of rest and true relaxation, you will definitely like this place: the luxurious secluded beaches along the coast are perfect for relaxing in the sun.
Montenegro is the ideal place for your next boat rental, due to its location on the Adriatic Sea and its picturesque and mysterious beauty. The variety of beaches, hotels, as well as cultural attractions and historical towns allow all visitors to the Montenegrin state to have a holiday to their liking. As you cruise along the picturesque beaches and lively towns, you will be left breathless!
Therefore, in order to fully enjoy your trip to Montenegro, boat rental is a must!
Yes, you should rent a boat in Montenegro, because only then you will be able to visit all the important ports and the most picturesque towns in the country! And don't forget to include sailing in the Bay of Kotor in your itinerary: you will certainly enjoy the beautiful landscapes of this paradise!
Also, if you feel like a little change of scenery, head to Bar, a town from where it is easy and quick to reach Puglia - in Italy!
Montenegro is called "the pearl of the Mediterranean" for a reason! For true sailing lovers, it is impossible not to visit Montenegro and explore the sea through this land of black mountains and warm sun!
And to make your stay as varied and exciting as possible, you can hire a boat in Montenegro with Click&Boat and set off to the picturesque towns of Kotor, Budva, Bar, Ulcinj and Herceg-Novi. If you find yourself in the Bay of Kotor, be sure to sail along its entire length, one of the most beautiful places in Europe!
Register with Click&Boat today and plan your unforgettable boat rental in Montenegro. Our team wishes you a relaxing, unforgettable and, of course, exciting holiday!
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