Sailing is not only an enjoyable and unusual way to travel, but also a very popular sport. More and more people are choosing yachting in place of passive recreation in hotels and resorts. Hiring a boat in Montenegro is an ideal combination of fun, physical activity, exploration of new places and a complete feeling of freedom.
Our platform will help you in organizing your nautical trip and finding an ideal sailboat for your preferences and needs. In just a few clicks, you can find the right offer for you and your family, and contact the owner through the free message box available on the site. Do you know how many cabins you will need? Do you have any preference about the boat/yard manufacturer? Or maybe you have no boating experience and need a captain? With Click&Boat, all these details can be defined in your query using the filters located on the left side of the page, and so you will find the right sailboat for your trip!
Luckily for tourists, no visa is required to travel to Montenegro, so last-minute boat rentals are no problem. With a fleet of over 35,000 boats in more than 600 ports worldwide, Click&Boat offers users of its platform the possibility to find an offer that will allow them to meet all their specifications, even at the last minute. If necessary, contact our team of expert professional consultants who will quickly respond to your query and prepare a list of the most suitable boats for your needs.
Due to its favorable location on the Adriatic coast and the picturesque landscapes it offers, thousands of tourists come to Montenegro to combine moments of rest and relaxation with interesting leisure activities. There are a large number of beaches, hotels, and various tourist attractions and historical towns that offer all tourists in the country a huge range of options to make the most of their vacation and live unforgettable moments with the family.
In addition, its location on the Adriatic Sea allows tourists to get well acquainted with Montenegro by hiring a sailboat. We guarantee that you won't be able to take your eyes off this beautiful coastline and its charming towns while sailing along the coastline. In fact, as you sail along the coast, we are sure you will already be planning your next sailing trip in Montenegro, after all, there is so much to see!
To make your stay as pleasant as possible, you can also charter a yacht, speedboat or catamaran with Click&Boat and set off to the best towns: Kotor, Budva, Bar, Ulcinj and Herceg-Novi. You can safely leave your boat in one of the ports, such as the Montenegro Port in Tivat. While in Kotor, be sure to hire a small boat or motorboat and sail around the Bay of Boka Kotor - believe me, its magnificence will not leave you indifferent and you will never want to leave this paradise-like place! In fact, Boka Kotor Bay is one of the most beautiful places in all of Montenegro, often considered the pearl of the Mediterranean and Balkan coasts. So be sure to include it in your sailing itinerary.
"At the moment our planet was born, the most beautiful meeting of land and sea took place on the Montenegrin coast. When the pearls of nature were sown, a whole handful were poured into this soil" - this is how the country of the black mountains was once described by Lord Byron, the great English poet, and it is impossible not to agree with him! Montenegro is considered a country of beauty: endless beaches, blue waters and warm sunshine. And the fact that it hides secrets and ancient legends makes it even more attractive and mysterious.
Montenegro is like no other country in the world, it has a unique and fabulous atmosphere, and Podgorica is the smallest capital of the Balkans. The Kotor Fjord, the largest bay in the Adriatic Sea, here's the Click&Boat tip for an indispensable stop! The land of the black mountains has managed to maintain its primacy, take a trip and experience it for yourself!
For those interested in a quiet and peaceful vacation, Budva offers many beaches where one can relax, enjoy the sun and breathe the freshest sea air. The most popular beaches are Mogren, Becici, Slovenski Beach and Pizana. Fans of festivities will surely appreciate Budva for its nightlife and endless party atmosphere, as it is not only one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic, but also one of the biggest entertainment and party centers on the Balkan Peninsula.
Kotor is one of the most visited cities in Montenegro, and is located on the shores of the Bay of Kotor and the Adriatic Sea, and more than that, it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also home to one of the country's main ports, so you will find no difficulty in docking your boat. Kotor is located at the bottom of the Boko-Kotor Bay and is also its cultural and historical center. There you will find stunning views of the city, so every traveler should visit this beauty!
Also, as Kotor was under the influence of the Republic of Venice for a long time, this played a huge role in its architectural formation and the appearance of the city. Don't miss the opportunity to see: The City Gate, the Prince's Palace, the Clock Tower and the Church of St. Luke, built in 1195. It is interesting to know that Kotor is the paradise of street cats, loved by the population, these animals are already part of the folklore of the city!
Cetinje is one of the oldest museum towns in Montenegro, founded in the 13th century, and to this day one of the "capitals" of the country, along with Podgorica. Cetinje has the reputation of being the rainiest town in the country, however, this doesn't stop many tourists from continuing to return year after year. Worthy of note is the fact that you can reach Cetinje both by water and by land. While navigating on your sailboat in Montenegro, you can leave it in one of the nearby ports of Cetinje, i.e. in Bar or in the towns of the Bay of Kotor, and proceed for a short walking tour through the old capital. First you have to visit the Cetinje Art Museum and its holy sites, then the Vlaska Church and the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary in Chipur. All these sights create an unprecedented image for the city due to their preservation and immaculate decoration, as well as being key elements in Cetinje's history.
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Montenegro is a country located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the west of the Balkan Peninsula. Sailing is very popular in this country, even among international tourists. Everyone will find something to their liking here: both those who like to have fun on the hot sand and fans of museums and cultural attractions. The historic cities of Budva and Cetinje are ideal places for the active tourist: excursions, museums, city celebrations and various water sports activities.
Why not go on vacation to the land of warm sun and black mountains? Montenegro attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over the world every year. As one would imagine: the beaches are usually crowded with tourists and there are long lines for excursions and tours. However, hiring a sailboat in Montenegro will allow you to plan your own route for a personalized itinerary and enjoy a refreshing dip both in the open sea and in the unknown beaches and coves.
In addition, sailing on the Mediterranean Sea will allow you to get a true picture of this beautiful Balkan country. Feel the wind in your hair, the sun on your skin and the movement of the sea waves: how about visiting the most secret corners of the Montenegrin coast in a sailboat?
With help from the compact size of the country, you will be able to visit many interesting places and resorts. By the way, Click&Boat has affordable boats for rent in various destinations in Montenegro:
When it comes to the cost of boat charters, you must keep in mind that several factors influence the price of booking. First, the price depends on the type and capacity of the boat, year of construction as well as equipment and rental season. The route and duration of your cruise may also influence the hire price. And remember, the boat rental price varies from owner to owner, depending on their preferences and choices.
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