Montenegro route


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Balanced vibe
Up to 40 people
20 – 40 age range
Free WiFi
July | August | September
Prices from €769/person

From mountains and canyons to fjord-like bays, nostalgic old towns to most stunning beaches. Get to now Croatia’s twin sister – Montenegro

Walk the medieval streets of Kotor, dine the most amazing seafood in the Fishermans village. Feel like a millionaire in Porto Montenegro, the most luxurious marina in this part of the World. Visit nostalgic old towns Perast, Risan and Herceg Novi. Hike mountains in Kotor. Get wild in Budva and Tivat. Relax in freshly opened, chic Lazure marina.

Montenegro route highlights

Fjord like bays
Fjord like bays

Where the sea meets the mountains. Sail the Bay of Kotor, often called Europe’s most southernmost fjord. Towering peaks and a rocky coastline dotted with charming waterside towns will leave you breathless.


Nostalgic coastal towns
Nostalgic coastal towns

Perast, Kotor, Tivat, Budva, Sveti Stefan…Montenegro is full of traditional Mediterranean coastal towns where locals still live with the nature. Sustainable tourism, local way of life and world famous Montenegrin hospitality.

Beach parties
Beach parties

Summer Vibes at it’s best. The most amazing Montenegrin beaches, cocktails and live DJs. Dance the night away.

Wellness oasis
Wellness oasis

Relax and enjoy swimming pool area, gym, yoga, massages and saunas in the freshly opened, chic, Lazure Marina. This traditional marina has everything you wish for, from fine dining restaurants to burger bars, cocktails and freshly squeezed fruit stands. Celebrate traditional Montenegrin hospitality and freshness of local produce.

SailWeek regatta
SailWeek regatta

Is there anything better than sailing and having fun with your mates? Get behind the helm, pull ropes, switch sides and most important, have fun. On SailWeek there are no losers. Everybody wins!!!

Spectacular mountain views
Spectacular mountain views

Hike the peak of Lovcen mountain or catch a taxi  to the top, for the most spectacular view of the surrounding mountains, postcard perfect cliffs and romantic bays.

Check in
Check in Tivat
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Day 1
Tivat – Porto Montenegro
After the Check in use your free time to explore Tivat…
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Day 2
Stroll around cobbled streets of this ancient town. Climb the St.John fortress and…
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Day 3
Meljine – Lazure marina
In the morning we’ll set sails towards Meljine and its newly opened – Lazure marina. Enjoy the Lazure facilities…
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Day 4
Žanjić – Fisherman’s village
After buoying in the small bay, use your day to enjoy swimming, paddle boarding and snorkeling before heading to one of the best fish restaurants…
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Day 5
In the morning we’ll set sails towards Budva.
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Day 6
Herceg Novi
In the morning we’ll set sails towards Herceg Novi. After docking use your free time to explore old town…
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Day 7
Tivat – Porto Montenegro
Today we have a leisurely sail back to Tivat. What a week it was! After docking relax…
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What’s included

7 days / nights accommodation on your yacht
Professional skipper with excellent local knowledge
Bring your own drinks and food at no extra charge
Bottled water & groceries for breakfast and lunch
* Premium and Deluxe spot bookings only
Free WiFi on your yacht
Towels and linen
Dinghy & final cleaning

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Frequently asked questions

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How do I get to Montenegro and my departure marina?

Travel to Montenegro


Kotor is very close to Tivat Airport (TIV), which is fairly well connected to European airports.
From Tivat airport you’ll have to take a bus to

Kotor main bus station

Price: 5-7 EUR
Duration: 30 min – 1 h

Then take a 5 minute walk to

Dream Yacht charter dock
Opposite of the Sea gates
TEL: +382 67 440 999

Taxi cost from Tivat airport to Kotor is approximately €10.


Although Montenegro has two international airports with multiple flights daily one way to get to the departure marina is also flying to Dubrovnik (DBV), Croatia which is well supported with significant European, Australian and American flight links.

From Dubrovnik airport you can take a bus to

Kotor main bus station

Price: 30 EUR
Duration: 3-5h (depends on the border and customs)

After you have reached the main bus station in Kotor, take a 5 minute walk to

Dream Yacht charter dock
Opposite of the Sea gates
TEL: +382 67 440 999


From Podgorica airport please take a bus to Kotor

Price: 7-12 EUR
Duration: 2 30 – 3 h

After you have reached the main bus station in Kotor, take a 5 minute walk to

Dream Yacht charter dock
Opposite of the Sea gates
TEL: +382 67 440 999

Taxi cost from Podgorica airport to Kotor is approximately €40-50 for a two hour journey. For larger groups of 4-8 people, we recommend booking through Prices start from 80€.

At what time is: Check in / Start of sailing / Return back / Check out?


Check in desk is open Saturday from 10 am.

We’ll meet and greet in the city of Kotor.

Kotor is going to be the start and finish point of SailWeek Montenegro.

We are sailing out Sunday morning so no need to hurry.

Groceries for breakfast and light lunch (*Premium bookings only) are going to be delivered straight to your yacht. If you wish to buy something extra there will be plenty of time for that. Supermarket is just around the corner.

We return to Kotor Friday afternoon and latest check-out time is until 9 am on Saturday morning.

If you have to go earlier you can do an early check-out. Please let us know in advance if you require early check-out.

“Groceries for breakfast and lunch” what does it mean? (*Premium and Deluxe spot bookings only)

“Groceries for breakfast and lunch” are included in Premium & Deluxe spot bookings only and delivered straight to your yachts on Saturday afternoon before you start your sailing trip. It includes all basic household items necessary for the week on the yacht. Breakfast groceries such as cereals(cornflakes and muesli), fruit, nutella, ham, bacon, cheese, spread cheese, butter, mozzarella, eggs, milk, yogurt, coffee and tea.

Mediterranean style groceries for the light lunch include pasta, rice, tomato sauce, pesto, cooking cream, parmigiano, canned tuna, vegetables (like tomato, cucumbers, zucchini, onion…), fresh fruit (like bananas, water melon, peaches, apples…), olive oil, sunflower oil, balsamic vinegar and spices salt and pepper.

You’ll get a couple of liters of soft drinks (orange and apple juice) and bottled water every day.

Furthermore the package contains paper towels, soaps, dishwasher detergent, sponges, toilet papers and garbage bags.

With the food packages provided, simply preparation is required. There are enough groceries for breakfast and one meal per day (half board) but you have to prepare it by yourself. You are also required to keep the yacht tidy and clean the dishes after yourself.*

* Those who are booking the full yacht have the option of booking the food package and a hostess who will cook and prepare the meals and clean after.

We are not going to control how much you eat and how often you are preparing your meals. As said, there are enough groceries for breakfast and one meal per day (half board). If you run out of food you may bring your own food and drinks on board any time at no additional charge. There are local shops and supermarkets at most shore stops to re-supply if needed.

Lugagge restrictions

On your yacht full bedding will be provided so you do not need to bring a sleeping bag.

We recommend soft bags, suitcases or frameless backpacks, plus a small day pack or carry bag. No external framed bags please, as they can damage or mark the walls of the yacht/cabin. Please limit your luggage to a maximum of 20kg.