One of the Most Romantic Panoramas in Europe
Tens of thousands of yachts sailing in the Mediterranean are obviously bored of re-visiting the same places. That’s why, Croatia, Montenegro and Eastern Mediterranean are now receiving more and more yachts. Having gained its independence in 2006, Montenegro is one of the rising stars in Mediterranean tourism, especially as a charter boat route with its wonderful nature. Owning a coastal strip of 293 kilometers along the Adriatic, Montenegro’s high mountains, plenteous seas and Medieval towns deserve a high place in your ‘bucket list.’
The Boka Bay
The southernmost fjord of Europe, Boka Bay offers unforgettable views to its visitors. Here, four broad coves that meander into the land and make way to smaller inlets and narrow straits. But the bay’s true beauty comes from the 1,000-to-1,400-meter high mountains of emerald-green. Large and small mountains surrounding the fjord, little villages up the peaks and small Venetian port-towns with tile-roofed houses and the clear blue sea attest to the fact that this place does deserve being called ‘one of the most romantic panoramas in Europe.’
Each and every little coastal town in the shores of Boka Bay, enlisted in UNESCO’s world heritage list, are worth being discovered. Again under UNESCO protection, Tara Canyon, the second-greatest canyon in the world, and Skadar Lake, the biggest lake in the Balkans and one of the most important bird reserves of Europe, are also close to the Boka Bay. We recommend mooring your boat in the marina and making an excursion to these wonderful places.
Bareboat or Skippered: If you are a “good captain”, you may prefer bareboat but if you decide to hire a captain for your yacht charter, your experienced skipper will take you the most secluded bays and coves and tell the stories of these places.