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Montenegro Coastal Sailing Cruise
This is a unique sailing experience onboard the classic sailing gulet, Kaptan Sevket. She has competed in the past in Bodrum Cup Regatta and often won. This escorted sailing tour has been designed for travellers wanting a true and authentic sailing experience. On this tour designed for all ages, you will visit Unesco Heritage sites, relaxing onboard a luxury gulet with a high level of service and a real dining experience.

2020 Departure/Prices:

£995 pp double
£1492 pp sole occ
£1125 pp double
£1687 pp sole occ
7th, 14th,21st,28th

4th, 11th,18th,25th
£1175 pp double
£1755 pp sole occ
1st, 8th,15th, 22nd, 29th
£1125 pp double
£1687 pp sole occ
Port Fees: 90 euros pp payable on board


Children up to 12 years old sharing cabin with 1 adult -25%

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What's included:

7 nights cruise deluxe category gulet in a cabin with private facilities
Arrival and departure transfer from/to Tivat airport or hotel
7 breakfast, 5 lunches with 3 courses, 2 dinners with 3 courses and a Captain's Dinner.
Sailing 5 times a week.
Welcome drink and fruit plate
Selection of Organic Tea and biscuits
Bed linens, bathroom towels, beach towel changed mid week
Up to 6 hours Air Conditioning daily
Recreational equipment (snorkeling sets, kayaks, fishing rods, water ski, TV, DVD, Music System, card games, library)
Guided tour Old town Kotor, Persat and Islands
Free Wi-Fi on board
coastal map

Your ship: Kaptan Sevkat

Gulet Kaptan Sevket was built in 2003 and refitted in 2017. 

There are 6 cabins on board - 4 double and 2 twin bedded cabins. Maximum passenger capacity of 12 with 4 Crew members.

The gulet is equipped with the following: TV/DVD, music system, A/C, WiFi, card games, USB. There are also 2 canoes, a dinghy, water skis, fishing gear and snorkelling equipment available.

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Day 1. Tivat - Porto Montenegro
You will be transferred from your hotel or the airport to the harbour, where embarkation begins at 17:00 h. Get settled in your cabin before welcome drink and dinner. Overnight at dock.

Day 2. Tivat - Budva
If you are a sailing lover we recommend to visit the Maritime Heritage Museum, interesting from a historical point of view regarding Tivat and the early navy days. We sail out of the bay in the south direction. Refresh yourself swimming in Dobra Luka Bay and enjoy lunch onboard. Before arriving in Budva we will stop in the popular sandy beach Jaz. You will have rest part of the day to explore Budva, one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast, over 2,500 years old. Here are the most beautiful Christian settlements and definitely the most amazing churches in this part of Europe. Dinner out and overnight at a dock in Budva.

Day 3. Budva - Petrovac - Sveti Stefan
After breakfast, we set sail to the south. Today we go to visit Petrovac, a small city with a rich and interesting history. Lunchtime on your own way in Petrovac. Afternoon relaxing and swimming in Lucice Bay, a small and sandy beach. The afternoon we anchor in front of Sveti Stefan, a fortified island village. In the past was a favourite hangout of 60’s film stars and royalty like Sophia Loren, Doris Day and Princess Margaret. “Royal” dining experience onboard looking to Sveti Stefan island. A special appetizer of “Sea Crudites and Prosecco”.

Day 4. Sveti Stefan - Bigova
After breakfast, we will have a pleasant walk from Sveti Stefan to Przno through Milocer Park looking to the marvellous island of Sveti Stefan. Villa Milocer was once the royal summer residence of Queen Maria Karadordeva. We sail in the direction to Lustica Peninsula. Lunchtime and swimming in Trsteno Bay, a protected bay, with very shallow waters. Late afternoon we arrive in Bigova, an authentic fisherman village where you can enjoy a flavour of traditional Adriatic cuisine in one of the oldest fish taverna. Enjoy dinner on your own. Overnight at the dock.

Day 5. Bigova - Herceg Novi
After breakfast, we sail out and enjoy lunch onboard in Mirista Bay. Here you can swim and explore the famous Blue Cave, before arriving in the next port, Herceg Novi. Take time out to discover Herceg Novi, far from the madding crowds. Stroll through the empty streets, explore the old buildings and churches, check out one of the three fortresses: Kanli Kula, Kula Spaniola and Forte Mare. Experience the atmosphere and the history of this characteristic town, called the town of Mimosa. Enjoy dinner on your own. Overnight at the dock.

Day 6. Herceg Novi - Kotor
After breakfast, we sail into magnificent Boka Bay, the southernmost fjord in Europe, with a stop for lunch and swimming in Forte Rose village, a Greek settlement of IV century. We arrive early in the port of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The town is a medieval maze of museums, churches, cafe-strewn squares and Venetian palaces and pillories. It’s a unique place to see for the position and history. Enjoy dinner on your own at one of many restaurants present in Kotor. Overnight at the dock.

Day 7. Kotor - Perast
This morning we have a guided visit of the Old Town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The town is a medieval maze of museums, churches, cafe-strewn squares and Venetian palaces and pillories. Is a unique place to see for the position and history. Lunchtime in Risan Bay. Upon arrival to Perast, stop to visit Gospa od Skrpjela (Our Lady of the Rock), unique tourist attraction. You can’t miss to visit St. Nikola church in Perast and admire a stunning view from the top. Tonight, enjoy captain’s dinner onboard. Overnight at the dock.

Day 8. Perast - Tivat
In the morning we sail to Tivat for disembarkation and breakfast on board. Transfer to the airport/hotel.

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