6.00 p.m. - Meeting at the pier Bar (Montenegro), check-in on the boat, a short briefing on safety measures and the use of equipment of the vessel, financial arrangements.
Bar - Petrovac - Bigova
During the sea crossing we will swim, dive, sunbathe and take beautiful photos on the background of the Islands of St. Nedelya and Katich. The beauty of the Islands is fascinating.
Be sure to visit the observation deck of the chapel of St. Nedelya to ring the bell and make a wish. In Bigovo we will walk through the quiet streets, look into the Church of St. Nicholas, from the walls of the fortress Grabovac admire the panoramic views.
Bigova -Blue Cave- Zanjice – Herceg Novi
Be sure to go to the Blue cave, which will amaze with its beauty and transparency of the waters.
We will sunbathe, swim, dive and get aesthetic pleasure from the contemplation of the beauty of the cave and the transparency of its waters.
After Blue cave we’ll have enough time to discover Herceg Novi, stroll through the empty streets, explore the old buildings ,churches and enjoy the atmosphere of history.
Herceg Novi — Stradioti island — Kotor
In Kotor you will have the opportunity to climb to the fortress of St. John, take a leisurely stroll through the Old town, visit the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, the palaces of Pima, Gergurin, Drago and others, relax in a cozy restaurant overlooking the sea and admire your photos taken during the sea crossing. An itinerary in Montenegro isn’t complete without this historic stop.
Kotor – Ljuta-Perast – Morinski Bay – Tivat
Our trip starting at Kotor port and taking you to the most popular sides of Montenegro Coast. Such as Our Lady of the Rocks, Island in Boka Bay, Perast and of course, Tivat.
Perast, a city built by wealthy sea faring families, later becoming a well known artist’s colony. From there, you will board a boat for a quick ride across the bay to Our Lady of the Rocks Church. This man-made Island was built by scuttling old ships and depositing stones around a small crag. According to legend, the islet was made over the centuries by the seamen who kept an ancient oath. Upon returning from each successful voyage, they laid a rock in the bay.
We spend the night at Porto Montenegro, Tivat, This old marine harbour is transferred to a state-of-the-art luxury marina with a chic beach club and beautiful pool.
Tivat – Cavtat (Croatia)
Cavtat also called a little Dubrovnik, in fact one of Cavtat names was Ragusa Vecchia which means Old Dubrovnik. Town is rally a hidden gem so we definitely to visit it.
Cavtat – Lokrum Island – Dubrovnik
When you pull into port in Dubrovnik, admire its beautiful setting and medieval architecture. About Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic, locals say: "to see Croatia, it is enough to visit Dubrovnik."
You will not be indifferent to the view of the Old town, the gate of Pyla, Stradun street, Minceta tower, which symbolizes the greatness and resilience of Dubrovnik.
You will also be expected:
- Cathedral of St. Sabine (it is the second largest Church after the Cathedral of St. Nicholas;
- Bari-Murattiano (New city with many museums, restaurants and cafes);
- Grotte di Castellana is an underground cave with many halls and corridors created by nature;
- Church of San Marco dei Veneziani;
- Archaeological Museum, founded in 1875;
- Petruzzelli theatre for music lovers;
- The town of Alberobello, which is famous for its fabulous houses Trullo.
This day you can devote to tasting local cuisine. Learn about different kinds of cheeses and salami while drinking a glass of wine. In one of the typical corners of the town, discover fried street food and the strong flavors of sgagliozze and panzerotti .
In a gelateria, enjoy home-made ice cream and choose your favorite from a great selection.
Bari - Budva
In this passage we will cross the Adriatic Sea, sunbathe on the deck of the yacht, spend some quality time after dinner with glasses of wine and share our impressions with each other. We'll have dinner on the yacht and socialize.
Our stop will be in the ancient town of Budva, the most famous resort in Montenegro.
Budva is considered to be one of the oldest settlements on the Balkan Peninsula. The old town of Budva lies on a little island that was linked to the land by a sandbar and in time turned into a peninsula. It is surrounded by ramparts originating from the XV century including a medieval fortification system with city gates, defense walls and towers.
Inside the walls the town is a combination of narrow streets and little squares with valuable monuments of different Mediterranean cultures.
Budva – Sveti Stefan – Queen’s beach( Kraljičina plaža) – Bar
Having breakfast on the boat or per your request in Budva.
After breakfast, you can go on a submarine tour to the uninhabited island of St. Nicholas, walk through the streets of the Old town, admire the panoramic views of the Islands of St. Nicholas and St. Stephen from the city walls.
Upon returning from a walk or excursion we go towards the legendary Island-hotel Sveti Stefan, where once lived Rockefeller, Vysotsky, Plisetskaya, Stallone, Gagarin and other celebrities.
We will sunbathe, swim and admire the views of the Islands of St. Nicholas, St. Stephen. Will have a lunch on a yacht with the Royal beach view. After the rest we will head towards the Bar, passing the picturesque olive groves of Petrovac, and in the evening we will have a festive dinner at a local restaurant of your choice.
7.00 a.m. - Wake up, we will exchange photos at the breakfast, share good memories and contacts for next time.
9.00 a.m. - Delivery of the boat.