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Special Last Minute boat deals in beautiful and mysterious Montenegro

Special Last Minute boat deals in beautiful and mysterious Montenegro

This fleet of discount boats is waiting just for you. Enjoy the first week of May in Montenegro at an incredible price. Want to go at a different time? That’s no problem - on any boat at any time you can still enjoy a 3% discount.
This fleet of discount boats is waiting for you. Enjoy the first week of May in Montenegro, a beautiful and mysterious yachting destination, at an incredible price with an 8% discount.
Not available on those dates? You can still use our special Last Minute 3% discount on any boat at any time in Montenegro if you book it from 13 to 27 April 2019.

Why go to Montenegro?

The Montenegrin coast is rugged and lush green. Look forward to unspoilt nature, high mountains, canyons and wild rivers, ancient cities, steep rocky beaches and a varied underwater world.
Montenegro provides a beautiful yachting backdrop

Special offer in beautiful and mysterious Montenegro

We’ve prepared two great deals for you. Either take advantage of a 3% discount on any boat at any time, if you book it from 13 to 27 April 2019, or choose a boat from this special deal with an 8% discount:


  • 27 April to 4 May 2019
Boats moored at the marina in Bar.

Available boats

  • Oceanis 45 price: 1,484 EUR, deposit 1,500 EUR
  • Sun Odyssey 439: price: 1,369 EUR, deposit 1,500 EUR
  • Bavaria 50 Cruiser: price 1,599 EUR, deposit 2,000 EUR
Transit log: 150 EUR, outboard motor is free.

Weather in Montenegro

At this time of year the average air temperature is already 24°C and the water temperature around 20°C.

What not to miss when sailing in Montenegro?

High mountains and ancient port cities create a beautiful backdrop for yachting. What are the must-see places?

Boka Kotorska

Boka Kotorska (Bay of Kotor) is one of the most beautiful in the world. The deep bay, surrounded by the majestic Lovcen Mountains, penetrates 29 km inland and resembles a Norwegian fjord.

Throughout the bay the daily thermals work perfectly: calm in the morning, fresh thermal wind blowing in the afternoon, allowing you to enjoy a pleasant wave-free cruise.
In the Bay of Kotor there are perfect daily thermals


In the Bay of Kotor you'll find ancient ports that will truly take your breath away. The most well-preserved is Kotor, which is one of the few cities on the Adriatic coast that has retained its appearance as a typical 12th–14th century medieval town. The city is enclosed by long expansive city walls built by the Venetians.

You can climb the ramparts high above the bay and to the terraces of the original medieval castle of Sts. John (Tvrdjava St. Ivan). The climb is demanding at times and will take 30 to 40 minutes, but it's definitely worth it! There are breathtaking views along the way.
Kotor harbour, the most well-preserved harbour in the bay


Perast harbour is a true architectural gem. There are ancient monasteries on the two islands in front of Perast, Sv. Dorde (St. George) and the Gospa od Škrpelja (Mary of the Cliff). It was artificially created from stones carried by sailors grateful for their return.
 In front of Perast there are ancient monasteries on two islands


Once a dreaded place swarming with pirates who sailed out of Valdanos Bay and attacked ships for over two centuries. In the narrow streets of the old town you will find small shops with handmade products. The atmosphere of the city has a spicy oriental flavour.
The atmosphere of the city has a spicy oriental flavour


This Industrial port city is where you’ll board your ship. The landscape around Bar has a long tradition in olive growing. In the village of Mirovica stands what is said to be the world's oldest olive tree, at 2,000 years old. And according to tradition, none of the Bar residents were allowed to marry until at least 10 olive trees were planted.

The Stari Bar (Ghost Town) is the historic predecessor of Bar and is definitely worth a visit! The city was built at the foot of the Rumija Mountains. In 1878, the Turks blew up gunpowder stores and destroyed this beautiful city. The 1979 earthquake completed the destruction. Thanks to this, the city was nicknamed the Ghost Town.
Turkish aqueduct in Stari BarThere are numerous hidden gems to be found in this somewhat neglected yachting destination and much more. Take advantage of our discount boats in the first week of May and take a look for yourself.

Divers will find their place and thanks to regular and steady winds its great for windsurfing and kitesurfing enthusiasts. Plus, it’s also popular for sea kayaking and rafting in the deep canyon of the Tara River. Up on deck, seductive Montenegro is waiting to be discovered.

Boats in Montenegro