Travel to Tivat (TIV) or Podgorica (TGD), Montenegro, via the United Kingdom or Paris. With low-cost airlines, like easyJet, you can get a connecting flight. On request, we can arrange airport transfers and the airport is approximately 15 minutes from our base.
An Foreign Certificate of Competence (ICC) license is required by the Government of Montenegro for all recreational skippers chartering Montenegro's flagged vessels.
Yes, all those services are standard at each of our bases worldwide
The currency is the Euro. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are widely accepted. ATMs are easily found and banks are open Monday to Friday (8:00am to 8:00pm) and Saturday (8:00am to 3:00pm).
The time difference in Montenegro is Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) +2 hours.
Visitors must have a passport valid for a period of three months after the departure date. For American, Australian, English and Canadian travelers, no visa is needed for stays of less than 90 days.
While Montenegro is not yet a member of the Schengen Region, it allows EU nationals to enter the country with a valid national identification card (no passport or visa required). Upon entering Montenegro, Australian, Canadian and U.S. citizens must have a return ticket in their possession.
Getting online is easy with plenty of Wi-Fi spots across independent cafes and restaurants. There are internet cafes in Kotor Bay and in some coastal towns. Coverage is patchy in the mountains and across remote areas.
You will need an export license for artifacts with cultural value, fauna and flora.
Sailing conditions in this area, with typical Mediterranean moderate winds and warm climate, are fantastic for all levels of charter experience. With a mild breeze in summer, the weather is stable. The Bura wind is cold, dusty, and raging from the northeast and is prevalent between November and March. The Jugo to the south-east is mild and blows from the sea to the coast.
On the coast and colder in the mountains, temperatures in Montenegro are Mediterranean. A hot, dry climate of around 27oC/80oF is present during the peak summer season.
On land electricity is 230 volts. the power plugs and sockets are of type F.
The language spoken in Montenegro is Montenigrin
The dialing code for Montenegro is +382
Please only take soft bags and not suitcases, as they would be too bulky onboard.