Do you think Montenegro is the most appealing when visited by land? Think again! If you arrive at this stunning destination by yacht, you will see a picturesque coast in front of you - tame, with sandy beaches and hundred-year-old olive groves, but also wild, with mountains touching the sky, guarding the ancient cities nestled among the crevices of the coast.
Length of the sea coast:
Bay of Kotor
Important ports and marinas:
Marina Porto Montenegro (with free tie-downs for all types of vessels and the border crossing control, which includes the Police, Customs, and Harbor Master's Offices)
Port of Kumbor-Portonovi (with free tie-downs for all types of vessel and the border crossing control, which includes the Police, Customs, and Harbor Master's Offices)
Luštica Bay - (With free-tie downs for all types of vessel. For the time being, this is an internal traffic marina, which means that when entering Montenegro for the first time, border control must be performed in one of the other marinas where it is permitted.)
Marina Budva (jurisdiction - Harbor Master's Office of Bar) - (With free tie-downs for all types of vessels and border crossing control which includes the branches of the Police, Customs and Port Authority, and which is exclusively seasonal)
Marina Bar (With free tie-downs for all types of vessels. To enter this marina, you must first perform a border crossing at Pier 5 of the commercial Port of Bar, whose berth with the border crossing is only a few hundred meters from the marina's entrance.
Zelenika Port - (In previous years, used only as a mooring for border crossings without accommodation capacity)
The Port of Kotor - (With free berths for all types of vessels and border crossing control, which includes branches of the Police, Customs and Port Authority)
More information on the capacities of marinas and ports can be found on the website of the Maritime Safety Administration of Montenegro.
Meljine's Port "Lazure"