A luxury yacht charter in Croatia and Montenegro is Southeastern Europe at its very best. Discover medieval towns, breathtaking bays, stunning sea life and incredible natural landscapes. Your Croatia and Montenegro adventure starts here.
Experience some of Europe’s most exquisite seaside scenery as you make your way along the Adriatic coast by charter yacht. The region’s diverse landscapes and serene emerald waters are revered for their biodiversity. Rugged terrain with rocky plateaus gives way to lakes overlooked by towering limestone cliffs.
Sun-drenched vineyards and olive groves adorn the landscape that surrounds the medieval architecture and picturesque ochre rooftops of Dubrovnik. For charming ambience, nothing beats this ancient setting where cobbled streets weave their way through a maze of restaurants, museums, churches and bars.
Perched between the Balkan Peninsula and the Adriatic Sea, this charter destination is filled to the brim with natural wonders, soul-stirring scenery and architecture lovingly preserved for centuries. Easily explored via superyacht, island hop, dive, dock in the shallows of scenic bays and prepare to be spellbound by a yacht charter in Croatia and Montenegro.
Begin your Croatia and Montenegro superyacht charter in Kotor, and cruise the stunning Bay of Kotor for the afternoon. The Old City is beautifully well preserved, dating back to the Middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Medieval architecture and numerous cultural monuments have made Kotor a UNESCO listed ‘World Natural and Historical Heritage’ site. Often known as Europe’s southernmost fjord, the bay you will be cruising along is, in fact, a submerged river canyon of the disintegrated Bokelj River which used to run from the high mountain plateaus of Mount Orjen.
Explore this world-famous city steeped in history. Dubrovnik is surrounded by two kilometres of ancient city walls built between the 11th and 17th century. The best time to explore them is during the golden hours of sunset where the pale light falls on the city’s picture-perfect ochre rooftops.
Lokrum and Koločep
Explore Lokrum and its stunning botanical garden. Take a walk up to the highest peak to the Royal Fort, which was built in the shape of a five-pointed star by the French army in 1806, and offers magnificent views of Dubrovnik. Then head to the tiny island of Koločep to enjoy its crystal clear waters.
Šipan, often known as Golden Island, is the largest of the Elafiti islands and is home to sun-drenched olive groves, fig-trees, scenic vineyards and citrus groves. Famous for its wine and laid back ambience, the island is small enough to appreciate by foot. With just two main settlements, Suđurađ and Šipanska Luka, explore the stunning isle from land or view from the shallows. Whilst the landward side features many natural anchorages for berthing, the seaward face has dramatic rock formations worth seeing.
Explore this lush, unspoilt island for a day. Discover its two spectacular salt lakes tucked away in the middle of the island amongst dense forests. If you’re a keen diver, there’s the opportunity to enjoy coral reefs, deep-sea crevices and underwater caves. Sites like Goli Rat offer diverse marine life and an ancient shipwreck at the entrance to Lastovo Bay. Vanji Koj reveals dramatic underwater terrain including plateaus, craggy rocks, caves and crevices through which you can swim. Seek out underwater caves only accessible by divers like Odysseus’ Cave and Rikavica.
Famous for its carnival, Lastovo is home to 46 small islands and features 46 churches and 46 vineyards. Since opening to tourists in 1988, the island has become a haven for nature lovers to explore its abundance of unspoilt nature. Take in the stunning surrounding sandbanks, good food and wine and be sure to visit the famous Lastovo chimneys that were once status symbols of the old Lastovo families before you leave.
Relax in the quaint, winding streets of the old fortified town of Korčula. The city's walls are home to a myriad of churches and squares and you could easily spend a few days exploring and enjoying the excellent restaurants. Marco Polo was said to have lived here and you can take a tour of the house believed to have been his.