Montenegro, the jewel of the Eastern Mediterranean offers a mystic charm like no where else. From lively Tivat, an iconic region defined by its superyacht hub to the quiet corners of the fishing village of Perast, it takes superyacht owners from glitz and glamour to an ancient world, all cradled by dramatic mountain landscapes. Beyond its beauty, the Bay of Kotor is also the perfect gateway to the Eastern Mediterranean, and the region the ultimate home port for weeks of exploration. 

Ancient Charm 
Beyond the iconic port of Kotor, and Tivat's modern marina facilities is the ancient charm of the region. From the ancient walls of Kotor that feel plucked from a postcard, to Ostrog Monastery perched in the hilltops, its Balkan beauty is evident at every corner, as well as its colourful history.  Escape to the magical landmarks such as Our Lady of the Rocks, an islet was made over the centuries by local seamen, or take a historic delve into the region's Naval History Museum, where you can learn about the rich heritage of its nautical past, each and every corner marks a bygone era of dazzling allurement. The isle of Sveti Stefan is a glitzy world away from reality. Once a playground for movie stars of the 1950's, today, it invites superyacht travellers to privacy and seclusion, all wrapped up in East Mediterranean hospitality. 

Medieval Beauty Meets Modern Nightlife 
The medieval city of Budva is an example of Montenegro's historic facade. However dig a little deeper and you can find a wealth of galleries, churches, cafes, restaurants and luxury boutiques shadowed by its historic walls. Boasting some of the best crystalline beaches on the Montenegro coastline, the city is a summer paradise for superyacht travellers, with quieter crowds than it's neighbouring regions. While visiting the region's iconic Tivat marina, a calendar of enviable events, superyacht parties and headlining entertainers transform the region to a glittering hub of sophistication.

Nature's Gift
The wild beauty of Montenegro is one of its most treasured gifts. From Durmitor National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to the old town of Ulcinj, the region's natural beauty and ancient history has remained critically acclaimed to this day. Whether hiking its striking grey mountains, or becoming lost in the flora and fauna of Biogradska Gora National Park, its enchanted forestry and mesmerising walkways are perfect for intrepid adventurers.