This small country in the south of the Adriatic has only 293 km of coastline, but truly much to see along it. The larger cities on the coast are home to the five main (and only) marinas in Montenegro: Herceg Novi, Kotor, Tivat, Budva and Bar.
Few years ago a Canadian businessman Peter Munk was fascinated with Montenegro, so he decided to turn it into the most luxurious marina in the Adriatic. Porto Montenegro has a perfect location inside the gulf of Boka Kotorska, protected from strong winds and storms by surrounding mountains. It is a must-visit for modern jet setters.
Montenegro is an attractive sailing destination. Its coastline isn’t long but there are plenty of places to visit. Don’t miss Boka Kotorska that provided a natural shelter to the famous Boka navy. Bar, Ulcinj, Budva and Ada Bojana make the Montenegrin Riviera with sandy beaches and luxury hotel resorts.
The Thousand Islands Race is having its second edition this year from September 18th to 28th. The racecourse spreads across the 227 Nm long route from Rijeka, Croatia to marina Porto Montenegro in Tivat, Montenegro. The winner will be the one that finds the fastest way to sail between a thousand Adriatic islands.