Exploring Boka Bay by the water is by far the best way to do it, and that is why we decided to build a custom spacious trimaran, one of a kind in Montenegro!
This tour is designed for all the travelers who want to escape the crowd and burning rocks of the coast and relax with panoramic private boat ride along the bay.
Spend all day with your private boat tour sipping champagne and eating fruits while admiring the rocks above and refreshing in crystal clear water of Adriatic Sea.
Your tour guide will make sure to tell you the tale of Boka Bay and point out all the necessary information about locations visited.
Embarking is in Kotor port.
First swimming break is expected in just about 20 minutes after the start, and to get to the Blue Cave, which is outside of Boka Bay, we have to pass all four smaller bays – Kotor, Tivat, Risan and Herceg Novi.
Coastline is beautifully decorated with the architecture from the time of Venetian Republic, but among many, glorious Perast town is most recognized.
History of this area has been turbulent from the beginning of time, and, as the monuments are witnessing, hardest memories come from two world wars. One of the greatest reminders is surely imposing fortress-island Mamula, former Concentration Camp and prison, also called Montenegrin Alcatraz, located at the very entrance of the Bay.
As we pass Mamula, soon we come to the most famous cave in the country – its majesty, The Blue Cave! Considering the size of the boat, the only way is to swim-in, and for all insecure swimmers and children, we have life jackets provided.
The Cave is naturally shaped by the sea hitting limestone for already thousands of years, and now the sunrays can brake inside and create fluorescent watercolor. Amazing, isn’t it? Dive in and shake your body to see!
From there we go back to Tivat Bay, this time we make stop inside of an ex-Yugoslavian navy tunnel, made to hide war ships and submarines.
Just across, in Tivat bay we stop for lunch break with free time to explore Porto Montenegro. Yacht paradise and luxury town inspired by Venetian architecture abound in restaurants and shops, reflecting Mediterranean and marine life.
From Tivat we sail back to Kotor bay, and our final stop is famous artificial island of Our Lady of Rocks built by generations of devoted and religious sailors and captains. We visit the church at this ship-shaped island and hear the story of why this holy place is considered as a protector of all people in maritime business, and why the legend still lives.
Another swimming break and your full day private boat tour is completed.
Time to sum up the impressions and disembark is in Kotor.