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Our most common routes are:

Option I

Tivat – Lady of Rock – St George - Perast – Kotor – Tivat

Panorama Tour starts in Tivat, on the famous town esplanade Pine where our guests will board Tahiti catamaran. We sail near Porto Montenegro, luxury-yacht marina which is also a home of some of the most exclusive shops and restaurants in Montenegro. This marina is often compared with Monte Carlo because of its beauty, international air and high standards of service. Our next stop is a unique man-made island, where the beautiful Our Lady of The Rocks church stands. We will have a half an hour rest on the island during which our guests can visit the 17th century church and a museum where ancient stone monuments, frescoes and relics are put on display. Next spot is the nearby port town – Perast. The town was once a home of Venetian Fleet numbering some 1000 vessels and the last Venetian town in the Mediterranean. Today it is a wonderfully preserved historical town and one of the most beautiful spots on the Adriatic coast. Finally we will sail into Kotor, an old town, one of the UNESCO World Heritage sights. While walking through its streets one can still feel the original atmosphere of old Venetian towns. The town has impressive four kilometers long city walls which when lit during the night form the shape of a lion’s head.


Option II

Route:Tivat – Kotor – Mamula– Tivat

Party Boat Tour starts in Tivat, on the famous town esplanade Pine where our guests will board Tahiti catamaran. The first stop on our cruise is Kotor, an old town, one of the UNESCO World Heritage sights. While walking through its streets one can still feel the original atmosphere of old Venetian towns. The town has impressive four kilometers long city walls which when lit during the night form the shape of a lion’s head. We will sail past the Old Town and head for the mysterious Mamula islet. The island has a fort, built in 1853 by Austro-Hungarian general Lazar Mamula as a part of the Austro-Hungarian Army's contingency plans of preventing the enemy entrance into BokaKotorska. During World War II the fascist forces of Benito Mussolini's Kingdom of Italy converted the Mamula fort into a concentration camp. The concentration camp was known for torture and cruelty to prisoners. We will spend some time on Mamula and experience there a beautiful Montenegro sunset. On our way to Tivat you can have swimming time.

Bay of Kotor route

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