Another new gay nude sailing cruise destination which is very popular by our gay skippers and travelers: Under the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, the overwhelming environment passes into the beautiful country Montenegro. Just south of Dubrovnik in Croatia, Montenegro's UNESCO status attracts sailing enthusiasts around the world. Discover white sandy beaches, small, uninhabited islands, inlets accessible only by boat and charming harbors.
We visit the hot spots of this country such as the mighty bay of Kotor where you imagine yourself in the middle of the mountains of Austria or Switzerland, beautiful ancient walled towns, where time seems to have stood still, but also a good gastronomy, beach holiday and you can find nice places to go out. For a detailed description, see the day planning. Also this country with its beautiful surroundings and whose liberal culture is similar to Croatia and ideal for Gay Nude Sailing Cruise.
We offer the Gay Nude Sail Exclusive sailing trip with a luxury catamaran sailing yacht. You can join one or two weeks. You can also combine Montenegro with Croatia. The weeks have a different itinerary and if you combine 2 weeks we will take care of transportation between the port of Dubrovnik and Montenegro (and / or back), about 50 min.
The harbors are well equipped and the towns and villages on the islands and along the coast are beautiful. Sometimes we spend the night in a beautiful green and sheltered bay, where we are alone under the stars. In August we sail in Montenegro, one week Gay Nude Sail Exclusive and one week Gay Sail Exclusive.
This cruise is including accommodation on board, the service of (nude) gay skipper and -gay cook, breakfast, lunch, soft drinks, harbor fees, taxes, gasoline and cleaning. Not included: Dinner and alcoholic drinks.
Day 1 -
Overnight at Porto Montenegro, Tivat, This old marine harbour is transferred to a state-of-the-art luxury marina with a chic beach club and beautiful pool. Free day in Tivat for guests who booked two weeks, but also boarding and disembarking for the guests who sail one week.
Day 2 -
A swim and lunch stop nearby Kracici with old submarines coves. The main advantage of the sea coast in the Grbal Valley is the distance from the noisy tourist areas. In this part of the country there are mainly agricultural lands (vineyards, gardens and olive groves), and along the coast there are a few villas and holiday homes. Therefore, the sea water in these places is very clean. Settlement Bigova - a quiet place located in a sheltered bay from the sea and winds. In the past, pirates hid here from storms and pirates rested from sea robbery, and now fishing boats and yachts of wealthy tourists swing on waves. The coast near the village consists of beautiful stony beaches and the surrounding air is filled with the aroma of laurel and coniferous trees, very useful for respiratory organs. An additional bonus for us: there is always the freshest fish on the table from local fishermen.
Day 3 -
We head further south to Sveti Stefan, where an ancient terracotta roofed village meets modern day luxury resort. Swim- lunch stop at Sveti Stefan or Milocer or Queen’s beaches.
We sail to Budva, where you’ll find sandy beaches along the coast. Known as an Adriatic version of the Riviera, you’ll find an attractive walled city, old monasteries, a natural harbour and a great atmosphere at Ploce beach.
Day 4 -
Swim- lunch stop nearby Mamula, an Island 80% covered by one of the oldest fortress of Europe, to defence the Gulf of Kotor, the largest and most south fjord of Europe. We spend the night by Herceg Novi, at the entrance to the Gulf of Kotor, where you can leisurely stroll around its heritage-listed tree-lined town squares and citadel.
Day 5 -
We sail to the bay and explore the blue grotto, or we head to Dobrec, Zanjic and Mirista coves for the Swim- lunch stop. We sail up to Rose, at the entrance to Boka Kotorska, one of the oldest settlements in the bay and we anchor in Zanjice bay and have a diner in one of the restaurants who the catch of the day what means the most fresh fish you ever saw.
Day 6 -
We sail to Perast and explore this small but beautiful village. In Donji Morinj we berth on a small jetty by this beautiful little village with a lot of small streams coming from the mountains and the associated water mills. Here is also one of the best restaurants of Montenegro: Catovica Mlini located in a stunning area and with ambiance.
Day 7 -
Swim- Lunch stop by the beautifull Sv Dorde Islands and explore its tiny islands of Gospa od Skrpjela and Sveti Dorde and their churches. We continue sailing in the Bay of Kotor with its impressive medieval fortress at Kotor snaking up the steepest mountains in the region. Enjoy local food and drink in the narrow streets and cobbled squares in this walled city. An itinerary in Montenegro isn’t complete without this historic stop.
Day 8 -
Time to say goodbye to our new friends, after breakfast, or continue with us for another week - Montenegro Clothing Optional Gay Sailing Cruise from Kotor to Tivat.
This itinerary is subject to change. Local circumstances such as weather may influence the itinerary..
You can fly to Tivat Montenegro Internation Airport (TIV). There are direct and indirect flights from Frankfurt (Lufthansa), Amsterdam (Lufthansa, Air Serbia), Manchester (easyJet), Munich, Paris, Belgrada, etc. Please check Skyscanner, or Skyscanner, or Kiwi - Book Cheap Flights! websites for best options.
Tivat Airport is approx. 2km from Marina Porto Montenegro Tivat, Marina Kotor is approx 8,5 km from airport. Easiest is to take a taxi for this trip.
You can also fly to Dubrovnik Airport in Croatia (DBV), and take a bus to Kotor, or Tivat, Montenegro. Distance is 94 km. There are no train connection, only taxi or bus. Travel route by taxi / bus has border crossing(s), delays in arrival time may occur due border control and heavy border traffic, special in summer / peak time. Total time Dubrovnik – Kotor: 1 hour and 40 minutes until 3,5 hours; Dubrovnik – Tivat: 2,5 until 4 hours.
• Very luxurious 40 feet Lagoon catamaran with air conditioning, spacious rooms and large sun deck
• Gay Sail Exclusive hosting Sailing Team (Skipper and Co-Skipper / Cook)
• Port charges, taxes, cleaning and fuel
• X-tra Exclusive and limited to a maximum of 10 guests for space, luxury and comfort.
• Full breakfast, varied lunch, soft drinks, coffee, tea or water, snacks
• Drinks available throughout the day: water, coffee, tea and soft drinks
• Swimming and snorkeling during lunch in a bay and end day
• (Bath) towels and bed linen
• Workshops: learn sailing, knot tying and navigate (digital and with charts)
• Flight (s)
• Dinner (every night in a different place at a local restaurant)
• Alcoholic drinks