Before you arrive
Here is all the information you should be aware of before your arrival onboard
EU citizens require a valid full passport, visas are not required for travel to Montenegro. If you do not have valid documents you will not be able to travel. Montenegrin law requires all passport holders from the United Kingdom have at least three months until expiry at the date of exiting Montenegro. Please ensure you have sufficient validity on your passports. Guests from outside the United Kingdom should check with a local Montenegrin embassy to determine the minimum validity on passports required. The carrier may be subject to a fine if you try to travel without the correct documentation and we reserve the right to recover any such charge from the passenger. For citizens of other countries, up to date information on passport, visa and health requirements should be obtained from the Montenegro Embassy.
We advise all clients to ensure they have adequate travel insurance for their holiday in Montenegro and cover them adequately for a gulet cruise holiday.
Health and Wellbeing while in Montenegro
Montenegro is a hot country during the summer months and you must keep yourself properly hydrated to avoid illness. Whilst most tap water is safe to drink we advise our guests to drink bottled water while in Montenegro to avoid a tummy bug. As with most hot country, there are lots of insects, most are completely harmless, you may wish to purchase mosquito repellent, which can be bought at the many local chemists. If you do become ill our representative can arrange for you to visit a local doctor.
- Last Covid-19 measures and recommendations in Montenegro
- UK Foreign and Commonwheath Office (FCO) Travel advice
- World Health Organization
Currency and Tipping
The currency in Montenegro is the Euro. You can change pounds into Euro in any bank or just use your cards in one of the many ATMs. In most restaurants major credit cards (Mastercard and Visa) are accepted for payment. Tipping is the norm in Montenegro, the normal level of the tip in a restaurant or a café is 7-12% of the bill. The currency onboard the gulet is the Euro. Tips for the crew are of course up to you. Normal levels are from 5% to 10% of your booking value.
Arrival Tivat Airport, Podgorica Airport, Cilipi Airport ( Dubrovnik )
Our representative will be waiting for you in the arrivals hall with the sign “DM YACHTING”, to direct you to either your transfer and provide any initial assistance.
Check-in and Check-out
Check-in Sunday starts at 5 pm and check-out next Sunday at 9 am.
Location: Marina Porto Montenegro, Tivat - DOCK H 10-13.
If you arrive earlier in the marina, you can let your luggage on the gulet and visit the Porto Montenegro village marina.
Onboard our gulets we serve the Adriatic cuisine preferring local food, when possible. Let us know if there are any dietary requirements to be aware of. Onboard gulet there is a bar where you can purchase drinks. The payment of the bill of the bar is at the end of the cruise in cash. The use of, paddleboards, kayaks, snorkels etc is included. All-day there is available wi-fi onboard, but major downloads such as films are not included. We have music facilities for iPods and CDs. Please bring your music if you wish.
We have a good selection of books on board, please bring new ones and swap with our present collection. Onboard you will have a travel guide about Montenegro and the crew will always be available to explain to you the places you will visit during your itinerary.
In the cabin, you will find bathroom towels and beach towel changed in the middle of the week, “beauty set” including shampoo, shower gel, soap and hairdryer. Electricity onboard: wall outlets accommodate plugs with two round pins, 220 V.
What to bring with you
Please bring any personal medication and sun creams as required. You will be exposed to lots of solar radiation, and potentially may also wish to bring mosquito repellents and bite creams. PLEASE BRING A SOFT BAG LUGGAGE.
You will not need to bring much unless you choose to, life is very informal unless you choose otherwise. Daytime wear is normally shorts and short-sleeved tops or swimming things. In the evenings you may prefer long sleeves and trousers/skirts. In early and late season a warm top is advised, and even a light waterproof top in case there is a shower of rain.
Gulet Safety and Captains Prerogative
Please note that while on the gulet it is important that you listen to and understand the safety briefing you will be given by the Captain. Please also be aware that due to weather conditions the Captain may be forced to vary the route, please be aware that this is his prerogative. The Captain and crew are there to ensure everyone has a safe holiday, please follow any instructions they give you to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable time.