Montenegro is small enough to be overlooked and new enough to be ignored altogether (it gained independence in 2006). This is not a reflection on its status as a wonderful destination, however. The fact that it has not yet risen to the ranks of its neighbors in the region just means that it offers similar highlights with fewer crowd-induced drawbacks.
Montenegro's delightful lack of frenetic tourist accoutrements means that you can truly absorb the intense beauty of its coast without being distracted by indiscriminate light and noise. Charter a private yacht in Montenegro, and you will be ensconced in quiet historic splendor. A tower of forest and mountains just past the water's edge will beckon you to experience the land as well.
Porto Montenegro marina or Kotor harbor will gladly accommodate your charter yacht. You can't go wrong with locations in Montenegro so allow your charter specialist to choose the starting point that best suits your itinerary. Tivat, on the coast, has an airport, and you will make your way to the charter yacht from there (or a number of other airports throughout this area).
If you begin in Kotor, stop to appreciate the medieval architecture of its Old City before getting comfortable on board your plush yacht. Let the Roman influenced Cathedral of St. Tryphon rise above you before lying in your berth below sea level. Montenegro is small, but its coastline is quite significant. You'll immediately feel the urge to be at peace with the gravity of its land and the depth of its waters.
While floating in the Adriatic off Montenegro, you will witness looming mountains, powerful fjords, clear waters, and quaintly cluttered coasts. Check out the world's oldest olive tree in Stari Bar and the limestone cliffs prevalent in Budva and Kotor. Sailing feels simple and sublime against these dramatic backdrops.