Montenegro and Croatia welcome luxury yacht charters back into their waters

Montenegro has become the first country in Europe to be declared Covid-19 free and is re-opening its borders along with Croatia in time for the summer yacht charter season.

Kotor port in Montenegro
Kotor port in Montenegro

Montenegro is opening its borders to countries where there are fewer than 25 Covid-19 cases per 100,000 population, preventing the need for quarantine.

To maintain physical distancing and easy contact tracing, luxury yachts must abide by the following conditions:

Guests from countries not meeting the above criteria can still fly into Croatia by private jet under the following conditions:

  • No more than 10 passengers per aircraft
  • Passengers must possess a negative Covid-19 test performed by PCR method that is no more than 48 hours old

The maritime sector is fully operational along with the tourism and hospitality sectors, and all are eager to welcome visitors back to their shores.

Croatia is open for luxury yacht charters

Montenegro is a stunning destination within the Bay of Kotor and has crystal clear waters perfect for snorkelling, Scuba diving and other sports. Young children will gain confidence with the great visibility in the water, and there are beautiful beaches to rest on.

The Dalmatian Coast is a continuation of the vivid natural colours that Montenegro can boast of, and guests can easily disappear among the islands for a week of sunbathing, Scuba diving among wrecks and partying on board without ever encountering another group.