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DM Yachting is excited to bring you a delightful spell of Vinyasa yoga, pranayama, meditation, sunshine, and peace on board on their traditional sailing gulet. You will experience a week exploring mindful living through bodywork and mindfulness, enjoying some relaxed time on the stunning coast of Montenegro, reconnecting with your inner self, and making the most of the silence and peace that yoga brings you in your life.
During your one-week retreat, you will have the possibility of staying in one of the gulets available, Sude Deniz or Lady Sovereign II. Each of these gulets offers the comfort of a modern boat, so you will feel safe and comfortable. Snorkeling equipment, canoe, basic fishing equipment, kayaking equipment, and water ski will be available on the gulet. There is free Wi-Fi in each cabin.
Lasy Sovereign II was built by Mustafa Koseoglu, renowned for building sturdy, robust, yet elegant boats. She is designed to give a full sailing experience and when the conditions are suitable, they take pleasure in putting her under full sail. Her length offers an extended sun deck with a capacity of 12 guests and six double cabins. All cabins have ensuite bathrooms complete with shower and air condition. Television, Wi-Fi, and sun mattresses are available.
Her traditional gulet shape presents to her guests with a big sundeck area and very nice after deck dining area. The Lady Sovereign II is refitted and redesigned in 2016. The captain, chef, and deckhand will do their best to satisfy their guests along the journey. This gulet is available for private charter and cabin charter with itineraries around Montenegro Coastline and Croatia Coastline.
Sude Deniz, owning typical regional yacht structure called as“Aynakıç” and 25 meters in length, can host up to 12 guests in her one luxury master cabin, four double, and two single person cabins. Though she was renewed completely in 2015 and promoted to an upper category, with her great value, Sude Deniz is an economic alternative to other premium class yachts. The exclusive features of Sude Deniz include a huge-size saloon in proportion to her dimensions and guest capacity.
Having two single person cabins, which do not exist on any other gulets and the quality is unique, gulet Sude Deniz offers every comfort of a modern boat mixed with the charm of a wooden boat. It has enough space on the salon and on the deck and is equipped with air condition, private toilette, television, and Wi-Fi in each cabin.
During your gulet cruise in the south Adriatic sea, you will have the opportunity to have a holiday in complete relaxation, admiring the beautiful coasts of Montenegro and Croatia. The holiday will alternate time for classes, swimming, relaxation, and visit several coastal towns or be enjoying a drink from the boat’s bar. You will be served a delicious breakfast and lunch on board. Both beginners and experienced practitioners are welcome to come, and the non-yoga partners will definitely enjoy the trip.
On Saturday, the first day, you will leave from Kotor to Perast. The cruise will take between one and two hours. The check in and the meeting with the crew, for a welcome drink, will happen around 5:00 pm. After a short navigation, you will arrive at Perast, where you will spend the first night on board enjoying dinner and company.
On Sunday, you will leave after breakfast to Herceg Novi. The cruise will take about one hour. During the day, you will serve lunch on board and make a few stops for swimming. On Monday, you will leave Herceg Novi and sail towards Budva for about two hours. You will drop the anchor in front of island Sveti Stefan for swimming and have lunch on board and at the end of the day, you will arrive in Budva.
After breakfast, you will start the trip to Ulcinj. Before arriving in Ulcinj, you will drop anchor in front of Ada Bojana, for lunch and swimming. On Wednesday, you will sail to Bigova, for about four hours. During the day, you will serve lunch on board and also make a few stops for swimming. On Thursday, the sixth day you will navigate for two hours to Tivat and make a few stops.
Like previous days, after breakfast, you will start the trip. You will take direction from Tivat to Kotor, making a few stops for swimming and lunch on board. On Saturday, you will serve breakfast and then will proceed to the check-out.
During this retreat, you will take a tour to visit Kotor, Perast, Herceg Novi, Budva, Ulcinj, Bigova, and Tivat.
During your holiday retreat, you will explore several locations all over the Adriatic sea.
Montenegro also has its Mykonos and Budva is the center of entertainment, clear beaches with crystal water. Budva became the capital of the theater. “Budva City Theater” is, in fact, one of the most important, artistic, and cultural events holder throughout the region. For lovers of the early hours and after, Budva offers a lot to enjoy the nightlife.
Herceg Novi is a non-miss location. From the sea, the view of Herceg Novi is breathtaking. A tradition of importing seeds, exotic plants, trees, and fruits from around the world has transformed Herceg Novi into a veritable botanic garden carefully tended and expanded over centuries. Built on a series of terraces, this town garden is positioned perfectly with a view of the open sea and two peninsulas: Lustica and Prevllaka.
Herceg Novi is also known as the town of the writers. The list of famous writers from whom Herceg Novi was a muse is long. Writers have always been fascinated with Herceg Novi and this love for the town grows with each new generation. Perhaps, it is the dominating blues and greens of this sea landscape that brings tranquility and inspiration.
Leaving from Montenegro towards Croatia, the first stop is Kotor. The Gulf of Kotor, Boka Kotorska cuts deeply into the coastline of the southern part of the Yugoslav Adriatic, creating four spectacular bays ringed in mountains, the "fjords” of the Mediterranean. The old Meditteranean port of Kotor is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period. It is located on the Bay of Kotor, one of the most indented parts of the Adriatic Sea.
Some have called the Gulf of Kotor the southern-most fjord in Europe, but it is a submerged river canyon. Four centuries of Venetian domination have given the city the typical Venetian architecture, that contributed to making Kotor a United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization world heritage site.
The little town of Perast is situated where the innermost bays of Risan and Kotor converge. Preceded by two jewel-like islands, Perast is focused on the sea. From the interaction between mainland and bay, the inherent contrast of stone and water, the dialogue of island and wave, sometimes in harmony but often in conflict, this sea-faring town has derived its unity, strength, and sense of purpose.
Tivat is the final stop and it is situated in the central part of the Bay of Boka at the foot of Vrmac. The Bay of Tivat is the largest of four bays forming the Bay of Boka. In addition, to visit the beautiful center of Tivat, it is also interesting to visit the first luxury marina on the Adriatic, Porto Montenegro.
Porto Montenegro is a fun, glamorous, and relaxing experience with many facilities, highest rank restaurants, and fashion brands. International delicacies and authentic traditional Mediterranean cuisine can be tasted in one of five restaurants in the village from Italian delicacies, local traditional, and international cuisine to Japanese sushi.
The old town in Ulcinj is one of the oldest urban architectural complexes along the Adriatic Sea. It is an antique town with picturesque middle-aged, narrow, and curving streets, densely joined two-and-three-floor stone houses decorated with elements of the Renaissance and Baroque, and finally, there is a series of valuable edifices from the Ottoman time.
The oldest remnants of the walls date back to the Illyrian time. In the sixth century, the town got two gates: the lower, Eastern, which can be reached from the sea-side and the upper, Western, which can be reached from land.
The village of Bigova is the sixth stop and is situated in a small, sheltered bay with rocky beaches and clear blue water. As a tranquil seaside resort, it still retains the authentic identity of an ancient fishing village which attracts holiday-makers from around the world. The sea is calm and perfect for swimming. Walking the scenic hills around Bigova, you will enjoy spectacular views and discover other pretty villages of the Lustica peninsula with its olive groves and meadows. Here you can find one of the best fish restaurants cooked in a traditional way.
For this exquisite tour holiday, you will enjoy daily delicious breakfast, made with local produce and served along with tea. During lunch, you will make a stop and enjoy home-cooked lunch of local produce with barley or rice. One dinner will be served by the captain and service on board and the rest will be served ashore at one of the charming local restaurants.
Please book your flight to arrive at Tivat Airport (TIV).