Sailing Boka Bay, Hotel Regent Montenegro

The most fulfilling sailing is often the simplest…

Last month Alice and I tacked and gybed around Montenegro’s Boka Bay aboard a beautiful Tofinou gentleman’s day sailor. The fjord like scenery was incredible. Montenegro is a little like Croatia, though more dramatic and mountainous. Out on the water, the height of the mountains immediately becomes clear. There can’t be a better way to see this part of the world than from a tiller steered yacht like the Tofinou. Highly recommended.

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We were a guest of the brilliant Hotel Regent Montenegro, which offers sailing experiences to it’s guests in association with the Port of Montenegro. You can read my review in Luxury Lifestyle Magazine.

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