Boka Bay Catamaran Sail and Beach Break
Duration: 4 3/4 hours
Tour Code: KOY-008
Cruise lovely Boka Bay in a luxury catamaran, passing landmarks such as Our Lady of the Rocks church on the way to an exclusive beach club, where you will relax for several hours.
After departing from the pier in a sleek catamaran, you will soon be sailing across the heart of Boka Bay. The surrounding landscape is so wild and the cliffs so precipitous that the bay is often referred to as the southernmost fjord in Europe. It’s that stunningly beautiful.
In time, the ancient village of Perast will come into view. Like Kotor, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with extraordinary Venetian-style architecture and abundant Catholic churches. One of the most beautiful churches is Our Lady of the Rocks, which sits on a tiny island in the bay. As you circumnavigate the island, you can expect to hear the legend of how it was formed—supposedly by sailors who dropped rocks in the same spot every time they sailed by in honor of the image of the Virgin Mary being seen there. A light snack of a sandwich and beverage will be served aboard the catamaran.
Then it’s on to the exclusive Movida Beach Club, where you will while away the next few hours on Solila Beach. You might stroll along the sea, take a refreshing swim in the typically calm waters and relax in a lounge chair under the shade of an umbrella. The scenery is just as impressive as the beach, and you will have plenty of time to soak it in before boarding a coach and driving back to the pier.
Please note: This tour includes limited walking, primarily at the guests’ discretion during the stop at Movida Beach Club. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of ability as moving about the catamaran could be challenging. Swimwear worn under clothing for those who wish to swim; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended. Those who participate in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.