Herceg Novi Tourist Board

Herceg Novi Tourist Board

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 12:45

All foreigners and Montenegrin citizens without a registered place of residence in Montenegro are obliged to apply for a stay within 24 hours of their entry into Montenegro. If you are staying in registered private accommodation or hotel, the accommodation provider is obliged to do this for you within 12 hours of the hour of your arrival. Likewise, foreigner who resides in Montenegro for tourist purposes, and does not use services of accommodation provider, can apply for residence registration in tourist information centers.

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 12:45

All foreigners and Montenegrin citizens without a registered place of residence in Montenegro are obliged to apply for a stay within 24 hours of their entry into Montenegro. If you are staying in registered private accommodation or hotel, the accommodation provider is obliged to do this for you within 12 hours of the hour of your arrival. Likewise, foreigner who resides in Montenegro for tourist purposes, and does not use services of accommodation provider, can apply for residence registration in tourist information centers.

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 12:45

All foreigners and Montenegrin citizens without a registered place of residence in Montenegro are obliged to apply for a stay within 24 hours of their entry into Montenegro. If you are staying in registered private accommodation or hotel, the accommodation provider is obliged to do this for you within 12 hours of the hour of your arrival. Likewise, foreigner who resides in Montenegro for tourist purposes, and does not use services of accommodation provider, can apply for residence registration in tourist information centers.

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 12:45

All foreigners and Montenegrin citizens without a registered place of residence in Montenegro are obliged to apply for a stay within 24 hours of their entry into Montenegro. If you are staying in registered private accommodation or hotel, the accommodation provider is obliged to do this for you within 12 hours of the hour of your arrival. Likewise, foreigner who resides in Montenegro for tourist purposes, and does not use services of accommodation provider, can apply for residence registration in tourist information centers.

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 12:45

All foreigners and Montenegrin citizens without a registered place of residence in Montenegro are obliged to apply for a stay within 24 hours of their entry into Montenegro. If you are staying in registered private accommodation or hotel, the accommodation provider is obliged to do this for you within 12 hours of the hour of your arrival. Likewise, foreigner who resides in Montenegro for tourist purposes, and does not use services of accommodation provider, can apply for residence registration in tourist information centers.

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 12:45

All foreigners and Montenegrin citizens without a registered place of residence in Montenegro are obliged to apply for a stay within 24 hours of their entry into Montenegro. If you are staying in registered private accommodation or hotel, the accommodation provider is obliged to do this for you within 12 hours of the hour of your arrival. Likewise, foreigner who resides in Montenegro for tourist purposes, and does not use services of accommodation provider, can apply for residence registration in tourist information centers.

For all tourists who come from the sea with their vessels, the first obligatory station is Port Zelenika where registration is performed. STAY OF FOREIGN YACHTS IN THE WATERS OF MONTENEGRO Sailing – in of foreign yachts, Article 20 (Law on yachts – Montenegro) The person who operates a foreign yacht and sails into the waters of Montenegro is obliged to sail in the shortest way to the destination port open to international traffic, for carrying out border control in accordance with the law, obtaining a vignette and verifying the list of crew and passengers. The person referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article may, before entering the port of destination, submit copies of documents, by fax, by electronic means or through an authorized person, for the purpose of obtaining a vignette and verifying the list of crew and passengers. Vignette from points 1 and 2 of this Article, after performing the border control, shall be issued by the organizational unit of the Ministry (hereinafter: Port Authority or its Branch). For the issue of a vignette, the following evidence shall be submitted: 1) the request for obtaining a vignette; 2) registration certificate; 3) on the capability of a person operating a foreign yacht and crew members issued: a) by the competent or authorized authorities of the flag State, which are not in conflict with the STCW Convention, if the Convention relates to the yacht in question; b) the competent authority of the State with which the international agreement on the unilateral or mutual recognition of documents has been concluded; c) in accordance with the regulations of Montenegro; 4) on liability insurance for damage caused to third parties; 5) Ownership or power of attorney for the use of yachts; 6) on paid fee for the use of navigation facilities and administrative fees. Foreign yachts used for carrying out economic activities in Montenegro, in addition to the evidence referred to in paragraph 4 of this Article, shall also submit proof of compulsory insurance in accordance with the law. In the event that all evidence from paragraph 4 and 5 of this Article for the purpose of obtaining a vignette are not provided, Port Authorities shall order a person who operates a foreign yacht to provide the necessary evidence within a specified time limit, and until the delivery of the evidence, the yacht remains in the port of destination. The forms of the census, passengers and vignettes are prescribed by the Ministry. ” Approval for the Movement and Retention of a Crew Article 22 (Law on Yachts – Montenegro) To a crew member of a foreign yacht who does not have a visa to stay in the Republic may be issued a permit for movement and retention in the Republic during the stay of the yacht in the waters of the Republic. The approval referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, at the request of a Master or frontrunner of a foreign yacht, shall be issued by the competent authority. Orientation The church northeast of the settlement, the old hotel building along the coast northwest of the harbor, the warehouse and the cement port terminal in the port and the light to the NW corner of the pier – a white tower with a column and a gallery on the stand. Weather conditions: The harbor is fully exposed to the S and SW winds, which when blowing strongly creates a tide in the aquatorium of the port. North winds blow in strong bumps, but due to the small vistas do not create large waves. Sea currents: In the aquatorium of the harbor there is a strong current in the eastern direction. Tide: On the Montenegrin coast, the average amplitude of tide (the difference between medium high waters and medium low waters) is 23 cm. The mean amplitude between the mean higher high waters and the mean lower low waters is 29 cm. The amplitude between the highest monthly and lowest monthly mean values ​​is 64,1 cm. The absolute registered extremes relative to the hydrographic level at which the depths of the sea charts are reduced are 87 cm above and 42 cm below the hydrographic level. From this it follows that the maximum registered amplitude of sea level change in front of the coast of Montenegro, caused tide is 131 cm. The average sea level is on the rise in October, November and December and is lowered to the lowest in the summer months. Instruction manual for sailing in: Large depths at the approach of the port and in the harbor area, in the absence of obstacles for navigation, enable unhindered and safe sailing in the harbor. Depths at piers are large: at the NW pier, the minimum depth along the shore is 6,6 meters, while the SW pier has a minimum depth of 7,7 meters. It should be borne in mind that berths in the harbor are exposed to S and SW winds and to waves that these winds create. Berth: Port Zelenika has a function of a merchant port registered for international maritime traffic and a border crossing function where pleasure crafts perform the necessary procedures when entering the waters of Montenegro. The border crossing uses the NW harbor pier, length of 134 meters and is physically separated from the fence from the rest of the port. On the pier of border crossing there are eight bollards for mooring of vessels, two power connections, two connectors for propelling fuel and water hydrants. Port uses SW pier, length of 130 meters. On the pier are nine bollards for mooring of boats, two power connectors and water hydrants. Anchorage: Large ships can cast anchor in the area between Zelenika and Kumbor, and this is the best anchorage in the Bay of Herceg Novi. Water and electricity: In the harbor there are hydrants for water and electricity outlets along the wharfage. Fuel: On the shore of the border crossing point to the NW pier, there are two fuel connections. Port Authority and Customs: There are offices of Harbor Master and Customs in the place. Communications: It is possible to approach the port by a motor vehicle, and for further communication can be used the Adriatic highway which passes not far from the port entrance.

The port is located on the north coast of Herceg Novi Bay, opposite the entrance to Boka bay. 42 ° 27’N 18 ° 32’E Orientation: City with old ramparts and fortress and light on the head of the breakwater – stone quadrangular obelisk with three vertical and one slanting side. Weather conditions: The port is particularly exposed to S and SW winds and waves, during south wind in the port is formed swell and waves pass through the breakwater. Storms from the NW direction in the harbor develop waves. The port is well protected from other winds. Sailing in instruction: During sailing in and sailing out, attention should be paid to two cliffs that are about 200 meters from the head of the breakwater and to the underwater stones in the extension of the breakwater head provided in the W direction. At the approach of the port from the SE and S direction, attention should be paid to the Karatoc rock and to the underwater sewer pipe that enters the sea 300 m E from the port light and stretches in the direction of 194 ̊. In the northern, shallow part of the port’s aquatorium, attention should be paid to the number of concrete anchored blocks on the bottom which height above the bottom in some cases reaches one meter. Berth: The inside of the breakwater with a built-up shore, 210 meters in length, can be used for boat berthing. In this move the depths along the coast are over two meters long and for berths there are 14 metal and 20 stone bollards. Anchorage: The larger ships can anchor SW-WSW from the breakwater head at depths of 13 to 15 meters on a reliable muddy bottom. In winter, these anchorages cannot be used because of the great waves of SE and SW winds. Sea currents: In the case of southern winds or heavy rains, a fairly strong W current arises in front of the port, which causes a strong outgoing current of the same direction along the inside of the breakwater, which must be taken into account when mooring. Tides: The mean daily amplitudes of sea changes in Boka Bay are not large and range around 22 cm. However, for a longer period at docks in Boka Bay, maximum sea deviation can be expected due to sea changes in the range of 126 cm, with the expected maximum level above the mean sea level of 74 cm and the minimum level below the mean sea level of 52 cm. Water and electricity: On the inside of the breakwater there are six service cabinets with electricity and water connections. Fuel: Can be obtained at the pump station at the breakwater roots. Communications: It is possible to approach the port by motor vehicle and for further communication can be used Adriatic highway. Technical data: Depth of port: 3-6,5 m Maximum length of the ship that fills the fuel in the port: 20 m Maximum draft for fuel charging: 2,5 m Accommodation capacity: 40 berths

Safety and Rescue Service – Fire Department – Herceg Novi 123 For carrying out specific tasks of organizing and implementing the rescue of property and persons on land and sea. Phone: 123

The main objective of the Mountain Rescue Service is to help and rescue in the mountains, on rocks, speleological structures, and other inaccessible places where special expertise and equipment should be applied during rescue. Mountain Rescue Service of Montenegro cooperates with all services and organizations in Montenegro aimed at saving people. Phone numbers: 112 and 123