On Monday, ecologically clean (solar-powered) water public transport was launched in the Bay of Kotor. A week later, the first travelers, both locals and tourists who tried a new mode of transport, were very pleased with the new way of traveling around the bay.
This is a pilot phase of a global project of Bella Boka, worth about 5 million euros, which was supported by the Ministry of Tourism of Montenegro and the Chamber of Commerce, to reduce traffic around the Bay of Kotor during the summer season.
According to Bella Boka, the ships will run from Tivat, from the Pine embankment, to Herceg Novi every day at 8:30, 12:00, 3:30 pm, 7:00 pm and 10:30 pm. From Herceg Novi, with the city embankment, to Tivat, ships will sail at 09:15, 12:45, 4:15 pm, 7:45 pm and 11:15 pm. Ticket price is 4 euros one way.
In addition to this line, the Graciana ship will transport locals and tourists from Tivat to Kotor via Perast. It is planned to send five ships daily from Tivat to Perast and four from Kotor to Perast and vice versa.
Also this week in the Boka Kotor Bay, solar-powered Elettra ships began to run, with a capacity of up to 30 passengers, who travel seven times a day along the route Kotor - Prcanj - Nizhny Stoliv - Perast. The ticket price from Kotor to Perast is 3 euros, and the fare for individual routes from 1 to 1.5 euros.
Next season, Bella Boka plans to connect all major cities in the Bay of Kotor with this form of public ecological water transport.
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