The ferry crossing of Kamenari-Lepetani is the only domestic ferry service in Montenegro.
Ferries run between the two banks of the villages of Kamenari and Lepetani in the Boko-Kotorska Riviera. The ferry is necessary to quickly and unbrandedly reach the cities of the Herceg Nova Riviera, Croatia (Dubrovnik) or Bosnia and Herzegovina. Also the ferry can swim in the opposite direction.
The ferry crossing Lepetane - Kamenari connects the two sides of the Bay of Kotor and allows you to shorten the path from Budva / Tivat / Kotor to Herceg Novi, Igalo and other cities for about 30 km (40 minutes en route). However, at the height of the tourist season (July-August) it's better to go around the bay, as the giant queues from the cars, both local and tourist and just transit, gather on the ferry. Tourist bus passes out of turn, which also creates huge inconvenience to motorists.
The ferry is at the narrowest point of the Verige Strait (about 300 meters) and ferries pass this distance in about 10 minutes.
On the ferry operate 4 ferries, which constantly ply in both directions.
Ferries are a platform, designed for 50 cars. All cars call in, the side rises - and the ferry leaves.
On the ferry there is a toilet, something like a bath on the ship.
On some ferries there is a playground from which one can look at the strait from high.
From 5 am to midnight, ferries run constantly. More precisely, as they fill up, but they fill very quickly.
From midnight to 5 am - ferries run only 1 time per hour. Therefore, it makes no sense to shorten the path at night. Unless you came to the ferry and the ferry is about to leave.
Both banks of the ferry are equipped with bus stops, which allows hikers to continue their journey without difficulty on the shuttle bus.
The fare for a car is 4.5 euros, a car with a trailer and a minibus - 9 euros, for a motorcycle - 2 euros, a bicycle - 1 euro.
Passengers - free of charge.
Tickets are bought at a special kiosk directly at the ferry.