Montenegro - General Info
UTC +1, summer time UTC +2 end March to end September.
Voltage: 220 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Euro (official currency although not a member of the official Eurozone).
ATMs in most towns. Credit cards widely accepted.
International Dialing Code for Montenegro is +382. (old phone code +381 is NO LONGER IN USE)
Roaming agreements exist with most international mobile phone companies. Coverage is mostly good.
Internet: Internet cafes can be found in the main towns and cities.
When using taxis, it is possible to negotiate fares where a meter is not in use. You should only use taxis that are officially marked.
Police - Dial 122
Firemen - Dial 123
Medical emergency services - Dial 124
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Mediterranean Almanac 2015/16
By Rod and Lucinda Heikell (9th Edition)
Publisher Imray (expected publication date 19 December 2014)
ISBN - 9781846235986
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Adriatic Pilot - Croatia,Slovenia, Montenegro, East Coast of Italy, Albania
By Trevor and Dinah Thompson
Publisher Imray, Laurie, Norie, Wilson Ltd (5th Edition 2008)
ISBN 978 085288970-1
Adriatic Pilot is the standard guide to Croatia and the neighbouring countries of Slovenia, Montenegro and Albania and now celebrates 20 years of publication. It also provides coverage of the eastern coast of Italy, and is the only guide to the Venice Lagoon and harbours adjacent to Istria, and at present is the only book that covers the entire Adriatic region in a single volume.
777 Harbours and Anchorages - Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro and Albania
By Anna and Rod Bailey
Publisher Edizioni Magnamare (4th edn 2010/2011)
ISBN 978 8862000123
777 contains detailed, up-to-date information on more than 1000 ports and anchorages, as well as the technical details which are of most interest to pleasure yachters: the phone numbers of the Marinas and Harbourmaster's offices, the facilities available, mooring facilities, where to buy provisions. Besides the main harbours, there are charts showing solitary, nearly unknown coves; this result was achieved thanks to the patience and precision of the author. Slso contains a few hints and coves which were added to the original book, thanks to the contributions by editors, Piero and Silvia Magnabosco.
A useful site for sailing information for Albania & Montenegro www.jimbsail.info/drupal/mediterranean/adriatic/montenegro-albania
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