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20/44

20/44

Named after Belgrade‚Äôs map coordinates, 20/44 is one of the city’s best alternative river spots. The cabin bellow the deck has been described by the owners as “bordello of the ’80s”. In a dimly lit space, old-fashioned defunct PC monitors

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Freestyler

Freestyler

One of the longer standing boats on the Sava river, Freestyler is a Balkan-crossover all-nighter, pumped with r’n’b, house and various turbo derivatives. If the rousing female dancers don’t make you sway your hips, you’ll probably check-in another riverside inferno.

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Povetarac

photo by Oliver Pavicevic

Back in the day, this 100ft long ex-tanker used to be one of the coolest places on the river. Over the past several years or so, Povetarac’s high-profile status within the indie-crowd has slightly deflated, though the tanker still occasionally

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Sound

Sound

On the more glossy side of Belgrade’s boat clubbing, Sound has remained faithful to its pumping house beats and all night parties. Situated near Stari savski most (old Sava bridge), equipped with a good sound system and some decent lighting,

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Hua Hua

Hua Hua

Kafana-style boat bar with live folk music. As you’d expect from a Balkan night out, dudes inside look like racketeers and girls sway like fresh meat on display. Due to its relatively small size, it gets packed really quickly on

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Blaywatch

Blaywatch

The boat’s name is a word-play between “Baywatch” and Belgrade’s slang “blejanje” (in rough translation: hang around, do nothing). The sprawling two-level club features two large gardens, an indoor swimming pool, as well as basketball and volleyball courts. Just like

Acapulco

Acapulco

Like the rest of Belgrade’s turbo-folk boat clubs, Acapulco follows the same model: scarcely dressed females swirl around gangsta looking men in a night of folk mayhem. This one is Situated on the Zemun quay next to Hotel Jugoslavija, facing

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