Croatia Ferries

Croatian ferry crossing to an island in the Adriatic Sea
Croatian ferry crossing to an island in the Adriatic Sea

International and domestic crossings

  • Jadrolinija is constructing three brand-new electrically powered ferry boats

    Jadrolinija, the Croatian state-owned ferry company has initiated a public bidding process for the construction of three electricity-driven passenger ferry boats. Three new ferries, when built, should sail in the Dubrovnik area, on line 807 Suđurađ – Dubrovnik, sailing from Dubrovnik to the Sipan, Lopud, and Kolocep (the Elafiti Islands), currently served by ship Postira. Another one is in the Šibenik...
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  • Hvar Island Hopping

    Island Hopping from Hvar is a very good idea as the island is situated in the center of Central Dalmatian islands with good car and passenger ferry connections so it is indeed a good place to island-hop to local islands and to Split or Dubrovnik. There are direct and indirect ferry connections from Hvar to nearby islands such as Brac, Korcula, Vis,...
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  • Split to Hvar Ferry

    Split to Hvar ferry is a year-round route, that sails several times a day. The journey lasts for 1 to 2 hours. It’s run by Jadrolinija, Krilo & TP Line ferry companies. This is a popular and frequent ferry route that connects the busy Split port with Hvar island. Here are the schedules, bookings, and ticket prices. Schedules and timetables Ferry Route Time Frequency Departs Split several times...
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  • Venice to Piran Ferry

    Venice to Piran Ferry route runs from May to September only, sailing once a week. The ferry crosses the North Adriatic Sea from Italy to the Istrian part of Slovenia, near the border with Croatia. The journey lasts 3 hours. The route is run by Venezia Lines ferry company. This catamaran fast ferry crossing links Venice in Italy with Piran in Slovenia. The alternative route is Venice to...
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  • Piran Ferry Port

    Situated in the Gulf of Piran on the northern part of the Adriatic Sea, at the top horn of Istria, the Piran ferry port is a tiny but busy Slovenian port that serves foot passenger ferries to and from Trieste and Venice. There are no car ferries that serve this ferry port. The nearest car ferry port is Trieste in Italy. From here, you can cross to Italy and get on other ferries to travel...
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  • Split to Dubrovnik Ferry

    Split to Dubrovnik ferry is a seasonal ferry route (April to October), that sails at least 3 times a day. The journey lasts for 4.5 hours. It’s run by Jadrolinija, Krilo & TP Line ferry companies. This is a popular and frequent ferry route that connects Split port with Dubrovnik. Here are the schedules, bookings, and ticket prices. Schedules and timetables How long does the ferry take and where does...
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  • Umag to Venice Ferry

    Umag to Venice Ferry route runs in July and August only, sailing once a week. The ferry crosses the North Adriatic Sea from Istria, Croatia to Italy. The journey lasts 3 hours. The route is run by just one ferry company – Adriatic Lines (Kompas). This summer only fast ferry crossing links Umag in Croatia with Venice in Italy. The alternative route is the more...
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  • Porec Ferry Port

    Located on the waterfront of the peninsula of a popular old town in Istria, the Porec ferry port is a busy small port during the holiday season. Passenger ferries from Trieste and Venice arrive and depart from this spot. There are no car ferries that serve this ferry port. The nearest car ferry port is Brestova (to Porozina) and Trieste in Italy. From here, you can cross to Italy and get...
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  • Rovinj Ferry Port

    Located on the waterfront of the lovely Rovinj Old Town, on the Istrian peninsula, the Rovinj ferry port is among the smaller ferry ports in Croatia. Passenger ferries from Trieste, Venice, and Cesenatico arrive and depart from this spot. There are no car ferries that stop at this ferry port. The nearest car ferry port is Trieste in Italy and Rijeka in Croatia. From here, you can cross...
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  • Island Hopping in Croatia

    Croatia is a popular tourist destination for a reason. Visiting Croatia’s islands is quickly becoming one of Europe’s most popular adventures but with islands to choose from it can be difficult to decide where to begin your explorations. This Croatia island hopping overview will provide you with all of the information you need to know about island hopping throughout Croatia...
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  • Umag Ferry Port

    Located on the small, sheltered bay of the charming old town, on the Istrian peninsula, the Umag ferry port is among the smaller and least busy ferry ports in Croatia. Passenger ferries from Venice arrive and depart from this spot. There are no car ferries that stop at this ferry port. The nearest car ferry port is Trieste in Italy, Brestova, and Rijeka in Croatia. From here, you can cross to Italy and get...
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  • Zadar to Pula Ferry

    Zadar to Pula Ferry is a year-round route, that sails up to 5 times per week. The journey lasts for 4.5 hours. It’s run by Krilo – Kapetan Luka ferry company. This is a popular ferry route that connects the Zadar, North Dalmatian, and Kvarner islands with Pula in Istria. Here are the schedules, bookings, and ticket prices. Schedules and timetables Ferry Route...
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  • Pula to Zadar Ferry

    Pula to Zadar Ferry is a year-round route, sailing 2 to 5 times per week. The journey lasts for 4.5 hours. It’s run by Krilo – Kapetan Luka ferry company. This is a busy ferry route that connects the Pula, Istria peninsula with its islands, and Zadar in Croatia. Here are the schedules, bookings, and ticket prices. Schedules and timetables Ferry Route Time* Frequency...
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  • Venice to Umag Ferry

    Venice to Umag Ferry route runs in July and August only, sailing once a week. The ferry crosses the North Adriatic Sea from Italy to Istria in Croatia. The journey lasts 3.5 hours. The route is run by Adriatic Lines (Kompas) ferry company. This summer fast ferry crossing links Venice in Italy with Umag in Croatia. The alternative route is Venice to Porec which is the more frequent...
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  • Venice to Porec Ferry

    Venice to Porec Ferry route runs from May to September, sailing 2 to 6 times per week. The ferry crosses the North Adriatic Sea from Italy to Istria in Croatia. The journey lasts about 3 hours. The route is run by Venezia Lines and Adriatic Lines (Kompas) ferry companies. This popular fast ferry crossing links Venice in Italy with Porec in Croatia. The alternative route is Trieste to Porec....
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  • Porec to Trieste Ferry

    Porec to Trieste ferry route is a seasonal one sailing 4 times per week in service from June to September. The ferry crosses from the Istrian peninsula in Croatia to the Gulf of Trieste, in the north Adriatic Sea total a distance of 65 km (35 nautical miles). The shortest journey lasts 1 hour and 10 minutes. The route is run by the...
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  • Trieste to Porec Ferry

    Trieste to Porec Ferry is a seasonal ferry route operating from June to September and sailing 4 times per week. The ferry crosses a distance of 65 km /35 nautical miles from the Gulf of Trieste, north Adriatic to the coast of the Istrian peninsula. The journey lasts 1 hour & 10 minutes. The route is run by Liberty Lines, the Italian ferry company....
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  • Piran to Trieste Ferry

    Piran to Trieste Ferry is a seasonal ferry route in service from June to September sailing 4-6 times per week. The ferry crosses the distance of 21 km (11.4 nautical miles) of the Adriatic sea in the Gulf of Trieste. The crossing lasts about 40 minutes. This route is run by Liberty Lines, the Italian ferry company linking Piran, a small town on...
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  • Trieste to Piran Ferry

    Trieste to Piran Ferry is a seasonal ferry route (in operation June – September) and sailing 4-6 times per week. The ferry crosses a very short distance (21 km /11.4 nautical miles) across the Gulf of Trieste in the northern part of the Adriatic sea. The journey lasts just 40 minutes. The route is run by Liberty Lines, the Italian ferry company. This foot-passenger...
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  • Mali Losinj to Trieste Ferry

    Mali Losinj to Trieste Ferry is a seasonal ferry route that operates from June to September, sailing 2 times per week. The ferry crosses from Kvarner Gulf in Croatia to the Gulf of Trieste in Italy. The journey lasts about 4 hours. The route is run by Liberty Lines ferry company. This fast ferry crossing connects Mali Losinj (island of Losinj), Croatia with the...
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  • Trieste to Mali Losinj Ferry

    Trieste to Mali Losinj Ferry is a seasonal ferry route (operating from June to September) and sailing 2 times per week. The ferry crosses the Gulf of Trieste and Kvarner Gulf from Italy to Croatia. The journey lasts just over 4 hours. The route is run by Liberty Lines ferry company. This passenger fast ferry crossing links Trieste in Italy with Mali Losinj, on Losinj island...
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  • Rovinj to Trieste Ferry

    Rovinj to Trieste Ferry is a seasonal ferry route (running from June to September) and sailing 6 times per week. The ferry crosses the Adriatic Sea via the Gulf of Trieste from Croatia to Italy. The journey lasts 1.5 – 2.5 hours. The route is run by Liberty Lines, the Italian ferry company. This is an international fast ferry crossing that connects Rovinj...
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  • Rovinj to Venice Ferry

    Rovinj to Venice Ferry is a seasonal route (May to September), sailing 5 to 7 times per week. The ferry crosses the Adriatic Sea from Croatia to Italy and the journey lasts for 2.5 hours. The crossing is run by Venezia Lines and Adriatic Lines ferry companies. This is a very popular ferry route that connects the Rovinj, in Croatia with Venice in Italy. Here are the schedules, bookings,...
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  • Trieste to Rovinj Ferry

    Trieste to Rovinj Ferry is a seasonal ferry route (running from June to September) and sailing 6 times per week. The ferry crosses the Gulf of Trieste and the Adriatic Sea from Italy to Croatia. The journey lasts just over 2 hours. The route is run by Liberty Lines ferry company. This popular fast ferry crossing links Trieste in Italy with Rovinj in Croatia....
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  • Liberty Lines

    Liberty Lines ferry company is a fairly large Italian shipping company, owning 32 fast ships, that serve ferry crossings in Italy including the North Adriatic sea, connecting Italy, Croatia, and Slovenia. It was established initially in 1993 as Ustica Lines (Italy, Sicily), branched up later in 2011 as Trieste Lines, and started serving Istria ferry routes connecting Trieste with Piran, Porec, Rovinj and Mali...
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  • Venice to Rovinj Ferry

    Venice to Rovinj Ferry is a seasonal ferry route (running from May to September) and sailing 5 to 7 times per week. The ferry crosses the Adriatic Sea from Italy to Croatia. The journey lasts just over 2.5 hours. The route is run by Venezia Lines and Adriatic Lines (Kompas) ferry companies. This popular fast ferry crossing links Venice in Italy with Rovinj in Croatia. The alternative crossing is...
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  • Venice to Pula Ferry

    Venice to Pula Ferry is a seasonal ferry route (running from May to October) and sailing 1 to 3 times per week. The ferry crosses the Adriatic Sea between Italy and Croatia. The journey lasts for 3.5 hours. It’s run by Venezia Lines and Adriatic Lines (Kompas) ferry companies. This is a very popular ferry route that connects Venice in Italy with Pula in Croatia. Here...
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  • Pula to Venice Ferry

    Pula to Venice Ferry is a seasonal route (May to October), sailing 1 to 3 times per week. The ferry crosses the Adriatic Sea and the journey lasts for 3.5 hours. It’s run by Venezia Lines and Adriatic Lines (Kompas) ferry companies. This is a very popular ferry route that connects the Pula, in Croatia with Venice in Italy. Here are the schedules, bookings, and...
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  • Split Ferry Port

    Split Ferry Port

    Situated in the very centre of the city, Split ferry port and cruise terminal is one of the busiest ferry ports in Croatia. Car ferries to and from Ancona, Italy arrive and depart from this spot as well as numerous local ferries to nearby islands and to Dubrovnik all arrive and depart from this busy place (detailed local ferry schedules...
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  • Krilo Eclipse

    Krilo Eclipse, a fast catamaran ferry is a High-Speed Craft, constructed in 2001 in Babcock Marine Shipyard, UK, and now owned by Krilo Kapetan Luka ferry company. With a total length is 53 meters and 13 meters beam, Krilo Eclipse has a capacity of 440 passengers. It can reach a speed of up to 40 knots. This amazingly fast and comfortable ferry is currently sailing...
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  • Dubrovnik Ferry Port

    Situated in Gruz bay, the working class area of Dubrovnik, the ferry port and cruise terminal is about three kilometers distance from the Old City of Dubrovnik. Car Ferries to and from Bari, Italy arrive and depart from this spot as well as numerous local ferries and catamarans. For time being, this is the only direct international overnight crossing from...
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  • Pula to Hvar by Ferry

    Getting by ferry from Pula to Hvar island could be a very good opportunity to see a large part of the Croatian coast from the ferry. At present, there is no direct ferry crossing connecting these places, but you can reach Hvar island in a pleasant way, with a couple of transport option changes. The total distance between Pula and Hvar island is 275 km and...
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  • Pula to Split by Ferry

    Sailing by ferry from Pula to Split could be a very nice sea crossing and a great opportunity to see the Croatian coast by ferry. There are currently no direct ferries connecting these two cities but you can use a combination of ferry and bus transport options to reach your destination. The total distance between Pula and Split is 260 km and the time involved for...
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  • Pula Ferry Port

    Located in the deep bay of the Istrian peninsula, the Pula ferry port is one of the smaller ferry ports in Croatia. Passenger catamarans/ferries from Venice arrive and depart from this spot, as well as popular island hopping ferry from/to Zadar via the local islands of Unije, Susak, Losinj, Ilovik and Silba. There are no car ferries that arrive at this ferry port. The nearest...
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  • Pula to Dubrovnik by Ferry

    Getting by ferry from Pula to Dubrovnik could be a very nice sea crossing and an excellent opportunity to see the Croatian coast by slow (or faster) ferry. There is currently no direct ferry crossing that connects these two cities. However, by careful planning, you can reach your destination and enjoy the travel and views across the sea and coast from the ferry as...
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  • Lokrum Island Ferry

    How to get to Lokrum island? The easiest and most comfortable way to get to Lokrum Island is to take one of the frequent ferries from Dubrovnik or Cavtat to Lokrum. Lokrum island ferry connects Dubrovnik or Cavtat with Lokrum. This is a popular and frequent seasonal ferry route (April to November) that sails numerous times a day. Here are the schedules,...
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  • Zadar to Dubrovnik by Ferry

    Getting by ferry from Zadar to Dubrovnik could be a very nice sea crossing and an excellent opportunity to see the Croatian coast by slow (or faster) ferry. There is currently no direct ferry crossing that connects these two cities, although it used to be one for decades but was discontinued years ago. However, by carefully planning your journey you can reach...
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  • Zadar Ferry Port

    Situated in two different locations, Zadar ferry port has two terminals – The car ferry terminal in Gaženica (outskirts of the city) and the passenger catamaran terminal in Zadar Poluotok, in the city centre. Car ferries to and from Ancona, Italy arrive and depart from Gazenica spot as well as numerous local car ferries to nearby islands. Passenger catamaran ferries to local islands and to Pula all...
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  • Stari Grad Ferry Port

    Situated at the edge of Stari Grad (Island of Hvar), the Stari Grad ferry port is a busy car ferry port, the nearest one to Hvar town. Large car ferries arrive and depart from this spot, taking you to or from Split and to Ancona in Italy. The nearest alternative car ferry port on Hvar island is Sucuraj. At the present, there is just one international...
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  • Fast Catamaran Ferry Connecting Makarska, Bol, Hvar, Vis & Split

    TP Line, a Croatian ferry company introduced a new daily fast ferry boat line that connects Makarska, Hvar, and Vis islands stopping in Bol (Brac island) and Split. This brand-new catamaran ferry line serviced by TP Line from Zadar is connecting Dalmatian islands in just four hours and enables passengers to change in Hvar, and continue their journey to Korcula, Mljet, and...
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  • Hvar Ferry Port

    Situated in the very center of Hvar Town on the Island of Hvar, the Hvar ferry port is among the busiest small ferry ports in Croatia. Numerous local passenger catamarans/ferries arrive and depart from this spot, taking you to nearby islands (Brac, Korcula, Mljet, Lastovo, and Vis) as well as to/from Split and Dubrovnik. There are no car ferries that arrive at...
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  • Puntamika – Fast Catamaran Ferry for TP Line

    TP Line, a Croatian ferry company, has acquired its new fast catamaran ferry, Puntamika. This lovely fast passenger ferry, initially named ‘Majestic Grace’, was built in 2019 in Cahaya Samudra Shipyard, Indonesia, and was previously owned by Majestic Fast Ferry Pte Ltd. It was delivered in Croatia at the beginning of 2022 and renamed ‘Puntamika‘ Puntamika has a capacity of 317 passengers. The total length is...
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  • Venezia Lines

    Venezia Lines ferry company is a popular shipping company that serves fast ferry crossings in the North Adriatic sea, connecting Italy, Croatia, and Slovenia. Fleet Venezia Lines ferry company has a fleet of 2 ships: San Frangisk and San Pawl. Both ships serve fast ferry routes between Italia and Croatia (Istria) – here are basic statistics: Ship Length Accommodation Capacity Garage Speed...
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  • Krilo Lux – New Fast Catamaran Ferry for Krilo Kapetan Luka

    Krilo Kapetan Luka, a Croatian ferry company, to acquire its new fast catamaran ferry, Krilo Lux. This brand new GRP-built passenger ferry was recently launched in Gondan, the Spanish shipyard with headquarters in the GRP Fibreglass division in Castropol, Asturias. This is their second vessel built for the Krilo Hr company. The first one was Krilo Star, delivered in 2019...
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  • Krilo Kapetan Luka Acquired its New Fast Catamaran Ferry

    Kapetan Luka (Krilo) ferry company has recently acquired its new fast catamaran ferry which just arrived in the Croatian port of Trogir on the board of Deo Volente cargo ship (see photos). The newly acquired vessel is ex-Trasmapi‘s Migjorn Jet catamaran which was built in 2018 and was serving Spanish Ibiza and Formentera islands crossings. The new vessel is an...
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  • Adriatic Fast Ferries Ltd acquired its first fast ferry

    Adriatic Fast Ferries Ltd recently established Croatia ferry company, just acquired its first fast catamaran ferry. The newly acquired vessel is ex-Red Funnel‘s Red Jet 3 catamaran which was built in 1998 on the Isle of Wight, UK by FBM Marine. The vessel will sail under the new name Adriatic Express, which is yet to be confirmed. Within her new...
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  • Orebic to Dubrovnik By Ferry

    When visiting Orebić, a lovely small town situated on the southern slopes of Peljesac, that offers beautiful pebbly beaches, an amazing coastline, and breathtaking views over the sea and mountain, you indeed want to visit Dubrovnik too. Dubrovnik is just up the road, about 2 hrs drive from there. But while on the summer beach holiday, you prefer to travel...
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  • Fast Catamaran Ferry connecting Zadar and Rijeka

    A new daily fast ferry boat line connects Rijeka and Zadar stopping in Krk, Rab (Lopar) and Silba started the operation. This brand new ferry line serviced by G & V Line Iadera, connecting Dalmatia and Kvarner by sea, will enable you to reach Rijeka from Zadar in just four hours. As it operates daily in both directions, the new...
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Croatian Coastline - Adriatic Sea
Croatian Coastline – Adriatic Sea