International ferry lines:
Zadar – Ancona, Korcula – Stari Grad/Hvar – Split – Ancona, Dubrovnik – Bari, Pula – Venice. Fast hydrofoil services operate on some routes.
The Croatian coastal towns and cities are served by ferry and ship services. The inhabited islands are linked with the mainland (and some of them also with other islands) by ferry/ship services. During the summer, the frequency of ferry sailings is usually increased and fast hydrofoil services are added. The summer sailing schedule normally remains in operation from 28 May to 30 September.
Ferry lines along Croatia’s coast:
Rijeka – Zadar – Split – Stari Grad/Hvar – Korcula – Sobra/Mljet – Dubrovnik – Bari
Local ferry lines (from the mainland to the following islands):
Cres, Losinj, Pag, Rab, Ugljan, Pasman, Dugi Otok, Iz, Solta, Brac, Hvar, Vis, Peljesac, Korcula, Lastovo, and Mljet.
The main Croatian passenger shiping line, maintains the largest number of regular international and domestic ferry and shipping lines.
Information on sailing times and fares is obtainable from the following addresses:
The Croatian passenger shiping line which maintains the international ferry lines Split – Ancona – Split and Split – Trieste – Split
Address: SEM d.so.o. Boktulijin put b.b. HR-21000 SPLIT Republic of Croatia tel. 385 (0)21 352-444 fax. 385 (0)21 361-388
The Italian passenger shiping line which maintains the regular international ferry lines Ancona – Split – Ancona, Bari – Dubrovnik – Bari and in summertime Grado – Trieste – Umag – Rovinj – Brijuni (“Linea costa istriana”).