Given the many, many islands off the country’s coastline, it’s highly likely that you’ll be utilising ferries in Croatia when you visit the country. The main ferry company in Croatia is Jadrolinija and they operate the vast majority of ferry and catamaran routes in Croatia, although other companies do also exist – see a complete list below.
Boats and ferries sail the Adriatic connecting major ports with almost all the inhabited islands all year round, with many routes having a higher frequency of sailings during the summer months. Some catamaran services only operate during peak summer months – such as the G & V Line service from Dubrovnik to Korcula.
Note: a famous (slow) ferry line that sailed down much of Croatia’s coast – connecting Rijeka with Split, Dubrovnik and some of the islands – that was run by Jadrolinija for 60 years – no longer operates.
Ferries in Croatia – Companies and routes
Please take a look at the following websites for timetable and price details.
- Jadrolinija Routes all along the coast, including a Split – Bol – Korcula – Mljet – Dubrovnik catamaran service; learn more about Jadrolinija
- Kapetan Luka Operate two Split to Dubrovnik catamaran services (including one that operates April to October) as well as several Split – Hvar and Split – Hvar – Korcula services and the Pula – Mali Losinj – Zadar year-round catamaran; learn more on Kapetan Luka
- TP Line Operate a catamaran service from Dubrovnik to Sipan & Mljet which continues to Korcula and Lastovo in July & August; also another line from Dubrovnik to Korcula and Lastovo
- G & V Line Iadera Routes from Zadar to the local islands, plus a new Rijeka – Krk – Rab – Pag – Zadar catamaran route
- Mia Tours From Zadar to the islands of Premuda, Silba and Olib
- Rapska Plovidba Service between the islands of Rab and Pag, and Rab and the mainland
- Bura Line Operate a route between Split, Slatina and Trogir
- Bilan operate services between Orebic on the Peljesac Peninsula and Korcula
- Porat Ilovik have a route from Losinj to the small island of Ilovik
- RPZ Vrgada operate a service from Biograd na moru and Pakostane on the mainland to the small island of Vrgada
- GP Sibenik operate a route from Brodarica (near Sibenik) to the island of Krpanj
- Nauticki Centar Komiza have a ferry line between Komiza on the island of Vis and the island of Bisevo
Ferries in Croatia – Ticket prices
See prices of tickets for ferries and catamarans in Croatia (including if travelling with a car) on our Ferry and catamaran prices in Croatia page.
Ferries in Croatia – Map
Check out our Croatia Ferries Map to see all the routes operating in Croatia, both in the northern and southern Adratic!
This map help plan how to travel along the coast by sea.
Ferries in Croatia – Online booking
You can use the following search box to book tickets for some ferry routes in Croatia including routes connecting Split, Hvar and Korcula:
Most of the main operators do now also offer online booking:
Jadrolinija offer online booking on their website for all their routes within Croatia – including both catamarans and local ferry services. They do also allow online booking of car ferries, but do note that such an advance booking does not guarantee a particular sailing time on the date of travel. (Meaning you will still need to get there early and queue.)
Kapetan Luka – operators of the popular route connecting Split with Dubrovnik via Brac, Hvar, Korcula and Mljet – also offer online booking on their site.
G & V Line – operators of the summer (July and August) route connecting Dubrovnik, Mljet and Korcula – also offer online booking.
International ferry routes to Croatia
There only exist routes from Croatia to Italy – there are no ferry routes from Croatia to any other European country. For more details, please see our Ferries to Croatia map or the Getting to Croatia by Ferry or Travelling from Italy to Croatia pages.
Sailing in Croatia
If you’d like a bit more control over your sea travel, you can charter a boat. See our Sailing in Croatia section for more information.