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All international ferries TO Croatia originate in Italy from a handful of Italian ports: Ancona, Bari, Venice and Trieste. (Ferries AROUND Croatia connect the Croatian islands with the coast. See more on Croatia local ferries)

Naturally, there are far more ferries between Italy and Croatia in the summer. Each year a handful of ferry companies issue their new schedules and routes for the summer season. Most of the expanded services start around April but some are July and August only. The season ends by mid- October.

Italy

to Dalmatia 2018

Ancona

CAR FERRIES to

Split (year round) schedule

Zadar (Mar-Oct); schedule

CAR FERRIES to

Hvar (summer) schedule


Bari

CAR FERRIES to

Dubrovnik (Mar-Nov) schedule)

Italy

to Istria 2018

Venice

PASSENGER FERRIES to Porec, Pula, Rovinj and Umag (Apr-Oct) 2018 schedule.

 

Trieste

PASSENGER FERRIES to Rovinj and Pula from late June to early September, run by Trieste Lines. See the schedule.
Where ARE all these places? See a Croatia ferry map!

Ferry Companies

The schedules of ferries to Croatia changes every year. That a company ran Croatia ferries last year is not a guarantee that they will run a ferry to Croatia this year. The only exception is Jadrolinija, the state ferry company, which is sure to have a ferry from Italy to Croatia all year every year.

Jadrolinija Croatia's national boat line runs

car ferries from Ancona to Split and Zadar that stop at Stari Grad (Hvar) in the summer.

car ferries from Bari to Dubrovnik from March to November

 

SNAV has car ferries from Ancona to Split.

Trieste Lines runs fast summer passenger ferries from Trieste to Piran(Slovenia),Pula and Rovinj.

Venezia Linesruns summer passenger boats from Venice to Pula , Rovinj, Porec and Umag.

If you're taking a ferry to Croatia,  I strongly  recommend that you buy trip cancellation insurance. Find out why.

Croatia Ferries--News

New! 2018 Croatia Ferry Schedules!
Jadrolinija shipHere we are at the beginning of a new year and with a new set of ferry schedules governing trips from the coast to Croatia’s best islands. As usual, Jadrolinija, Croatia’s state ferry line, is first off the mark with a complete package of car ferry schedules. Only Jadrolinija handles car ferries and the company’s schedules change little from year to year. Passenger ferry schedules are much more fluid as Jadrolinija and other companies adjust to the seasonal flux of visitors. Many of the passenger ferries are summer only and most do not see their schedules finalized until the spring. Continue reading →  More.
New Ferry From Split to the Islands
Krilo EclipseDay trips from Split to Croatia's most beautiful islands are now easier than ever. A brand new passenger ferry service is scheduled to start in mid-June and run until mid-September.  More.
It’s Back! Island-Hopping Ferry Officially Returns
Krilo CatamaranKrilo company just confirmed that the popular Split-Milna-Hvar-Korcula-Hvar-Mljet passenger ferry will start on  More.
New Split to Dubrovnik Catamaran 2017
Island-hopping in Croatia just got easier! There's a brand new passenger ferry that will connect Split and Dubrovnik via Hvar, Korcula and Bol (Brac island).  More.

 

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