Car Ferry ‘Hanibal Lucić’ (Jadrolinija)

Car Ferry ‘Hanibal Lucic’ is owned by the Jadrolinija ferry company and is usually sailing on a daily car ferry route 831 that connects Sipan (Sudurad), Lopud, and Kolocep with Dubrovnik.

Photo: Car Ferry ‘Hanibal Lucić’ owned by Jadrolinija

Hanibal Lucić belongs to the Roll-on Roll-Off Passenger class (RoRo) ferry and was built in 1993 in the shipbuilding yard in Riga, Latvia. Initially, she was named ‘Pramis-7’ but since 1995 when Jadrolinija bought her, she was renamed ‘Hanibal Lucic’ after the Croatian 15th-century poet from Hvar. Initially, the ferry was deployed to serve the route connecting Split and Supetar (hence the name).

With a length of 50 meters and a width of 13 meters, this car ferry is capable of achieving a maximum speed of 12.5 knots. Its full capacity is 360 passengers and 35 vehicles. Onboard facilities include an air-conditioned salon with a cafe bar and toilets.

Vessel details

  • Ro-Ro passenger vessel
  • 50 meters long, and 13 meters wide
  • The maximum speed of 12.5 knots
  • Capacity: 360 passengers & 35 cars

Current Location Map

Here is a map with her current location:


Here is a short video clip of a ferry arriving at Sipan Island (Sudurad port), disembarking passengers and vehicles: