Car Ferry ‘Supetar’ (Jadrolinija)

Car Ferry ‘Supetar’ is owned by the Jadrolinija ferry company and is usually sailing on daily car ferry routes that connect Prizna with Zigljen on Pag island or Orebic with Korcula (Domince port) as a temporary substitute for Sveti Krsevan ferry.

Photo: Car Ferry ‘Supetar’ owned by Jadrolinija crossing a channel

Supetar belongs to the class of Roll-on Roll-Off Passenger (RoRo) ferry and was built in 2004 in the shipbuilding yard Brodosplit brodogradilište. It was named after the small town of Supetar on Brac island. Initially, the ferry was deployed to serve the route connecting Split and Supetar (hence the name).

With a length of 87 meters and a width of 17 meters, this car ferry is capable to achieve a maximum speed of 11 knots. Its full capacity is 590 passengers and 100 vehicles. Onboard facilities include an air-conditioned salon with a cafe bar and toilets.

Supetar docking in port

Vessel details

  • Ro-Ro passenger vessel
  • 87.5 meters long, and 17.5 meters wide
  • The maximum speed of 11.5 knots
  • Capacity: 590 passengers & 100 cars

Video: Jadrolinija’s Car Ferry Supetar

Here is a video of this ferry crossing a channel on a calm, overcast winter’s day:

In the below video, you can see this vessel sailing on low visibility, rainy winter afternoon, crossing to the local island on a busy ferry route.