Catamaran Ferry ‘Krilo Carbo’ (Kapetan Luka)

Catamaran Ferry ‘Krilo Carbo’ is owned by the Krilo-Kapetan Luka ferry company and is currently sailing on the 9608 ferry route that connects Split with Hvar and Korcula.

Catamaran Ferry ‘Krilo Carbo’ owned by Krilo-Kapetan Luka approaching the port
Photo: Catamaran Ferry ‘Krilo Carbo’ owned by Krilo-Kapetan Luk, approaching the port

Krilo Carbo, the class of HSC passenger vessels, was built in 2012 by the Brødrene Aa Shipyard in Norway. Designed by Paradis Nautica and Brødrene Aa it was delivered for Krilo Kapetan Luka in the same year.

Named ‘Carbo‘, after the carbon-fiber sandwich construction technology, this fast and comfortable vessel is now serving on Kapetan Luka’s all-year-round ferry route connecting Dalmatian islands with the main ferry hub in Split, Croatia.

With a length of 41 meters and a width of 11 meters, this ferry is capable to achieve a service speed of 32 knots. Its full capacity is 350 passengers. Onboard facilities include a bar offering snacks and drinks, air conditioning, toilets, pet facilities, panoramic sea views, bicycle racks, and a comfortable salon (see photo below)

Docking in the port
Photo: Docking in the port

Vessel details

  • HSC passenger vessel
  • 41 m long & 11 m wide
  • The maximum speed of 36 knots
  • Capacity: 350 foot-passengers

In the 2023 summer season, this ferry will partly cover the popular island-hopping summer routes between Split and Dubrovnik.

Interior - seating and passengers
Photo: Krilo Carbo interior – departing from Split


This video shows carbo arriving at the port on a calm summer evening:

This is the video of Krilo Carbo, in full speed on an early morning route from Korcula via Hvar to Split: