Catamaran Ferry ‘Krilo’ (Kapetan Luka)

Catamaran Ferry ‘Krilo’  is owned by Kapetan Luka Ferry Company. At present, it serves the fast ferry line between Split and Hvar on the Island of Hvar.

Update 2023:

new Krilo, the vessel acquired in 2022
Above photo: This is the new Krilo, the vessel acquired by Kapetan Luka in 2022

This new ‘Krilo‘ was built in 2009 in Austal Shipyard and was previously owned by Cotai Water Jet. It is currently serving a fast catamaran ferry line between Split and Dubrovnik with stopovers in Brac, Hvar, Korcula, and Mljet.


Here is a video of the ferry approaching the port:

Update> new video of crossing on a rainy day:

The previous ‘Krilo’ (below photos) is now sold to TP Line and it changed its name to Anastazija.

Catamaran Ferry 'Krilo' owned by Kapetan Luka

It is an aluminum hull vessel, built in 2018 in the shipyard Rodman Polyships in Spain and recently acquired by Kapetan Luka Ferries. With a length of 30 meters and a width of 9 meters, this ferry is capable of achieving a maximum speed of 27 knots. Its full capacity is 306 passengers.

Onboard facilities include air conditioning, children’s play corner, babies changing room, disabled toilets, pet facilities, panoramic sea views, passenger decks, a comfortable salon as well as top deck outdoor seating (see above photo).

It is running the 9815 ferry route that connects Split with Hvar (Split – Hvar route schedules, tickets, prices and Hvar-Split)

Catamaran 'Krilo' passing by in a channel.

Photo: Catamaran ‘Krilo’ passing by in a channel, Adriatic Sea, Croatia