Catamaran Ferry ‘Puntamika’ (TP Line)

Catamaran Ferry ‘Puntamika’ is owned by TP Line Ferry company and is currently sailing on the 9824 ferry route that connects Split with Dubrovnik via Milna, Hvar, Korcula, and Pomena (Mljet).

catamaran Puntamika, TP Line
Photo: Catamaran Ferry ‘Puntamika’ owned by TP Line mooring in Dubrovnik ferry port (Gruz)

Puntamika, the class of HSC passenger vessels, was built in 2019 by the Cahaya Samudra Batam Shipyard in Indonesia. Designed by Incat Crowther (link) for Majestic Ferries, Singapore (Majestic Fast Ferry Pte Ltd), her original name was Majestic Grace, a sister vessel of the other catamarans including Kolovare.

In 2022 was acquired by TP Line and shipped to Croatia. Renamed ‘Puntamika‘, after the beach in Zadar, this lovely vessel is now serving on TP Line’s regular ferry routes in the Dalmatian part of the Adriatic sea.

With a length of 39 meters and a width of 10 meters, this ferry is capable to achieve a maximum speed of 28 knots. Its full capacity is 317 passengers. Onboard facilities include air conditioning, toilets, pet facilities, panoramic sea views, a bicycle rack, and a comfortable salon.

Vessel details

  • HSC passenger vessel
  • 39 m long & 10 m wide
  • The maximum speed of 29 knots
  • Capacity: 317 foot-passengers

In the 2023 summer season also sails on Split to HvarHvar to Splitand Vis, the popular island-hopping summer routes.

Puntamika interior - departing from Dubrovnik
Photo: Puntamika interior – departing from Dubrovnik


This is the video of Puntamika, in full speed on an afternoon route from Dubrovnik to Split via Mljet, Korcula, Hvar, and Brac – Adriatic, Croatia: