Ferry ‘Dalmacija’ (Jadrolinija)

Car and foot passenger ferry ‘Dalmacija’ is owned by the Jadrolinija ferry company and is currently sailing on a route that connects Bari in Italy with Dubrovnik in Croatia. Previously, the ferry ‘Dubrovnik’ served this crossing until it was sold in 2022.

Ferry ‘Dalmacija’ owned by Jadrolinija

Photo: Ferry ‘Dalmacija’ owned by Jadrolinija

Dalmacija belongs to the Roll-on Roll-Off Passenger class (RoRo) ferry and was built in 1993 in the shipbuilding yard in STX Finland Oy. The vessel changed her name several times, from ‘Bergen‘ to her latest name ‘Oslofjord‘ (see history of the vessel here)

With a length of 134 meters and a width of 24 meters, this car ferry can achieve a maximum speed of 19.5 knots. Its full capacity is 1350 passengers and 370 vehicles. Onboard facilities on 7 decks/levels include bars, restaurants, and several lounges. The passenger cabins will be built and equipped next year.

Vessel details

  • Ro-Ro passenger vessel
  • 134 meters long, and 24 meters wide
  • The maximum speed of 19 knots
  • Capacity: 1350 passengers & 370 cars

Current Location Map

Here is a map with her current location:

Current crossings:


Here is a short video clip of a ferry arriving from Norway to Kostrena (Croatia), in April 2024: