TP Line

TP Line is the passenger ferry brand name owned by Tankerska Plovidba shipping company that in 2020 expanded its core business of freight transport to passenger transport, buying the Dubrovnik-based GV Line ferry company that included one fast ferry (Nona Ana) and one concession on a high-speed line, route 9087, connecting Dubrovnik with nearby islands.

In 2020 and 2021, TP Line acquired two more vessels:

Anastazija (ex Krilo), built-in Spain in 2018, was previously owned by Kapetan Luka ferry company. The vessel is currently serving Dubrovnik to Lastovo via Korcula year-round fast ferry route.

Aenona (ex Majestic 9), built-in Singapore in 2016, was previously owned by Majestic Fast Ferry Pte Ltd ferry company. Aenona was built in 2016, 33 meters long and with a capacity of 200 passengers. This vessel replaced Nona Ana on route 9807.

TP Line fast ferry
Above photo: Fast ferry docking in Dubrovnik port

With 3 fast ferries TP Line will run in 2022 on three routes:

  • Split to Hvar and back (route 9823)
  • Split via Milna, Hvar, Korcula, and Pomena (Mljet) to Dubrovnik
  • Dubrovnik to nearby islands (route 9807)
  • Lastovo to Dubrovnik via Korcula (route 9808)

TP line’s ferries are comfortable and run by experienced and helpful commanders and sailors that are in charge of the vessels. They offer fast and enjoyable journeys on all of their routes.

You can buy ferry tickets for TP line ferry routes in front of the ferry docking in specific ports in all serving ports.

Alternatively, the online booking is here: TP Line

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TP Line catamaran approaching Korcula port
Above photo: TP Line catamaran approaching Korcula port


Above video: TP Line catamaran sailing on the route from Dubrovnik via Mljet, Korcula, Hvar, and Brac to Split

Ferry company TP Line runs the following routes:

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