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  • in reply to: Ferry from Dubrovnik to Vis island #8250

    Ana
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    just an update here, there is now a new article about how to get to Dubrovnik from Vis island: >> here is a link

    in reply to: Booking ferries / island hopping tickets #2517

    Ana
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    papa, no advance tickets are available for online booking for your route.

    you can buy all your tickets at the spot in each port.

    there is no island hopping option ticket available but we have island hopping maps here

    Island-Hopping in Croatia


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    I'm visiting Croatia in June this year and have family at Vela Luka on Korcula island and would love to visit them but I'm limited for time. I would like to go for the day but if that isn't possible I could go for 1 night but would have to take my campervan. And I'm guessing this will be expensive! I can leave from either Dubrovnik or Split, whichever is easier and less expensive. I'll be in Dubrovnik on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night (21/6 to 24/6) and I could stay the night on Saturday night. Could you please give me some options and costs. I have looked at the timetables but find them very confusing. The campervan size is 599cm in length and 205cm in width.

    Split to Vela Luka timing and ferry prices (bottom of the page) is here:
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/split-velaluka-ferry.htm
    Prices for campervan are there too.

    The cheaper option is from Dubrovnik =>> drive to Orebic (90 min approx) and get your campervan on ferry (15 min aprox):
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/orebic-domince-ferry.htm
    From there drive to Vela Luka (40 min aprox)

    in reply to: Bicycles on ferries in Croatia #2392

    Ana
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    here are some photos of cyclists embarking on foot passenger ferry:

    https://www.croatiaferries.com/cyclists-embarking-ferry-in-croatia/


    Ana
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    As this is an overnight ferry, an accommodation on ferry from Ancona to Split is compulsory so yes, you would need to book in advance..

    in reply to: Dubrovnik to Bari Ferry in 2019 #2900

    Ana
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    Booking is now opened for Bari to Dubrovnik ferries 2018
    First journey starts on 28.03.2018
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/bari-dubrovnik-ferry.htm

    in reply to: Dubrovnik to Bari Ferry in 2019 #2898

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    We're thinking of going to Polace in May – do you know if this is a stop on the Dubrovnik to Bari ferry and I can see a last June timetable but just wanted to check the ferries run all year. Any thoughts gratefully received,

    Polace is small village on Mljet Island . To reach it you can travel by ferry from Bari to Dubrovnik and change ferry there for Mljet. So yes, you can travel by Bari to Dubrovnik ferry to reach Polace. Once in Dubrovnik, take any ferry from Dubrovnik to any port on Mljet island and then take bus to Polace.
    See all ferries to Mljet island here :
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/mljet-island-ferries.htm

    this map can be helpful:
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/maps/split-dubrovnik-islands-ferry-map/

    Yes, ferries to Mljet run all year around.

    in reply to: Croatian island ferries Split-Hvar-Korcula-Dubrovnik #2907

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    -Is there only one ferry town/port on Korcula? We will be coming in from Hvar and want to keep it easy by booking accomodation near the ferry. I did look on the map and it seems there is a port at Vela Lake from Hvar, but also one on the far end of the island that goes direct to Dubrovnik which will be our next stop from Korcula.

    -Are there crossings every day from all these destinations? I thought I saw Hvar from Korcula only happened on Saturdays and Tuesdays but then also read the foot passenger catamaran goes everyday. We dont have a vehicle, so a foot passenger catamaran is fine.

    -Lastly, can I book all of these crossings online ahead of time or will there be any leg of this crossing that will need to purchased day of?

    Vela Luka is 50 km away from Korcula Town, so you should book Korcula town port ferries, not Vela Luka ones.

    Yes, there are daily crossings.

    Book your ferries here:

    krilo.aktiva-info.hr/eng/frmPregledSlobodnoEng.aspx

    in reply to: Dubrovnik to Bari Ferry in 2019 #2896

    Ana
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    I was trying to book a ferry ride from Dubrovnik to Bari but was unable to.
    Are these ferries no longer running?
    The web site says that there are no further sailings.

    Hi Shawn, I just talked to ferry company and they reassured me that ferries from Dubrovnik to Bari will indeed run in 2018. Their intention is to publish 2018 timetable and enable booking for 2018 in next couple of weeks.

    in reply to: Car ferry to Mljet in July #2749

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    I'd like to know the timetable and fare from Praprano to Sobra in July 2018 with a car on Wednesday July 18th, return with the car on Saturday July 21st.
    I understand cars can be only on a specific ferry but the timetable doesn't says which ferry crosses at what time.

    All Prapratno to Sobra ferries are car as well as passenger ferries so you can embark on any one by your car.

    in reply to: ferry Dubrovnik stop over Korcula – Split #2895

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    I am wondering if we can leave Dubrovnik on the early morning high speed ferry (7:30 ish) ; get off at Korcula; spend the day there and then get on a ferry in the late afternoon heading to Split.
    Would that be one ferry company or two?

    Hi Mary, you can do this with two companies, jadrolinija.hr and krilo.hr

    in reply to: Ferry Zadar to Pula ? #2823

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    in reply to: express Ferry Dubrovnik to Split -end of june #2876

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    Is there any express or direct ferry service from Dubrovnik to Split in June. We were hoping to travel by sea rather than bus but need to get to split by late afternoon.

    you can take morning ferry run by krilo – book your ferry here:
    krilo.aktiva-info.hr/eng/frmPregledSlobodnoEng.aspx

    in reply to: From Hvar to Dubrovnik ferry prices and timing #2875

    Ana
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    my name is Camila and I'am travelling with my best friend to Croatia in July. We were looking for information about ferries from Hvar to Dubrovnik. How much do they cost per person and what are the schedules?

    Timetable and prices for ferries from Hvar to Dubrovnik are listed on this page
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/hvar-dubrovnik-ferry.htm

    in reply to: Ferry from Trieste to Istria (return) in June 2017 #2874

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    try to search in the search box to see if there are ferries available for your desired route

    in reply to: Ferry Booking Split to Supetar #2872

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    I am looking to go on holiday to Bol in June this year with my partner, getting there via a flight to Split then the ferry from Split to Supetar then bus from Supetar to Bol. I was wondering if the ferry would need to be pre booked as I could not find information on whether this is the case. The flight inbound would get in at 10.00 am local time and we are unsure which ferry we would get. So I am asking whether we would need to pre book or just simply buy a ticket and walk straight onto the ferry?

    No need to pre book your ferry, just take a bus from the airport to Split ferry port (situated in the centre of the town) and get on ferry from Split to Supetar https://www.croatiaferries.com/split-supetar-ferry.htm ; get your ticket in port at ticket kiosk once you arrive there.

    in reply to: Booking Ferries to Hvar, Vis and Brač starting from Split #2871

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    Me and 3 other girls are travelling round Croatia in mid July this year. We are wondering what the best route is to get round Hvar, Vis and Brač starting from Split. To do this via ferry would you recommend booking the journeys in advance?

    See all ferry routes from Split to Hvar, Vis and Brac here:
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/split-ferry-port.htm
    It is definitely recommended to book ferries in advance for July travel.


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    Ferry ride to Spit – Stari Grad for a small car + two people on the island of Hvar
    We would like to travel on June 5, 2017 morning at 11am. Split -Stari Grand and back on June 6, 2017 on the other ferry to get back after midday at 15pm to the mainland to Croatia, route Sucuraj- Drevenik (I did not understand the reservation, can you help?)
    How can I make a reservation or can I get tickets and pay in the port?

    There is no advance booking available for local car ferry lines, it is first come first served ferry service.

    Once you arrive in your port just buy your ferry ticket there.

    in reply to: Plitvička jezera to Rab #2869

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    What is the best way to go from Plitvička jezera to Rab without a car ?! This forum is about ferries and my trip does include ferries but I would also like to know about busses? All I found is too complicated…

    Did you consider to take bus from Plitvice to Rijeka and catamaran ferry to Rab?

    bus booking is here:
    https://www.arriva.com.hr/en-us/home?aref=lNwCXitPs9G1vwZc5Nt1btqDykCmQMrGNFHTPcXeTnE,

    in reply to: Ancona to Split ferry what is weather like #2865

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    Is the weather warm enough to just reserve seating on the deck?
    Do the seats recline?
    If we need a cabin, can we upgrade once we are on the ferry?
    Is a blanket provided if needed?

    If you buy deck passenger ticket you can still use inside cafe, salon and restaurant so if you are cold just get inside.
    Some seats recline but not all of them.
    Yes, you can book cabin on spot, subject to availability.
    To the best of my knowledge, blankets are not provided for deck passengers.

    in reply to: Trip Dubrovnik-Bari ticket prices #2866

    Ana
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    Ich hab Interesse an die Reise Dubrovnik-Bari von 28.08.2017 bis 31.09.2017 mit Fähre, aber ich hab einige Fragen dazu. Also, ich will mit meiner Familie reisen. Wir sind insgesamt 4 Personen und der Preis für uns ist 540 Euro. Ich will fragen, was in dem Preis drin ist? Außerdem will ich wissen, wie die Zahlung erfolgt. Kann ich bar oder nur per Kreditkarte zahlen?

    That price include deck passenger tickets. If you need cabin, then choose your cabin type while booking your ferry.

    Yes, you can pay by credit card.

    Direct booking link is here, just follow instructions and fill your details: https://ssl.directferries.com/ferry/secure/multi_price_detail.aspx?stdc=F1578&grid=0&rfid=563&psgr=1&curr=2&retn=False&rfidr=0

    Schedules and prices are here:
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/dubrovnik-bari-ferry.htm
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/bari-dubrovnik-ferry.htm

    in reply to: Advance booking for car ferry from Sucuraj to Drvenik #2860

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    I would like to travel from Sucuraj to Drvenik by Ferry on May 30, 2017 at early morning, how I can by the ticket for two passenger and at what time is the last trip to back at Sucuraj. I expect to travel to Medjugore.

    Take ferry from Sucuraj to Drvenik and back, ferry route 632 – see schedule and prices here:

    https://www.croatiaferries.com/sucuraj-drvenik-ferry.htm

    https://www.croatiaferries.com/drvenik-sucuraj-ferry.htm

    There is no possibility to book local car ferries in advance, it is first come first served service.

    in reply to: Ferry from Split to Supetar advance booking? #2760

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    My boyfriend and I will be visiting from the US and staying on the island of Brac. As we are renting a car we would like to book a ferry from Split to Supetar on June 4th and return on June 6th. I am wondering if I am able to book this in advance and if so, how do I proceed?

    There is no possibility to book local car ferries in advance, it is first come first served service.

    in reply to: Driving from Split getting to Kuciste, which ferries? #2864

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    We are travelling to Croatia for the first time.  We will be driving on May 11 from Split and going to Kuciste.
    Can you please tell me the number of the  car ferry we need to take and where we go to get on it.  Also, can we buy the tickets in advance? How much will they cost, including the car? 

    Hi Kelly, to reach Kuciste, which is on Peljesac, you don't have to take any ferry as Split and Kuciste are located on the Croatian mainland.

    However, to shorten your drive you can take if you wish ferry from Ploce to Trpanj – see schedules and prices here : https://www.croatiaferries.com/ploce-trpanj-ferry.htm
    see location map of Kuciste and Ploce / Trpanj ferry ports here:
    https://www.croatiaferries.com/maps/ferries-map/

    You can not buy ticket in advance for any of local car ferries, you buy tickets on the spot, in port itself.

    in reply to: Bicycles on ferries for Hvar and Korcula #2863

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    Many of the ferries to/from the islands are not for cars. Is it possible to take bicycles on the foot-passenger ferries – to Hvar and Korcula?

    Yes, you can take you bicycle on this foot passenger ferry  to Hvar and Korcula – see details, prices and get quote here:
    krilo.aktiva-info.hr/eng/frmPregledSlobodnoEng.aspx

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