Local (domestic) ferries
Ferry is a great way to travel around the Croatian Islands. We have listed some Croatia ferry information here for you, but please also check the ferry sites directly as they might have changes at the last minute. We do not book ferry tickets except as part of one of our Island Hopping Packages. All ferry tickets and transfers are included in our Independent Island Hopper Tours!
Please research the ferries yourself to ensure you can get between your locations on the day and time that you need. We don’t list every ferry here on our website, just the most commonly used by our clients. Please check the ferry websites yourself for any extra services and contact those companies directly from their site with any queries about domestic ferries such as changed timetables or price lists.
Croatia ferry tickets are included when you book one of our fabulous Island Hopping Package Tours, which you can find on our website here. Our Island Hoppers include all accommodation, transfers and ferry tickets with everything organised for you and you just relax and enjoy your holiday.
If you prefer to do your island hopping by small cruise ship, you can check out our cruises here: Current Availability – All Cruises.
Otherwise, please book the ferry directly yourself using links below, it is a simple process.
You can now access most ferry services in Croatia through the ‘Get by Ferry’ website and book online with your credit card:
If you need to book directly with a ferry company, see below.
Jadrolinija have ferries between Split and Hvar, Hvar and Korcula, Split and Vis, Split and Brac, etc. They also have 1 ferry per day between Split and Dubrovnik (9811S) in high season only 03June-26September (leaves Dbk 7am and leaves Split at 3.30pm).
Jadrolinija Website: https://jadrolinija.hr/en/
Ferry routes by Jadrolinija can have names that are confusing. Please check a map before booking your ferry so you know which port you are going to.
Hvar Town is listed as ‘Hvar’, Stari Grad and Jelsa are on a different part of the island of Hvar, they are not in the town of Hvar.
Korcula Town is listed as ‘Korcula’. Vela Luka is on a different part of the island of Korcula and is not near the town of Korcula.
Jadrolinija BOOK NOW: https://jadrolinija.hr/en/
Select the departure port, arrival port and use the calendar to select your date. If there are no ferries on that route on that day nothing will show up.
Please use the “Search journey schedule and buy tickets online” section for domestic ferry bookings on Jadrolinija. If you do not see the ferry available in that search selection then you must purchase tickets on the day in Croatia (eg, car ferries or small local ferries like GV or Blue Line), or there is no ferry on that day. Please check the timetables carefully. If there is no ferry on that day then please contact Jadrolinija or KriloJet (Kapetan Luka) directly for all ferry timetable enquiries through their website.
Reservations on car ferries and small local boat lines are not possible. You must purchase tickets on the spot on the day for all domestic car ferries. First come, first served for those departures, so make sure you arrive early.
KriloJet (Kapetan Luka) ferry also has a ferry that goes all the way between Split and Dubrovnik. There is only one ferry per day that does this route, so you must buy your tickets early to ensure you can get onboard. June-September there are daily ferries, outside those months ferries only run on certain days of the week.
Kapetan Luka (KriloJet) Website: https://krilo.hr/en/sailing-schedule/
Krilo BOOK NOW: https://krilo.hr/en/
Click on the months on either side (highlighted here in yellow) until you get to the month you want, then select starting point, destination point, ‘check’ etc and continue until you are booked.
Bura Line ferry goes between Split and Trogir https://buraline.com/
G&V Line ferry goes between Korcula Town and Orebic (Peljesac Peninsula -mainland), and also Zadar and Sali /Rava https://gv-zadar.com/linije/
TP Line ferry goes between Dubrovnik and Korcula (July/August only) https://tp-line.hr/en/
Route: Dubrovnik – Luka Šipanska – Sobra (Mljet) – Polače (Mljet) – Korčula – Ubli (Lastovo)
Mia Line ferry does the Zadar to Pula line https://miatours.hr/en
International ferries (to and from Croatia – Italy)
Now you can book all your international ferries easily in one place with Direct Ferries!
Book online instantly with Get by Ferry and see all the different international ferry lines in one place.
Or you can go to the direct websites and book easily yourself online instantly:
SNAV Ferries (Split – Ancona)
Jadrolinija Ferries (Split / Zadar / Dubrovnik – Ancona / Bari)
Venezia Lines Ferries (Northern Croatia – Venice)
Adriatic Lines Ferries (Northern Croatia – Venice)
Major international routes (you can book any of them on links above):
1. Split to Ancona (or return)
2. Dubrovnik to Bari (or return)
4. Split to Bari (or return)
3. Istria (Rovinj, Pula, Porec, Umag, Rabac, Piran) and Venice connections (map below) – both Venezia Line and Adriatic Line
There are no ferries from Venice to Split or Venice to Dubrovnik, and there are no ferries to/from Rabac anymore either.