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Traveling by hydroplanes to Croatian Islands

Traveling by hydroplanes to Croatian Islands

The first hydroplanes of European Coastal Airlines (ECA) should start connecting Split, Dubrovnik, Šibenik, Zadar, Rijeka and Pula with all the larger Croatian islands from next summer. This is an Adriatic coastal air traffic project which will enable the islands with the warmest seas in Europe to be connected with …

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Jadrolinija’s Coastal Ferries will sail from June to October only

Jadrolinija's Coastal Ferries will sail from June to October only

According to Jutarnji.hr , Jadrolinija’s Coastal Ferries that connect Rijeka with Dubrovnik via Split, Hvar, Korcula and Mljet , proceeding further to Bari in Italy, will sail from June to October only. As I said in my previous post, the reason for this is high cost of running this ferry, as  it needs …

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Suspension of coastal ferry line Rijeka-Split-Hvar-Korčula-Dubrovnik

Following the announcement of temporary suspension of coastal ferry line Rijeka-Split-Stari Grad-Korčula-Dubrovnik by Croatian State Agency for Coastal Lines and Maritime Traffic (Agencija za obalni linijski pomorski promet), we contacted the Agency

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Temporary suspension of coastal ferry line from Rijeka to Dubrovnik and Bari

Croatian State Agency for Coastal Lines and Maritime Traffic (Agencija za obalni linijski pomorski promet)  has announced that Jadrolinija‘s coastal ferry line  from Rijeka to Dubrovnik and Bari is temporarily suspended for period from 05.02. to 28.02.2010.

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Ferry from Dubrovnik to Greece

Ferry from Dubrovnik to Greece

According to Slobodna Dalmacija daily, there is a strong possibility that the Greek shipping company  Minoan Lines will soon establish a new ferry line from Dubrovnik to Greece. The planned new ferry route will run from Patras and will sail via Igoumenitsa , Corfu and Dubrovnik to Venice. If this ferry line is introduced, it …

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Tourist fleet development in Croatia

Croatian Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure have recently signed contracts with 12 tourist and excursion boat owners. Together, they will receive payment of 3.3 million Kuna for the building and reconstruction of their ships and boats.

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Ferry Marko Polo refloated after running aground

Twenty seven days after ferry Marko Polo was stranded on the Sit island, it was finaly refloated this morning 🙂 Have a look at the video of the action to refloat the ferry:

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New vessel for Mljet (Sobra) to Prapratno ferry line

New vessel for Mljet (Sobra) to Prapratno ferry line

Jadrolinija has introduced a new vessel to serve popular Mljet (Sobra) to Prapratno ferry line.

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Stranded Ferry Marco Polo heads for breaker’s yard

Stranded Ferry Marco Polo heads for breaker's yard

According to a report from this morning’s Rijecki Novi List newspapers, there is a serious possibility that ferry Marko Polo, which is still stranded in Kornati Archipelago, will head for breaker’s yard.

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Video: Ferry Marko Polo Stranded on the Island

Video clip of ferry Marko Polo stranded on the Sit island in Sibenik archipelago, was broadcasted on NOVA TV – Croatian tv station – have a look at this YouTube clip:

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