All announced Kapetan Luka - Krilo ferry schedules for 2024

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Your next ferry trip to the jewels of Croatia awaits you, now that Kapetan Luka - Krilo has announced its ferry schedules for 2024! From mainland medieval cities to pristine Adriatic islands, the company will introduce you to a world of unparalleled beauty.

Explore all 2024 Kapetan Luka - Krilo ferry schedules on Ferryhopper, including more information about the prices, timetables and more. Find the Croatian destination of your dreams and book your ferry tickets online, easily and quickly.

Sunny day at the ferry port of Split in Croatia

New beginnings in the beautiful town of Split

Kapetan Luka - Krilo: 2024 ferry routes

With the mainland ports of Croatia as your starting point, Kapetan Luka - Krilo takes you to some of the best Croatian islands and rural towns by ferry. You don’t have to choose between world-famous islands like Hvar and hidden gems like Susak; with Kapetan Luka - Krilo, you can combine the best of both worlds in 2024.

The Kapetan Luka - Krilo ferry routes (and vice versa) that are available for booking in 2024 are the following:

  • Split - Hvar ferry: schedules to Hvar from Split are available all year long, with crossings lasting about 1 hour.
  • Split - Korčula ferry: at the moment, ferry crossings to Korčula are available until December. The average ferry duration is around 2.5 hours.
  • Split - Brač ferry: you can reach the island of Brač through the seasonal Split - Milna and Split - Bol routes.
  • Split - Pomena (Mljet): the route between Split and the port of Pomena on the island of Mljet is usually active from April to October with daily connections. The trip lasts about 3-3.5 hours.
  • Split - Dubrovnik ferry: the two medieval ports are connected on a seasonal basis (April to October), with ferry connections lasting around 5 hours on average.
  • Split - Makarska ferry: in the summer months, you can reach Makarska from Split in around 1.5 hours.
  • Makarska - Dubrovnik ferry: the central point of the Makarska Riviera is connected to Dubrovnik on a seasonal basis, with connections lasting about 3.5 hours.
  • Pula - Ilovik ferry: this route is usually active year-round with weekly 3-hour connections.
  • Pula - Mali Lošinj ferry: with up to 5 weekly crossings, you can reach Mali Lošinj from Pula throughout the year, in around 2.5 hours.
  • Pula - Silba ferry: all year long, you can travel to Silba, as there are up to 5 weekly connections from Pula that last about 3.5 hours.
  • Pula - Susak ferry: you can reach the island of Susak in a bit more than 1.5 hours. The ferry route is normally active throughout the year, on a weekly basis.
  • Pula - Unije ferry: there are weekly ferry connections from Pula to Unije year-round. The ferry trip usually lasts about 1 hour or 1 hour 15 minutes.
  • Pula - Zadar ferry: the route between the mainland ports of Pula and Zadar is operated every week throughout the year. The crossing lasts 4 hours 30 minutes or 4 hours 45 minutes.

As the Pula - Zadar ferry route includes stops at UnijeSusakLošinjIlovik, and Silba, you can plan your trip accordingly and embark on an unforgettable island-hopping adventure! The same applies to trips between Split and Dubrovnik, which include stops at certain islands and the mainland port of Makarska.

Tip: you can find more 2024 ferry schedules for Croatia right here!

Travelers next to a ferry in Zadar, Croatia, at sunrise

Watching the sunrise by the sea in Zadar

Info about Kapetan Luka - Krilo ferries

All Kapetan Luka - Krilo ferry crossings in Croatia are operated by high-speed catamarans with top-tier amenities, allowing you to swiftly and comfortably reach your desired destination. Additionally, all vessels include accessible infrastructure and accommodation for pets.

You should remember that catamarans do not have space for the transport of motor vehicles, though bicycles are typically accepted. This is a great opportunity to visit some of Croatia’s car-free holiday destinations, like the island of Silba.

Important: there are year-round discounts for Kapetan Luka - Krilo ferry crossings to take advantage of, most of which are primarily age-based. This makes family ferry trips across Croatia quite budget-friendly.

Boats next to the coastline of the Croatian island of Silba

The idyllic, car-free island of Silba

Book Kapetan Luka - Krilo ferry tickets for Croatia

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