Jadrolinija is a Croatian sea shipping company. It is a state-owned company and its main mission is connecting Croatian islands to the mainland by operating regular passenger and cargo transport services. The company mainly operates car ferries on domestic routes along the Croatian coast, as well as international routes across the Adriatic Sea to Italy (to ports at Ancona and Bari).[1]

Jadrolinija d.d.
TypePublic (ZSE: JRLN)
IndustryShipping
Founded1947
HeadquartersRijeka, Croatia
Area served
Adriatic Sea
Key people
David Sopta (Chairman of the Board)
ServicesFerry
Increase 974.422 million HRK
Decrease 8.508 million HRK
OwnerCroatian Government
Number of employees
1,777
Websitewww.jadrolinija.hr

Jadrolinija currently operates a fleet of 55 vessels: it has three large ferries named Dubrovnik, Marko Polo, and Zadar which are used on long range and international routes, 38 smaller ferries used for local passenger service, ten catamarans and four conventional ships. The fleet's total carrying capacity is 4,504 vehicles and 30,310 passengers.[2]

Jadrolinija was founded in Rijeka on 20 January 1947 as a continuation of various smaller shipping companies which had operated along the Croatian coast since 1872.[3] In 2019, its ships carried 12,503,396 passengers and 3,212,165 vehicles.[4]

The headquarters of Jadrolinija in Rijeka, Croatia

Current ships and routesEdit

List of ships update on: 1 January 2022 [5][6][7]

FerriesEdit

Ship Built Entered
service
Route LOA
(m)
Beam
(m)
Draught
(m)
Max speed
(knot)
Passenger
capacity
Capacity
of cars
MF Bartol Kašić 1989 1989 Vela Luka - Ubli 64.8 13.8 3.2 13.0 500 44
MF Biokovo 2009 2009 Split - Rogac 87.6 17.5 2.4 13.0 1,200 138
MF Bol 2005 2008 Brestova - Porozina 95.4 20.0 2.3 11.5 600 176
MF Brač 2014 2014 99.8 17.5 2.4 12.5 616 145
MF Brestova 1985 1999 Mali Lošinj 57.6 16.8 3.1 12.5 338 70
MF Cres 2005 2005 Kraljevica 87.6 17.5 2.4 11.5 600 100
MF Dubrovnik 1979 1996 Dubrovnik - Bari; Bar - Bari 122.0 18.8 4.8 20.0 1,300 300
MF Faros 2010 2020 105.0 17.5 14.0 650 170
MF Hanibal Lucić 1993 1994 Dubrovnik - Lopud - Šipan - Suđurađ 49.9 12.8 3.1 12.5 360 35
MF Hrvat 2007 2007 Split - Supetar 87.6 17.5 2.4 13.0 1,200 138
MF Ilovik 2006 2007 Valbiska - Merag 95.8 7.5 2.8 12.0 500 170
MF Jadran 2010 2010 Zadar - Preko 87.6 17.5 2.4 13.0 1,200 138
MF Juraj Dalmatinac 2007 2007 Split - Stari Grad/Split - Supetar 87.6 17.5 2.4 13.0 1,200 138
MF Kijevo 1997 1997 Biograd - Tkon 41.2 16.0 2.4 9.5 150 36
MF Korčula 2007 2008 Split - Vela Luka - Ubli 101.4 17.3 3.5 16.0 685 150
MF Laslovo 1997 1997 Drvenik - Sućuraj 41.2 16.0 2.4 9.5 150 36
MF Kornati 2014 2014 99.8 17.5 2.4 12.5 616 145
MF Krk 2014 2014 99.8 17.5 2.4 12.5 616 145
MF Lastovo 1969 1978 Zadar - Ist - Olib - Silba - Premuda - Mali Lošinj 72.7 13.7 3.7 14.0 482 60
MF Lošinj 2010 2020 97.9 16.0 13.0 600 140
MF Lošinjanka 1969 1969 Šibenik - Zlarin - Kaprije - Žirje 48.0 10.8 1.8 10.8 200 30
MF Lubenice 1989 1998 Prapratno - Sobra 58.5 16.7 3.5 13.0 350 60
MF Marjan 2005 2005 Split - Supetar 87.6 17.5 2.4 12.3 1,200 130
MF Marko Polo 1973 1988 Split - Ancona 128.1 19.6 5.7 19.5 1,100 270
MF Mate Balota 1988 1988 Zadar - - Rava - Mala Rava 64.7 13.4 2.9 11.0 440 50
MF Mljet 2014 2014 99.8 17.5 2.4 12.5 616 145
MF Otok Pašman 2003 2021 42.0 15.3 250 35
MF Pelješčanka 1971 1971 Makarska - Sumartin 48.0 10.8 2.2 11.5 209 30
MF Petar Hektorović 1989 1999 Split - Vis 91.8 18.0 3.8 15.5 1,080 120
MF Prizna 1970 1991 Prizna - Žigljen 54.0 13.7 2.5 8.0 300 60
MF Sis 1974 1997 Zadar - Preko 73.8 16.4 2.5 10.5 700 70
MF Ston 1997 1997 Drvenik - Sućuraj 41.2 16.0 2.4 9.5 150 31
MF Supetar 2004 2004 Prizna - Žigljen 87.6 17.5 2.4 11.5 594 100
MF Sveti Juraj 1980 1991 Zadar - Rivanj - Sestrunj - Zverinac - Molat 49.9 12.8 3.2 11.0 300 45
MF Sveti Krševan 2004 2004 Orebić - Dominče 87.6 17.5 2.4 11.5 600 100
MF Šoltanka 1971 1971 Trogir - Seget Donji - Drvenik Mali - Drvenik Veli - Split 48.0 10.8 2.4 11.5 200 30
MF Tin Ujević 2002 2003 Split - Stari Grad / Split - Supetar 98.3 17.0 2.7 14.0 1,000 200
MF Ugljan 2011 2020 102.2 18.0 2.7 11.0 650 114
MF Valun 1983 1998 Split - Supetar 81.2 15.1 3.4 13.0 730 60
MF Vladimir Nazor 1986 1986 Mali Lošinj 87.5 14.0 3.0 12.5 450 70
MF Zadar 1993 2004 Zadar - Ancona 116.0 18.9 5.2 17.5 1,053 280

CatamaransEdit

Ship Built Entered
service
Route LOA
(m)
Beam
(m)
Draught
(m)
Max speed
(knot)
Passenger
capacity
HSC Adriana 1990 1998 Split - Hvar - Vela Luka - Ubli 40.0 10.1 1.3 36.0 356
HSC Dora 1985 2015 41.9 7.6 28.0 350
HSC Dubravka 1991 2001 Mali Lošinj - Susak - Unije - Martinšćica - Cres - Rijeka 41.6 11.0 1.4 32.0 306
HSC Jelena 2018 2018 42.2 11.6 1.6 40.0 403
HSC Judita 1990 2001 Korčula - (Prigradica) - Hvar - Split 41.6 11.0 1.4 32.0 316
HSC Karolina 1989 2004 Split - Bol - Jelsa 41.6 11.0 1.2 34.0 316
HSC Novalja 1991 2004 Rijeka - Rab - Novalja 41.6 11.0 1.2 34.0 316
HSC Olea 1981 1991 29.0 9.0 1.3 26.0 218
HSC Silba 1990 1998 Zadar - Molat - Ist 36.5 9.8 1.2 36.0 310
HSC Vida 2011 2016 38.5 10.2 304

Conventional shipsEdit

Ship Built Entered
service
Route LOA
(m)
Beam
(m)
Draught
(m)
Max speed
(knot)
Passenger
capacity
MS Lara 1988 1991 Šibenik - Zlarin - Prvić Luka - Šepurine - Vodice 37.6 6.3 1.7 12.0 250
MS Postira 1963 1963 Dubrovnik - Koločep - Lopud - Suđurađ - Šipanska Luka 44.6 8.1 2.9 14.0 380
MS Premuda 1957 1957 Mali Lošinj - Srakane Vele - Unije - Ilovik - Susak - Mali Lošinj 44.7 8.2 2.8 13.0 450
MS Tijat 1955 1955 Šibenik - Zlarin - Prvić Luka - Šepurine - Vodice 37.6 7.0 2.4 12.0 300

GalleryEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The Rough Guide to Croatia. Rough Guides Limited. 1 March 2016. p. 56. ISBN 978-0-241-27047-9.
  2. ^ "Profil Jadrolinije" [Jadrolinija's profile]. Jadrolinija (in Croatian). Retrieved 1 January 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. ^ "Jubileji velikih riječkih brodara: Jadroliniji slavlje, Jugoliniji lumin tuge". Novi list (in Croatian). 21 January 2012. Archived from the original on 30 May 2013. Retrieved 15 July 2013.
  4. ^ "Plan poslovanja za 2021" [Business plan for 2021.] (PDF). Jadrolinija (in Croatian). Rijeka. 21 December 2021. Retrieved 1 January 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  5. ^ "Trajekti" [Ferries]. Jadrolinija (in Croatian). Retrieved 1 January 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  6. ^ "Katamarani" [Catamarans]. Jadrolinija (in Croatian). Retrieved 1 January 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  7. ^ "Klasični brodovi" [Conventional ships]. Jadrolinija (in Croatian). Retrieved 1 January 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

Further readingEdit

  • Seville, Richard (2009). Mediterranean Ferries. Ramsey, Isle of Man: Ferry Publications. ISBN 9781871947984.

External linksEdit