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New Fast Line Connection: Split-Brač-Makarska-Korčula-Mljet-Dubrovnik

New fast line connection starting in June

A new fast line boat connection from Split to Dubrovnik, stopping off in Brač, Makarska, Korčula and Mljet on the way, is to launch in June.

Krilo Eclipse will start operating the new route – Split-Brač (Bol)-Makarska-Korčula-Mljet (Sobra)-Dubrovnik on 12 June 2017.


Krilo Eclipse will depart Split port at 7:30 am and arrive in Bol on Brač island at 8:15 am.

Bol (photo credit: Boris Kačan / CNTB (Croatian National Tourist Board)

The boat will then leave Bol at 8:25 am and arrive in Makarska at 8:55 am. At 9:05 am it will leave Makarska and head to Korčula island where it arrives at 10:10 am.

Makarska (photo credit: Ivo Biočina / CNTB (Croatian National Tourist Board)

At 10:20 am it heads to Mljet where it arrives at 11:10 am.


It will leave Sobra on Mljet at 11:20 before finally arriving at 12:00 pm in Dubrovnik.


Returning, the boat leaves Dubrovnik for Mljet at 16:00.
Mljet (Sobra) – Korčula – 16:50 – 17:30
Korčula – Makarska – 17:40 – 18:35
Makarska – Brač (Bol) – 18:45 – 19:15
Brač (Bol) – Split – 19:25 – 20:30

Dubrovnik (photo credit: Bracodbk under CC)

For ticket details, visit http://krilo.aktiva-info.hr/

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