During the last week of June, we are planning to travel from Dubrovnik to Split. There are ferries and catamarans listed in guidebooks but I'm having trouble confirming details:

Are there sea transports from Dubrovnik to Split during the last week of June?

On what schedules and how long does the trip take?

Is a stop-over, either for a few hours or over-night, at Korcula possible?

  • @pnuts - I assume some of the first page table lists days of the week. Could you please translate as an answer? This seems to be what I am looking for. Thanks!
    – Itai
    Apr 21, 2015 at 15:03
  • Doesn't work at this time... PHP error. Maybe they haven't seen that part of the site in a while. I'll try again.
    – Itai
    Apr 21, 2015 at 16:28
  • @pnuts - The English version is not working still. Could you please tell me which of the destination listed is Korcula?
    – Itai
    Apr 22, 2015 at 17:56
  • @pnuts - Yes, I included when, from where, to where and how in this question and am baffled about why it is on hold. In the link you sent, I never see korcula appear in the table, although it's listed in the header above, so I can't tell what is the arrival there. Thanks for helping!
    – Itai
    Apr 22, 2015 at 18:08

1 Answer 1


Kapetan Luka TP operate a high-speed ferry between Split and Dubrovnik, with various intermediate stops including Korcula. According to the linked website, between the 1st of June and 27th September 2015, the ferries run every day. It would seem there's one ferry that runs a round trip Split - Dubrovnik - Split within the same day. Below is the timetable and the price list, courtesy of the company website (here is a pdf version):

Ferry timetable

For more information you can contact the company at:

MB Kapetan Luka TP - High Speed ship Services

Address: Poljička cesta - Krilo 4,
21314 Krilo Jesenice
Telephone: 021 / 645 476
Fax: 021 / 872 877
Web: www.krilo.hr

Contact person 1: Luka Tomić
Email: luka@krilo.hr
Contact person 2: Ivana Tomić
Email: ivana.tomic@krilo.hr

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