Blue Line And SNAV Join Forces On Ferries From Italy

By 10 February 2015

Starting from March 28 Jadrolinija will get usual competition on ferry line from Ancona, Italy to Split. Just like last year, Danish-Croatian Blue Line Ferries will join forces with Italian SNAV in maintaining this extremely important connection over the Adriatic sea. This won't bring only better connection, but also better prices, since both companies have low-cost packages.

About month ago they began selling online tickets for passengers and vehicles, and announced timetable, with daily departures from both ports until November 4. Also, throughout August, alternating ferries Regina della Pace (Blue Line) and SNAV Adriatico will sail also to island Hvar once a week in each direction, probably to their usual port Stari Grad.

In the same time, SNAV announced more connections to Croatia, this time not from Ancona but from Pescara, and not to Split but to Hvar, Vela Luka on Korčula, and Bol on island Brač. Interesting is that these ports won't be connected with ferries, but with SNAV's speed ship, which sail only about four hours from Italy to Croatia carrying passengers and cars. According to published timetables, this also means that there will be no speed ferries from Ancona to Split by SNAV.

Blue Line timetable and booking is available here, it's possible to make a reservation and buy tickets for both companies. For SNAV-only timetable, go here.

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