Several Ferry Services Cancelled Due to Strong Wind

By 31 March 2018

Multiple ferry and catamaran services were interrupted by windy weather conditions

The first week of spring flew by, and yet, it doesn't seem we'll be looking at some stable weather any time soon. The Adriatic coast is currently experiencing extreme bouts of southern jugo wind: 108 km/h were recorded at the weather station on Marjan, 86 km/h on Hvar island, and 83 km/h in Dubrovnik, reports Morski on March 31, 2018.

Due to the adverse weather conditions, numerous shipping services have been cancelled for the day. In case you've been planning to do some island-hopping on Easter weekend, make sure to visit Jadrolinija's website to check whether your line of choice is still in operation.

Here's a list of services cancelled so far:

Ferry lines
Dubrovnik - Lopud - Suđurađ
Sućuraj - Drvenik
Sumartin - Makarska

Catamaran lines
Split - Vis
Split - Hvar - Vela Luka - Ubli
Jelsa - Bol - Split
Novalja - Rab - Rijeka
Split - Hvar - Korčula
Mali Lošinj - Cres - Rijeka
Zadar - Sali - Zaglav
Sobra - Šipanska Luka - Dubrovnik

Catamaran line Split - Bol - Jelsa with a departure at 11 pm has been cancelled. The ferry line Split - Vis will depart from Split at 19:30 instead of 18:30.