Bura Line is a small, family-owned company founded in 2004 and based in Slatine on island Ciovo.
The main service the company provides is the boat line Split – Slatine – Trogir (and vice versa). It connects Split with Slatine port on the eastern part of Ciovo island and Trogir. Besides that, the company offers boat excursions and tours around the Split area. Even though Split and Trogir are well connected by other transport means, taking the boat line 616 means you can enjoy a nice panoramic view of Kastela Bay and Split when arriving at the Split port.
The company has four boats and one speedboat at its disposal, all recognizable by the BURA LINE logo written on their sides. Boats can accommodate anywhere between 50 and 140 passengers.
Bura Line FAQs
In Split, Bura Line boats arrive to the first pier of Split ferry port, at Gat Svetog Nikole, the address is Obala Lazareta 1. In Trogir, boats arrive just next to the Ciovo bridge, on the Ciovo Island side.
Tickets can be bought on board and on sales points at Trogir, Split and Slatine docking points. Make sure to get to the departure point on time, especially during summer, when there can be significant amount of people boarding the boats. Also, we recommend having the exact amount of money when paying for the ticket.
Bura Line doesn’t provide the exact info on the amount of luggage you can bring, but you can definitely bring regular-sized bags and suitcases on board. Also, luggage is free of charge.
Yes, you can bring your pet on board. But just to be on the safe side, we recommend sending an email to Bura Line to confirm that.
Just like with pets – bikes are allowed on board. But considering that Bura Line’s fleet include medium and small-sized passenger-only boats, we recommend contacting the company directly regarding this question.