The ferry Dubrovnik to Split used to be operated with a car ferry. Nowadays the route is operated by Jadrolinija and Krilo, which each have a daily fast ferry (passenger-only catamaran) running between the cities in the summer period. The route from Krilo drives on the following route Dubrovnik – Sobra on Island Mljet, Korcula old town – Makarska – Bol on Island Brac – Split, sailing time is about 5 hours. The route from Jadrolinija has a different route which is Dubrovnik – Korčula town – Hvar town – Bol on Brac – Split, driving time for this route is about 6 hours.
Dubrovnik Split , 2022-05-23
Map travel route Dubrovnik - Split
Dubrovnik to Split ferry FAQs
The sailing time for the fast ferry is about 5h
The catamarans do not operate at that time of the year, they operate from around mid-April to mid-October, outside of this period, you only have the option to take a bus from Dubrovnik to Split. The trip with the bus takes about 4 hours.
For sure not, as there are no trains between the two cities.
On the departure with Krilo catamaran you can bring a bicycle but only if you purchased a ticket for you and the bike upfront, as the space is limited.
Jadrolinija and Krilo have individual rules for cancelling tickets purchased online, so you will have to check the cancellation policy of the company you have booked with.
Seating on board the fast ferry is free, but as Dubrovnik is the first port on the trip, you can get seats next to each other if you make sure to be early in line for the boarding in Dubrovnik.
Yes, there is a coffee bar, where you can buy drinks and snacks.
2022 Dubrovnik to Split Ferry Prices
Below you can see the 2022 summer price lists for the catamarans from Dubrovnik to Split.
Kapetan Luka- Krilo catamaran ticket costs 280 Kn one way, while Jadrolinija catamaran ticket costs 240 Kn way.
Popular ferries from Dubrovnik
|Dubrovnik – Lopud||Dubrovnik – Bol||Dubrovnik – Korcula|
|Dubrovnik – Mljet||Dubrovnik – Bari||Dubrovnik – Šipanska Luka|