Split → Korcula
Split to Korcula ferry is a summer route operated in the period mid-April till the end of October. In April, May, and October, there are up to 3 daily departures. In June, July, August, and September there are 5 daily departures, and the sailing time is about 2 hours and 20 minutes.
The route is run with fast ferries/catamarans for foot passengers only. If you plan on coming to Korcula island in a car, then you should take the car ferry from Split to Vela Luka. You could also drive to Orebic and take the car ferry from there to Domince on Island Korcula.
Split Korcula , 2023-03-23
Map travel route Split - Korcula
Catamaran routes Split to Korcula
Krilo – Kapetan Luka: Split – Milna – Hvar – Korcula – Mljet – Dubrovnik
Krilo – Kapetan Luka: Split – Hvar – Korcula
Krilo – Kapetan Luka route 9608: Split – Hvar – Prigradica – Korcula
Jadrolinija route 9811: Split – Bol – Hvar – Korcula – Dubrovnik
2023 Split to Korcula Catamaran Prices
Krilo – Kapetan Luka: Split – Milna – Hvar – Korcula – Mljet – Dubrovnik route costs 25 €.
Krilo – Kapetan Luka: Split – Hvar – Korcula route costs 19,91 €.
Krilo – Kapetan Luka route 9608: Split – Hvar – Prigradica – Korcula route costs 11,68 €.
Jadrolinija route 9811: Split – Bol – Hvar – Korcula – Dubrovnik route costs 22 €.
Split to Korcula ferry FAQs
The sailing time is about 2 hours and 20 minutes.
On the fast ferry, you can bring 20 kg of luggage, which is included in the price of the ticket.
No, the tickets are only valid for a specific departure. If you try to board a catamaran with a ticket for a different departure, you will not be allowed on the vessel.
If you are not sure when you’re travelling to Korcula, and want to reserve a ticket and pay later, unfortunately, you can not reserve a ticket.
Officially not, but if you bring water you should not run into any troubles. On all catamarans between Split and Korcula, there is a coffee bar where you can buy snacks and drinks.