Cruising Croatia is about so much more than ships and all the facilities onboard.
It’s about setting out on a truly memorable journey to one of the world’s most popular destinations.
Katarina Line is a leading DMC in Kvarner – Croatia and the premier small ship cruise company.
They offer weekly guaranteed departures from April to mid-October from the major tourist centres including; Opatija, Split and Dubrovnik, with a fleet of more than 60 vessels in six different vessel categories.
Katarina Line’s cruise or land itineraries give travellers the chance to explore the stunning natural environment and picturesque, quaint Mediterranean towns while hopping from one island to another.
This unique way of travelling is one of the most popular and easiest ways to experience true Croatia. With land and cruise programs, travellers get the opportunity to explore coastal and continental Croatia as well as neighbouring countries.
Katarina Line vessels cruise by day, providing spectacular views of the Croatian Riviera, hill-dotted island and pristine, unspoiled natural wonders. Dive in crystal-clear waters on daily swimming stops at secluded bays or world-famous beaches, and dock in historical towns just waiting to be discovered… by you.
Unlike bigger cruise liners with limited time in port, Katarina Line vessels dock right in the heart of even the smallest destinations, so guests can leave or re-embark the ship at their own will and explore UNESCO-protected sites, historical laneways and see the sights of major tourist centres.
The fully air-conditioned dining area accommodates all passengers at once, yet offer a degree of privacy for each guest. A portion of the dining area extends outdoors as a lounge area, offering sweeping panoramic views of the surroundings.
Katarina Line chefs carefully produce artistic local specialities prepared of fresh ingredients bought at local markets. The kitchen serves hot and cold buffet breakfast each morning and a three-course lunch in the early afternoon. Plus you will sit down for a four-course Captain’s sensational dinner with entertainment onboard.
Katarina Line ships are floating boutique hotels that accommodate small groups attended by seven to nine crew members. The modern cabins have air conditioning, a safe deposit box, fire alarm and audio system for announcements by captain or Tour Director.
Each cabin has life jackets, desk and tabouret, wardrobe, nightstand, chair or sofa and portholes. Bathrooms are complete with a toilet, shower, washbasin and hairdryer. Some cabins have indoor passage access to the bar and restaurant area.
Most of Katarina Line cruises offer formal ‘Captain’s dinner’ with live music and entertainment on some evenings during which you will spend your time in Captain’s company and taste many typical specialities.
Enjoy the beautiful views of the Croatian coastline while tasting olive oil and domestic wine on board. Join the Village party excursion and visit some of the typical villages where you can enjoy traditional dining in konoba restaurants or get your taste buds working and try some of the best Croatian wine sorts on Wine Tasting excursions. One of the best experiences is cruising alongside the old Dubrovnik city walls while lunch is served on deck.
Lounge sundecks with an average surface of 200m2 (2152 sq ft)m partially offering sun-shade and deck-beds for all passengers. The vessels have rear platforms for easy access to the water. In addition, the vessels offer a jacuzzi, outdoor showers and deck lavatories.
Deluxe vessels visit small historical towns as well as world-famous destinations such as Split, Dubrovnik, Opatija, Zadar and jet-set island Hvar. Croatia is rich in monumental heritage visible at every step.
To compliment stunning Croatian coastal towns, wonderful scenery of unspoilt nature is visible during cruising between the islands, and heaven on Earth is experienced on daily swimming stops at secluded bays. This unique way of travelling and exploring coastal towns is one of the most popular and easiest ways to experience THE TRUE CROATIA.
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