Prince of Venice

Prince of Venice catamaran was built in Australia with main purpose to withstand high seas at the specific way which makes it very stable and safe during the bad weather. Its design is distinctive and attractive. In rough seas, the catamaran’s distinctive snout between its two hulls, which cuts the waves and prevents the front from sinking into the water. Prince is one of those ships that you can not simply miss not even during the boarding.

Quality maintenance is held each year during winter times, however complete renovation was done in 2016 with new more powerful engines, better air-condition, more comfortable seats and multimedia to help you relax and spend time on board like first class passenger.

Prince of Venice catamaran


Technical details

Length39,60 m
Width15,60 m
Passenger capacity328
Speed23 knots
Tonnage363 t
Draft1,60 m
Air conditioned+

HSC Ship Anđela

In addition to a spacious, comfortable and air-conditioned lounge, the ship has luggage compartments, access and toilets for the disabled, and a coffee bar / kiosk.
At a speed of 33 Nm, the ship Anđela enables fast and safe sailing to the desired destination.

Catamaran Anđela


Technical details

Length34,83 m
Width10,50 m
Passenger capacity250
Speed33 knots
Tonnage332 BT
Year of construction2010
Power2 x 1080 kW
Air conditioned+

HSC ship Antonija

The fast ferry Antonija has a capacity of 242 passengers and operates at a speed of 36 knots. It offers exceptionally comfortable travel in a climate-controlled indoor salon with plush seating. The Antonija is equipped with ample luggage space, wheelchair-accessible facilities, and a bar/kiosk to enhance the journey experience.

Catamaran Antonija


Technical details

Length31,70 m
Width9,44 m
Passenger capacity242
Speed36 knots
Tonnage310 BT
Year of construction2002
Power2 x 1500 kW
Air conditioned+