The Zadar ferry carries around 1053 passengers and up to 280 vehicles and offers an array of on board facilities to keep you entertained during your trip including, self-service restaurant, a la carte restaurant, a children’s play area, V.I.P lounge, café/bar area and a duty free shop for those who like to treat themselves or others.
Zadar features twenty eight en-suite 2 berth inside and outside (sea view) cabins fit for housing up to 56 of its passengers. Airline style seating is available for those who’d prefer not to book a cabin.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Zadar guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
83% of our customers recommended this ship
"Split to Ancona"
Excellent experience. Had a mix-up initially regarding a berth (my mistake) but it was resolved quickly and to my great satisfaction. Would certainly use your line again if given the opportunity.
Reviewed 28 July 2015 by John who travelled with Jadrolinija on Zadar
"Shabby and old fashioned, but adequate "
Ship interior was quite old and somewhat shabby, but everything worked all right. Breakfast adequate.
Reviewed 12 May 2015 by Aleksei who travelled with Jadrolinija on Zadar
"Boarding and deboarding chaos- Once is enough!"
The ferry ride was terrific- getting on and off the boat was horrible. First, it was chaos in getting my ticket at the ticket counter. Hundreds of people waiting in a small crowded waiting room trying to figure out which ticket window would open up. Once they did, there was no clarity on which ones and if others would open. It was a crazy scene. Next, boarding the boat- line ups in 36 degree sunshine without clarity on when the boarding would take place. Finally, deborading no clarity or communications on which exits to take and then as we got off at the same time while cars were coming off. Lucky, we didn't get run over. Lucky for my wife and I we won't need to take this ferry ride again. Howard and Christy Green Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 26 August 2014 by Howard who travelled with Jadrolinija on Zadar
"zadar - ancona"
the food was expensive regard the quality and for the service, we arrived a little bit late but in general it was nice.
Reviewed 15 August 2014 by Oscar who travelled with Jadrolinija on Zadar
"A pleasant cruise across the Adriatic "
Overall the experience was very good. The checking in process could be greatly improved.Hundreds of people were milling noisily around and sometimes inconsiderately, and only one check in window was open. The staff member was under great pressure but handled it well. Stood in check in queue for an hour.
Reviewed 11 August 2014 by Keith who travelled with Jadrolinija on Zadar
"Everything was pefect"
Found the small but well signposted port in Zadar easily. The boarding of the ferry was well-organized and we were greeted by friendly staff who even allowed us to pop on to the bridge to see the captain. Air conditioning was a bit strong in the cabin, but the room itself was fine.
Reviewed 18 June 2014 by Martin who travelled with Jadrolinija on Zadar