The ships

 

The ships that operate between western Istrian ports and Venice are very different from one another. By browsing through this part of the web site you will get familiar with all of them and be able to decide with which one to travel. All ships obviously perform the same function, but are very different from one another. Some offer greater speed, other offer more space and because we are convinced that the sailing to Venice is also important, choose your ship wisely. 

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San Frangisk and San Pawl

Catamaran San Frangisk is the fastest catamaran on the northern Adriatic, crossing the Adriatic with a speed in excess of 36 knots (weather permitting). The catamaran is a surface effect catamaran with an air cushion between the hulls that fills with air and helps the ship to glide on the water, reducing drag and increasing speed.

Virtual photos of the ship

With photos, done to show the virtual reality and 360 degree shots, each passenger can get an idea what to expect. This way, getting familiar with the ship can be done before we even have a chance to welcome you aboard.

About Prince of Venice

Catamaran Prince of Venice connects the Istrian peninsula with Venice on a daily basis in summer season between April and October. Built in 1989 in Autralia with an unique design and interior layout. With a cruising speed of 24 knots, the ship needs just over 3 hours to reach the passenger port San Basilio in Venice.