Catamaran Anđela is the youngest acquisition among the catamarans connecting the west coast of Istria with Venice. It is an extremely fast catamaran, reaching a cruising speed of up to 33 knots. The vessel is a classic catamaran, but its special feature is that the hull is made of carbon and is extremely light and, as a result, economical and ecological. The catamaran has one large saloon with 250 seats and an outside deck that passengers can access during the slow cruise through the lagoon (about 1 hour from the entrance to the port).

During the season, the catamaran connects Venice with Piran, Poreč, Pula and Rovinj.

Ship’s particulars:


  • IMO number: 9563172

  • Flag: Croatia

  • Home port: Zadar

  • Length over all: 34,5 m

  • Width: 10,5 m

  • Draught: 2,2 m

  • Capacity: 250 persons

  • Highest speed: 33 knots

  • Cruising speed: 29 knots

  • Main engines: 2x MTU 12V series 2000

  • Type of vessel: HSC (high speed craft)

  • Keel laid: 2012

  • Anđela’s passenger salon

    The saloon of the catamaran accommodates 250 passengers. Seating arrangement: 4 rows of 4 seats. On the back of each seat is a small table.

    Some seats are set up so passengers seat behind tables.

    Captiain’s bridge (wheelhouse) of the catamaran Anđela

    The captain’s bridge is located above the main salon and offers the captain a 360′ view of what is happening around the vessel, which means additional safety during navigation. The bridge is equipped with all the necessary accessories to make our journey across the Adriatic carefree and relaxed.