Ferry port Zadar
The ferry port of Zadar is located in the central part of the town of Zadar, right next to its ancient core. It is about 1000 meters long with the depth of about 7.5 meters and 9 quays for travel ships.
When it comes to the international traffic, Zadar is connected to Ancona with ferries of Jadrolinija maritime company that offer ferry lines twice a week during winter and 8 times a week during summer. Besides ferry boats Zadar and Ancona are connected by a hydrofoil.
The duration of boat ride is about 9 hours and the lines are scheduled 3-4 times a week. Wider area of Zadar is rich with inhabited islands so the ferry lines are established to almost all islands in the Zadar archipelago:
- Zadar - Preko (Ugljan)
- Zadar - Brbinj (Dugi otok)
- Zadar - Sali (Dugi Otok) - Zaglav (Dugi otok)
- Zadar - Ist - Olib - Silba - Premuda – Mali Lošinj
- Zadar - Veli Iž - Mali Iž - Mala Rava - Rava
- Zadar - Molat - Brgulje - Zapuntel – Ist
- Zadar - Rivanj - Sestrunj - Zverinac - Molat – Ist
- Zadar - Bršanj (Iž) - Rava – Mala Rava
The port of Zadar handles about 2 million passengers and 140 000 vehicles per year and is according to those numbers the second most important port on the Adriatic Sea.
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