Croatian small ship company Katarina Line has expanded its 2020 cruising schedule and introduced additional departures for its most popular cruises departing from Spilt and Dubrovnik, concurrently updating its 2020 pricelist. Among Katarina Line’s new options are deluxe five-night round-trip cruises on MV Maritimo from Split on 22 June 2020 and on MV My Way on 26 June and 1 July, 2020.
A new one-way six-night sailing on MV Damatinka from Dubrovnik to Split is available on 16 August, in addition to a six-night cruise between the same two ports aboard MV Seagull on 29 August, a six-night round-trip from Dubrovnik on MV Jadranska Kraljica, also on 29 August, and a five-night voyage operating return from Split aboard MV Dionis, departing on 15 August.
“Croatia is one of the most popular destinations in the world and 2020 is expected to be another great year for tourism as more travellers discover the stunning natural beauty, history and culture of Croatia and the Adriatic Sea that have been attracting visitors for thousands of years,” said Katarina Line’s Managing Director Daniel Hauptfeld.
Hauptfeld heaped praise on travel advisor partners, saying “agents have been instrumental in helping us introduce more travellers to the joy of small ship cruising in the warm and clear blue waters of the Adriatic Sea”.
Tailor-made group tours are also available upon request that include special interest themes such as cycling, hiking and wellness as well as wine and food tours, music, archaeology and weddings.
Katarina Line is also offering advance booking incentives of 10 per cent off select departures in August 2020 and five per cent discount on departures in April, May and October 2020, valid when booked by 31 December, 2019.
Cruises eligible for the 10 per cent discount include the 15 August, 2020 departure of Devine Dalmatian, a 7-night round-trip cruise from Dubrovnik that visits the island of Korčula; the port town of Makarska, known for its seafront promenade and exceptional nightlife; the island of Brac, where guests can bask on the white beach of Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn); Split, the second-largest city in Croatia; the resort town of Hvar; and land excursions that include Mljet National Park.
Days are spent swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing, while evenings offer diverse opportunities to discover great restaurants and become immerse in the extraordinary history, culture, and architecture of Croatia.
Prices for the Devine Dalmatian itinerary start are US$1,491 per person, based on double occupancy, for a total saving of US$331 per cabin off the regular price of US$3,314. (All prices are based on current exchange rates for the Euro and subject to change).
Cruises are on Katarina Line’s newer, larger and more spacious Deluxe Superior vessels that have been newly built or refurbished after 2016. The 2 May 2020 departure is eligible for the five per cent off.
“In addition to our booking incentives, we’re increasing our trade show presence and growing our travel agent partnerships worldwide,” Hauptfeld added. “We want to make selling our cruises and land tours easier than ever.”
For more information, contact Katarina Line at firstname.lastname@example.org