Katarina Line unveils 2022 schedule

New itineraries with guaranteed departures

Croatian small ship cruise company, Katarina Line, has released its 2022 pricing list and cruising schedule.

Among the highlights are four new cruises with guaranteed departures between the end of April and mid-October that include the one-way ‘Breathtaking Croatia’ between Split and Opatija and ‘Island Myths and Legends’, a round-trip cruise out of Split.

Katarina Line represents a fleet of 60 vessels that sail the Adriatic coast. The company also offers a wide range of in-land guided tours that can seamlessly connect with most departures, providing travellers with the opportunity to explore Croatia’s history, architecture, culture and cuisine by both land and sea. Vessels range from the Deluxe Superior that can accommodate up to 40 passengers to the traditional wooden boats, which can accommodate up to 16 passengers.

“Croatia has always been one of Europe’s most welcoming countries, with border policies that allow easier access for international visitors,” said Daniel Hauptfeld, Katarina Line’s Marketing Director.

“With the country now ‘open for business,’ it’s an excellent time to experience the incredible beauty of the Dalmatian Coast and the historical and natural wonders of Croatia’s national parks and picturesque port towns, many of which have figured prominent in popular television series, such as Game of Thrones.”

Katarina Line's newest vessel for 2021, the 36-passenger Auriela.

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Islands Myths and Legends

New for 2022, Katarina Line’s Island Myths and Legends is a seven-night cruise from Split that visits the coastal town of Pučišća on the island of Brač, as well as the fortified town of Korčula. Guests will explore the island of Lastovo in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, and the town of Stari Grad on the island of Hvar. The cruise will also visit the island of Mljet and its famous national park, as well as the legendary Blue Cave on the island of Biševo.

Breathtaking Croatia

Katarina Line’s ‘Breathtaking Croatia’ is another week-long voyage departing either Opatija or Split on alternating weeks. It offers an exceptional opportunity to experience first-hand some of Croatia’s most inspiring natural wonders. Among these is a visit to Brijuni National Park, a sparkling cluster of islands near the Istria Peninsula. Travellers will also visit Kornati National Park. Composed of more than 80 islands off the Dalmatian coast, it is a popular destination for water sports such as diving and sailing, camping and hiking.

The itinerary also visit the ancient town of Primosten, best known for its architecture and miles of beaches that feature crystal clear waters. Other itinerary highlights include a visit to the Blue Cave and to Stari Grad.

For more information, see katarina-line.com.

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