Katarina Line Cruise Fleet
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Specializing in cruises along the beautiful Croatian coastline, Katarina Line’s fleet of small cruise ships has a wide range of different itineraries and cruise styles to suit anyone keen to explore this stunning part of the world. For Katarina Line, Croatia has been home since 1992 and they have used their wealth of local knowledge to design the perfect Croatian experience for guests. Despite their long history in Croatia, guests will find that most of the Katarina Line fleet is luxuriously modern and well-equipped for their comfort and safety.

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Why Book A Katarina Line Cruise

The Croatian islands are known for their natural beauty and inimitable style, mixing the laid back Croatian lifestyle traditions with comfort and luxury. From wine tasting in the elegant bodegas of Korcula island to amazing swims in the Blue Grotto, Katarina Line offer some of the best excursions and experiences in the Adriatic. Strong relationships with local producers and guides mean they can offer the finest in local culture and, of course, cuisine.


Sleek and modern with a panoramic sundeck and onboard jacuzzi, the Admiral is one of the Katarina line’s Delux Class vessels with 20 ensuite cabins. Cruising along the Croatian coast, the Admiral stops at some of the Adriatic's finest historical and architectural wonders.


Launched as a Katarina Line cruise ship only in the last few years, the Aquamarin enjoys a classic style and all the mod cons. All 19 cabins have their own en-suite bathrooms and can be arranged to accommodate twin or double beds.


A delightful blend of rustic wooden interior and breezy Adriatic style, the Fantazija takes guests along the Dalmatian coast. With 19 double or twin ensuite cabins, 38 guests can travel on the Fatazija in finest small ship cruise style.

San Antonio

A brand new luxury small cruise ship, the San Antonio was only launched in 2018. The design is sleek and modern with all the mod cons available. The ship's 18 cabins are quite special in that they offer the traditional double or twin option and two single cabins for those who prefer not to share.


Only recently launched in 2017, the Avangard has a sleek modern interior with a lounge area and an onboard jacuzzi on the top deck. The ship can take up to 36 guests in double or twin ensuite cabins.

Black Swan

As elegant as its namesake, the Black Swan is a beautiful ship with a sophisticated style on deck and in the 18 well-appointed cabins. Guests can enjoy a cocktail and stunning views from the panoramic top deck or inside the onboard jacuzzi.


The Futura takes up to 39 lucky guests on a breathtaking tour of some of the most beautiful Croatian islands. The ship has all the comfort and luxury of an elegant beach bar in the social areas and comfortable ensuite cabins for relaxing.


The Infinity is a small but beautifully designed cruise ship with 19 double or twin cabins available, including VIP cabins with their own private balconies. The ship is well equipped for sunbathing and swimming off the back deck into those crystal-clear Croatian waters.


Launched only a few years ago, the Maritimo is the height of comfort and luxury with a nautically themed lounge and a jacuzzi on the deck. Maritimo offers up to 38 guests comfortable cabins, panoramic views, and fine dining on board while experiencing the best the Croatian coast has to offer.


Built in 2019, the Nautilus is perfect for exploring the southern Adriatic Sea and island-hopping to some of Croatia's finest destinations. Highlights include swimming in the turquoise waters off Brac island and a spectacular evening dinner cruise along Dubrovnik's old town city walls.


The beautiful Paradis caters to 38 guests in 19 comfortable cabins, offering small-ship cruises in Croatia. The 'Southern Pearls' itinerary travels from Dubrovnik to Split, or vice versa, and calls at Makarska, Hvar, Vis, Mljet, and Slano, to name a few. 


Although a small and luxurious cruise ship, the Riva has ample onboard facilities, such as a hydro-massage pool and a gym for up 38 guests. Guests can enjoy keeping healthy and relaxing on the deck, enjoying a cocktail at sunset, and exploring the beautiful Dalmatian coast.


Part of the Katarina Line’s Delux Superior small cruise ships, the Markan boasts an onboard jacuzzi and plush dining and lounge areas inside and outside. The ship has 19 spacious cabins, including 9 VIP suites that have their own private balcony for those peaceful and private moments.

Ave Maria

Taking up to 36 passengers on a luxury cruise along the stunning Croatian coastline, the Ave Maria is a bright and beautiful small cruise ship. The cabins are beautifully decorated with all upper deck VIP cabins also having their own private balcony.

Adriatic Sun

Newly launched in 2018, the Adriatic Sun is the height of modern simplicity and elegance. The ship brings up to 38 guests, the best in comfort and luxury, while they experience the Croatian coast’s best natural beauty, culture, food, and wine.


Relaxation is the name of the game aboard the Spalato. The small intimate cruise ship offers up to 36 passengers a laid-back Adriatic vibe along with the best in service and luxury.  


With 18 swish and modern cabins, the Amalia can take up to 36 guests on a luxurious and fun tour of the best of Croatia’s coastline. The rear platform makes the ample swim-stops a breeze, and for those who prefer to stay onboard, there is a spacious and comfortable upper sun deck.


A beautifully renovated former fast patrol boat for the navy, the Katarina Line has designed the Seagull to reflect the blend of traditional and modern that is found everywhere in modern Croatia. The ship is intimate, having only 16 cabins, and there is also the option of triple cabins for those traveling in groups.


Despite being a very spacious and grand small cruise ship, the Majestic enjoys an intimate atmosphere with only 18 cabins and 36 guests. The Majestic’s cruises are great for those looking to relax on the sundeck and guests who prefer hiking, swimming, and other activities.


With a very spacious 150 square meters sundeck, the Moonlight is a dream for those who can’t get enough of the fantastic views of the Croatian coastline. The 18 cabins are all ensuite and air-conditioned for those long sunny Adriatic days.


One of Katarina line’s Premium Class small cruise ships, the Dream is known for its luxurious interior but, most of all, for the attentive and welcoming staff. The up to 40 guests onboard can expect only the best while they take in the natural beauty of the Croatian coastline.

Traditional En-Suite Class

Katarina Line's En-Suite Class is a budget-friendly way to explore the Dalmatian coast, with boats ranging from 23m to 33m and catering for 20 - 38 passengers. Guests spend 7 blissful days exploring the coasts, beaches, old towns, vineyards, and cuisine of the Dalmatian Coastline. Island hopping, swim stops, and beach walks make up the days, and evenings are spent at leisure, mingling with the locals and enjoying the local gastronomy.

Premium Class

The Katarina Line offers guests the option of traveling on their premium class ships. These are mostly traditional yacht-style ships for a sailing experience. The premium class includes the Antonela, Leonardo, Eos, Dionis, Dalmatia, Vapor, Meridijan, Pape Prvi, Morena, Emanuel, or Jadranska Kraljica (Adriatic Queen).

Areas the Katarina Line Cruise Fleet Covers

Most of the Katarina Line’s cruise ships depart from Split, Opatija, or Dubrovnik with the opportunity to visit these three beautiful cities, famed for their historical and culinary delights. Cruising along the Dalmatian coast, the cruises stop at many small quaint islands, such as Korcula Island, famous for its beaches, wine tasting, and rich local history. The Pakleni islands in the South West are often stopping points for cruises thanks to their numerous beaches and small historic port towns.

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