FERRY SHIPPING

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Italian Company Caronte & Tourist To Debut In Croatia With A New Regular Link

The Messina-based company Caronte & Tourist is expected to open a new maritime link in Croatia from mid-July with the ferry GIUSEPPE FRANZA which is now moored in Rijeka after a first refusal from the authorities to enter the port.

Local media report that Caronte & Tourist Isole Minori has filed a request with Croatia’s Agency for Coastal Passenger Traffic to establish a ferry line between Rijeka and Porozina, on the Cres island.

The new service should be operated from 15 July to 15 September.

The Italian company, however, has still not collected most of the required permits and documents, said Paola Vidovic, director of Croatia’s Agency for Coastal Passenger Traffic, as quoted by business news portal SeeBiz.eu.
Before and in order to sign the contract, Caronte & Tourist will have to collect all the required documents requested before starting the new maritime link.

The first stage of ferry market liberalization in Croatia started in 2018 and is taking this summer with some services’ concession to be granted to foreign companies.

IN THE MEDIA

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Brodosplit Wants To Build Two Dry Docks

Brodosplit has asked geotechnical researcher Geotech to investigate how to build two dry docks in Split, Croatia.
The docks are primarily intended for the construction of new ships, and it is envisaged that there will be used for the construction of yachts, ferries and cruise ships.
One dock will be 200m long, the other one 100m. The latter should be covered with a roof.
Currently no shipyard in Croatia has dry docks for shipbuilding, except for some floating dry docks.
After the completion of the investigations, the necessary permits will be obtained. Construction will take up to three years.
Source: Jutarnji (in Croataian)