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2012 schedule for all Croatian coastal ferries

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The government agency responsible for the licensing all coastal ferries in Croatia has the full 2012 schedule on www.agencija-zolpp.hr
This is an excellent website, as ferry companies are notorious for posting poor information and not answering Emails. Unfortunately, fares can only be obtained from individual companies.
On the website, a speedboat service means a catamaran, for example, www.lnp.hr has a service between Pula and Zadar which stops at a few islands, takes 5 hours, and costs only €13 (cheaper than the bus)

Happy planning!

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