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CROATIA - Split to Hvar Island ???

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Traveling Split to Hvar mid March 2015; and Timetable options are minimal, because the day will be Sunday. There are only a 14.00 (Route 9404) and 16.00 (Route 9608) departure options.
If traveling on foot (no vehicle) am I permitted to use the Vehicular Ferry, which leaves Split earlier in the day at 8.30 (Route 635)?

If so, are buses available at Stari Grad, to transport me to Hvar town?
How long does that trip take, and what is the cost? (Or if a taxi, time/cost?)

Same situation will apply on the return to Split, though that is mid-week, and that time of year, the Timetable is still on reduced schedule.

Thanks,

Marty (Australia)

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