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Driving Dubrovnik to Split via Hvar

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Google maps gave me a possible route of driving from Dubrovnik to Drvenik (2 hours), then taking the car ferry to Sucuraj on Havar (37 minutes), driving to Stari Grad (80 minutes), then the ferry to Split (2 hours). Of course these are no stopping driving times.

I would probably be doing this in September of 2016 -- just investigating possibilities now.

Withe the following ferry schedule and prices this seems like a way to get to see some of the islands and coast line if willing to get an early start and take most of the day. I wonder if anyone has done this or has any thoughts -- pro, con, or alternatives.

Drvenik to Sucuraj ferries at 9:00, 10:30, 12:00, 13:45 16 KN/person, 108/186 smaller/larger car

Stari Grad to Split 11:30, 14:00, 17:30, 20:00 47KN/person 318/588 smaller/larger car

I would be driving a "class C" type rental car, something similar to a VW Golf or so. I'd think this would fit the "smaller" category.

Thanks

The online tickets don't guarantee a specific boat. Do you think this would be a problem this time of the year. How long before departure must I be in line to board the ferry that time of the year?

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