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Jadrolinija
 
Page 4: Car Ferries From 1991-1997
 
This page is one of a series devoted to passenger ship postcards of Yugoslavian state operator Jadrolinija, formed in 1947, which later passed to Croatia. An alphabetical list of ships shown on this page is shown below. The Table beneath gives links to complete postcard history pages on selected individual ships. Below the table are images of the fleet in chronological order.
 
 
Contact:- www.jadrolinija.hr
 
Ships on This Page:-
Bozava (Jadrolinija: 1993- )
Dubrovnik (Jadrolinija: 1997- )
Hanibal Lucic (Jadrolinija: 1995- )
Ivan Zajc (Jadrolinija: 1993-2009)
Kijevo (Jadrolinija: 1997- )
Laslovo (Jadrolinija: 1997- )
Lovrjenac (Jadrolinija: 1994- )
Nehaj (Jadrolinija: 1994- )
Porozina (Jadrolinija: 1991- )
Prizna (Jadrolinija: 1991- )
Sis (Jadrolinija: 1997- )
Ston (3) (Jadrolinija: 1997- )
Zigljen (Jadrolinija: 1992- )
 
Jadrolinija Web Pages:-
Jadrolinija Header Page
Jadrolinija Page 1a - Pre-war Yugoslavian passenger ships at 1947 (built before 1911)
Jadrolinija Page 1b - Pre-war Yugoslavian passenger ships at 1947 (built 1911-1947)
Jadrolinija Page 2 - Passenger ships 1947-
Jadrolinija Page 3 - Car Ferries 1962-1990
Jadrolinija Page 4 - Car Ferries 1991-1997 - This Page!
Jadrolinija Page 5 - Car Ferries 1998-
Jadrolinija Page 6 - Fast Ferries
 
Associated Pages:-
www.jadrolinija.hr - Jadrolinija Company Website
Ferry Postcards
Cruise Ship Postcards
Ocean Liner Postcards
Simplon Postcards Home Page
 
References:-
BRODOVI I SUDBINE 1947 - 2007 (Ships and Destiny 1947-2007)
Publisher Jadrolinija Rijeka for publisher dr.sc.Slavko Loncar
Editor Marijan Zuvic - Copyright 2007

BIJELA FLOTA HRVATSKOGA JADRANA 1872-1947-1997 (White Fleet From the Croatian Sea 1872-1947-1997)
Publisher Jadrolinija Rijeka
Editor Zeljko Luzavec - Copyright authors 1997 (many authors)
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Table of Ship Histories

Name

Other names

 Built
 Lovrjenac  Norris Castle (3)

 1968
 Marco Polo  Peter Wessel, Zeeland, Stena Nordica

 1956
 Nehaj  Cowes Castle

 1965
 Sis  Netley Castle

 1974
 Sveti Krsevan  

 2004
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jadrolinija Fleet List
Page 4: Car Ferries From 1991
 
 
 
Prizna
(Jadrolinija: 1991- )
 
300 gross tons - length 54.02m - two Nohab-Polar diesels: total 714 kW - speed 7 knots - 200 passenger - 44 cars
 
Prizna was built as FÄRJA 61/290 for Statens Vägverk Stockholm in 1970. She was bought by Jadrolinija in 1991.
 
 
Prizna
Photo: © Neven Jerkovic
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Prizna
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Zigljen
(Jadrolinija: 1992- )
 
300 gross tons - length 54.02m - two Nohab-Polar diesels: total 714 kW - speed 7 knots - 200 passenger - 44 cars
 
Zigljen was built as FÄRJA 62/287 for Statens Vägverk Stockholm in 1970. She was renamed Dobeln in 1979, and Olof Tratalja in 1990. She was bought by Jadrolinija in 1992 and renamed Zigljen.
 
 
Zigljen in Jadrolinija service
Scan: Ivo Batricevic
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Ivan Zajc
(Jadrolinija: 1993-2009)
 
Ivan Zajc was built as Tizano for Linee Marittime dell'Adriatico, Venice, in 1970 by Cant. Nav. Apuania, Marina di Carrara. She entered service between Pescara and Jugoslavian ports. In 1980, Tizano was chartered to Adriatica di Navigazione S.p.A. followed by sale the following year, retaining her name. In 1994 Tizano was sold to Jadrolinija and renamed Ivan Zajc. She has generally worked from Ancona to Zadar or Split. In 2009, Ivan Zajc was sold to Tukish owners for 850 000 Euros. New registered owning company is Ziganoy Shipping of Panama from April 3rd 2009.
 
 
Postcard of Ivan Zajc
Scan: Ivo Batricevic
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Ivan Zajc
Photo: © Neven Jerkovic
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Ivan Zajc
Photo: © Neven Jerkovic
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Ivan Zajc at Zadar
Photo: © Petar Milin, Zadar 2007
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Bozava
(Jadrolinija: 1993- )
 
Bozava was built in 1966 as the Teulada for Sardegna Regionale Marittima S.p.A. Cagliari, for service from Palau to La Maddalena. She was acquired by Jadrolinija in 1993 and renamed Bozana for use on the Zadar-Bršanj-Rava route.
 
 
Bozava
Photo: © Neven Jerkovic.
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Bozava
Photo: © Ian Boyle, Zadar, 1st April 2007
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Bozava
Photo: © Ian Boyle, Zadar, 1st April 2007
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Bozava
Photo: © Ian Boyle, Zadar, 1st April 2007
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Bozava
Photo: © Ian Boyle, Zadar, 1st April 2007
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Bozava
Photo: © Ian Boyle, Zadar, 1st April 2007
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Bozava
Photo: © Ian Boyle, Zadar, 1st April 2007
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Bozava
Photo: © Ian Boyle, Zadar, 1st April 2007
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Bozava at Zadar
Photo: © Petar Milin, Zadar 2007
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Porozina (2)
(Jadrolinija: 1993- )
 
399 gross tons - length 49.03m - two diesels: total 552 kW - speed 11 knots - 300 passenger - 40 cars
 
Porozina was built in 1971 as Esefjord for Norwegian local ferry company Fylkesbaatane i Sogn og Fjordane. She was sold to Rutelaget Askøy-Bergen A/S, Bergen, in 1991 before passing to Jadrolinija in 1993 and renaming her Porozina.
 
 
Porozina (2)
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Porozina
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Porozina (2)
Scan: Ivo Batricevic
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Porozina (2) leaving Dubrovnik
Photo: Ian Boyle 13th October 2010
Porozina (2) - Photo:  Ian Boyle 13th October 2010 - www.simplonpc.co.uk






Lovrjenac
(Jadrolinija: 1994- )
 
Norris Castle (3) was built by Thornycroft & Co, Southampton, in 1968, for the Southampton, Isle of Wight & South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. Ltd. She entered service between Southampton and Cowes (Isle of Wight). Norris Castle (3) had a smaller area of passenger accommodation than her predecessors to allow greater freight capacity. In 1975, Norris Castle (3) was rebuilt in Belgium as a drive-through ferry. In 1994, Norris Castle (3) was sold to Jadrolinija, Rijeka,Croatia, and renamed Lovrjenac.
 
Complete history of Lovrjenac
 
 
Lovrjenac.
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Lovrjenac.
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Lovrjenac.
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Lovrjenac.
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Lovrjenac.
Photo: © Mike Tedstone
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Lovrjenac.
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Nehaj
(Jadrolinija: 1994- )
 
Cowes Castle was built by Thornycroft & Co, Southampton, in 1965, for the Southampton, Isle of Wight & South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. Ltd. Cowes Castle entered service between Southampton and Cowes (Isle of Wight). In 1975, Cowes Castle was rebuilt in Belgium as a drive-through ferry. In 1994, Cowes Castle was sold to Jadrolinija, Rijeka, Croatia, and renamed Nehaj.
 
Complete history of Nehaj
 
 
Nehaj.
Photo: © Neven Jerkovic
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Nehaj.
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Nehaj.
Photo: © Egidio Ferrighi - Scan: Fakta om Fartyg.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hanibal Lucic
(Jadrolinija: 1995- )
 
Hanibal Lucic was built by Rigas Kugu Remontova Rupnica in 1993 as Pramis-7. She was sold to Jadrolinija in 1995 and renamed Hanibal Lucic. She has run services out of Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar.
 
 
Hanibal Lucic
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Hanibal Lucic
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Hanibal Lucic
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Hanibal Lucic at Preko
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 1st April 2007
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Hanibal Lucic at Preko
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Hanibal Lucic at Preko
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Hanibal Lucic approaching Zadar
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Hanibal Lucic approaching Zadar
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 1st April 2007
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Hanibal Lucic approaching Zadar
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 1st April 2007
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Hanibal Lucic approaching Zadar
Photo: © Petar Milin, Zadar November 2007
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Dubrovnik
(Jadrolinija: 1997- )
 
Dubrovnik was built as Connacht in 1979 by Verolme Cork Dockyards Ltd for B&I Line. Connacht entered service between Cork-Swansea, soon transferring to Cork-Pembroke Dock. In 1980 Connacht swapped with Innisfallen (ex-Leinster) and moved to Liverpool-Dublin. In 1988 Connacht was sold to Brittany Ferries as the Duchesse Anne, and served on various routes until 1996 when sold to Jadrolinija as the Dubrovnik.
 
 
Jadrolinija postcard of Dubrovnik.
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Dubrovnik
Photo: © Neven Jerkovic
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Dubrovnik
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Dubrovnik
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Dubrovnik
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Dubrovnik in Splitska vrata (between Brac and Solta island)
Photo: © Miloš Sluga Jr, May 2008
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Dubrovnik in Splitska vrata (between Brac and Solta island)
Photo: © Miloš Sluga Jr, May 2008
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Sis
(Jadrolinija: 1997- )
 
Netley Castle was built by Ryton Marine Ltd, Wallsend on Tyne, in 1974, for the Southampton, Isle of Wight & South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. Ltd. Netley Castle entered service between Southampton and Cowes (Isle of Wight). In 1997, Netley Castle was sold to Jadrolinija, Rijeka,Croatia, and renamed Sis.
 
 
Photograph of Sis.
Photo: © Egidio Ferrighi - Scan: Fakta om Fartyg.
 
 
Sis.
Photo: © Fleet File Rotterdam - Scan: Fakta om Fartyg.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kijevo
(Jadrolinija: 1997- )
 
Kijevo was built by Brodosplit, Split, in 1997. Her sisters are Ston and Laslovo. She serves between Biograd and Tkon.
 
 
Kijevo
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Ston (3)
(Jadrolinija: 1997- )
 
Ston (3) was built by Brodosplit, Split, in 1997. Her sisters are Kijevo and Laslovo. From 2002, she served between Orebic and Domince (Korcula). In 2003 she moved to Makarska-Sumartin, but was back on Orebic-Domince when I photographed her in August 2006. She ran this service jointly with the Zamosce of Mediteranska Plovidba.
 
 
Ston approaching Dominice
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 11th August 2006
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Ston at Orebic
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 11th August 2006
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Ston at Orebic
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 11th August 2006
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Ston approaching Dominice (Korcula)
Photo: © Neven Jerkovic
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Ston at Dominice (Korcula)
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Laslovo
(Jadrolinija: 1997- )
 
Laslovo was built by Brodosplit, Split, in 1997. Her sisters are Ston and Kijevo. She serves between Drvenik and Sucuraj.
 
 
Laslovo
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Laslovo
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Laslovo at Dominice (Korcula)
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