Blue Line International

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Industry Passenger transportation
Freight transportation
Predecessor SEM Maritime Company
Founded 2003
Area served
Adriatic Sea
Owner SEM Maritime Company
Website www.blueline-ferries.com

Blue Line International is a ferry company owned by the Croatia-based SEM Maritime Company (SMC). It operates two car/passenger ferries between Croatia and Italy. The Blue Line brand was established in 2003 as a marketing name for SMC's Croatia—Italy services, coinciding with the purchase of the MV Ancona.

The company operates a regular around-the-year service between Ancona and Split, alongside the seasonal lines Ancona—Hvar and Ancona—Vis.

Fleet[edit]

M/S Ancona in Ancona Harbour, Italy, 2010.
Ship Built Entered service
for Blue Line
Gross tonnage Flag Notes
MV Dalmatia 1978 2011 12,078 GT  Panama
MV Regina della Pace 1979 2010 16,405 GT  Panama

Former ships[edit]

Ship Built In service Gross register tonnage Flag Status as of 2010
MV Split 1700 1966 2003–2010 6,474 GRT  Panama
MV Ancona 1966 2003-2010 7,883 GRT  Panama

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