Blue Line International

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Industry Passenger transportation
Freight transportation
Predecessor(s) SEM Maritime Company
Founded 2003
Area served Adriatic Sea
Owner(s) 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
Ship Built Entered service
for Blue Line
Gross tonnage Flag Notes
MV Dalmatia 1978 2011 ?  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 12,394 GT  Panama

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