MF Dubrovnik

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Dubrovnik (ship, 1979) IMO 7615048, in Split, 2012-01-03 (1).jpg
MF Dubrovnik in Split, Croatia, on Jan 3, 2012, before departing to Ancona, Italy
History
 Croatia
Name:
  • Connacht (1979-1988)
  • Duchesse Anne (1988-1996)
  • Dubrovnik (1996 onwards)
Owner: Jadrolinija (1996 onwards)
Port of registry:
Route: SplitAncona
Builder:
Launched: 1979
In service: 1979
Identification:IMO number7615048
Status: Ship in service
General characteristics
Length: 122.36 m (401 ft 5 in)
Beam: 18.82 m (61 ft 9 in)
Draught: 4.83 m (15 ft 10 in)
Capacity:
  • 1300 passengers
  • 300 cars

MF Dubrovnik is a ferry sailing on international and coastal routes, operated by Croatian company Jadrolinija. Currently maintaining routes between Croatia and Italy. Built in 1979 in Ireland for B&I Line. Former names: Connacht (1979-1988), Duchesse Anne (1989-1996, with Brittany Ferries company) and Dubrovnik (1996). Capacity 1300 people and 300 vehicles. 149 cabins with a total of 459 beds and 384 airline seats. A restaurant with 135 seats, self-service restaurant with 224 seats, a patisserie, a bar-cafe (274 seats), video room, a movie theatre with 96 seats, children's room, shopping room.

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