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Croatia’s Small Ship Cruise Specialist ‘Katarina Line’ Announces 2021 Price List and Up To 10% Off ‘Early Bird’ Booking Discounts

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Katarina Line, Croatia’s small ship cruise specialist and DMC, has announced the availability of its 2021 cruise program and price list. The new program offers an expanded cruising schedule and guaranteed departures for its most popular cruises out of Split, Dubrovnik, and Opatija.  It features classic site-seeing cruises and land tours that are customizable, subject to availability, to meet the needs of special interest groups, schools, food lovers, history buffs, and soft adventure vacationers.

For its 2021 program, the company is offering advanced “early bird” booking incentives of 5% off for all departures in April, May and October 2021, as well as 10% off on all departures for July 31, August 4, 7, 11, 14, and 18, 2021.  Prices are per person, based on double occupancy and 2021 cruises must be booked no later than January 31, 2021 to be eligible.  For more information, contact Katarina Line at info@katarina-line.hr.

“Travel to Croatia and around the world is on hold right now, but we will be back soon and as strong as ever,” said Daniel Hauptfeld, managing director of Katarina Line.  “We look forward to welcoming visitors to the warm, crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, the natural beauty of our national parks, and the rich historical and architectural legacies of our picturesque towns.”

Mini Cruises and Secret Bays
Among Katarina Line’s unique new offerings are deluxe mini cruises between Split and Dubrovnik.  The 3-night cruises feature Saturday check-ins and visit the island of Korcula and Mljet National Park; the 4-night cruises, with check-ins on Tuesdays, visit the Pelješac Peninsula, Hvar, Bol, and Brack.  They offer 30% off for children under 10 years of age.

Katarina Line’s 7-night “Best Kept Secret Kvarner” cruise, departing from Opatija, visits the islands of Krk and Rab, and the towns of Zadar, Kornati, Mali Lošinj, and Cres. Tour highlights include a visit to Kornati National Park, often called a “nautical paradise” and “one of the most beautiful parks in Croatia.”  Additional highlights include guided walking tours, wine tasting in Vrbnik, Rab cake tasting, and a visit to Telascica Nature Park, known for its diverse wildlife and sea creatures.

Often called “Croatia’s best kept secret,” Kvarner Bay is a stunning vacation haven comprised of more than 20 islands scattered across the Adriatic Sea, each unique in their own way.  Locals consider the area a work of art, created by Mother Nature. Most of the small islands in the bay are sparsely populated, giving visitors the feeling that they are just one of the few to have discovered this “paradise on earth.”

“Kvarner Bay’s sun-soaked beaches and wonderfully secluded coves make this a paradise for swimming,” Hauptfeld noted.

Katarina Line also makes it convenient for guests to combine their land tours with the company’s cruises, ensuring seamless connections between the two. Customizable group tours are available upon request and include special interest themes such as cycling, hiking, and wellness, as well as wine and food tours, music, archeology, and weddings. Tours can also include excursions into neighboring countries such as Slovenia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and Serbia, among others, with English speaking guides and private buses.

Cruise prices are based on double occupancy and include buffet breakfast, lunch, a captain’s dinner, guided tours per the itinerary, and all fees.  There is also afternoon tea and coffee with biscuits, and free WiFi.  Land tour prices are net and based on requested options.

“The stunning natural beauty, history and culture of Croatia and the Adriatic Sea have been attracting visitors for thousands of years,” said Hauptfeld.  “We are confident that this incredible destination will be attracting visitors for thousands of years more.”

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