Atlas Kompas provides high-speed routes between the romantic Italian city of Venice and the Croatian coastal towns of Umag, Poreč, Rovinj and Pula on Istria, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea.
With their two modern catamarans, Prince of Venice and Adriatic Jet, Atlas Kompas guarantees a pleasant and comfortable journey for every passenger.
During the crossing, their friendly and knowledgeable staff members provide a detailed sightseeing itinerary of both Venetian and Croatian landmarks, ensuring your trip is as rewarding as possible.
On board Prince of Venice, you will find air-conditioned seating areas, toilets and three outdoor decks, all providing superb views across the Adriatic. The catamaran was also purposefully designed to be safe and stable during bad weather, so you can relax knowing you’re in the best hands.
The uniquely designed Adriatic Jet can hold up to 343 passengers and also provides spacious seating areas, air-conditioning, a well-equipped bar and a selection of duty-free products.
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"Hard working crew"
The kompass team were a very talented and hard working bunch. Ferry was clean, comfortable and well provisioned. Trip itself was spoilt only by the heat and ĺack of shade. This trip in spring would be wonderful!Read More Read Less
"Pula to Venice Boat - Bus - Boat"
We were so looking forward to sailing from Pula to Venice, can you imagine our disappointment when we received an email to say the boat has been cancelled and we were going to be bused instead, but we would get a 40% refund. Whilst were were disappointed we made the best of a bad situation and blew the 40% refund on a boat trip round the islands near Pula. We then stocked up for our bus journey, downloaded an audio book as the bus was going to be 2 hours ish longer. We arrive on the day of travel and no buses but lots of people. Turns out the boat is now running, great we were looking forward to it but it would have been nice if an email or SMS was sent. We did consider scrapping the boat altogether and making alternatives arrangements. That aside the trip was good, were were only going one way however there were lots of day trippers and the deal that Kompass offer for 85€ for two tours, a gondola ride and lunch with wine seemed a real bargain and perfect if you have limited time in Venice.Read More Read Less
"4 day trip to Venice"
We just returned from a 4 day trip to a Venice travelling by Atlas Kompas ferry from Rovinj Croatia and then returning to Pula Croatia. The ferry itself is extremely comfortable and the company very professional. keep in mind the bulk of the passengers are taking day trips so it can be crowded but the ferry staff and tour guides make it all as easy as possible.Read More Read Less
Easy trip - were able to sit outside while leaving Venice. Like that luggage was transported short distance to the dock .... meant we could go off and have a coffee while waiting for boarding.Read More Read Less