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"Great crossing but shambolic checking in procedures"
Travelling by ferry from Dover to the continent is so straightforward. Purchase a ticket by internet, print it off and present it at the ferry terminal before waiting to board. At Bari we located the terminal from the map provided, found it was closed and were given no instructions about where we should pick up our ticket. It was only through luck and persistence that we discovered we had to take a shuttle bus to an office 3km away to check in. When we arrived at the office it was closed, with a note saying it would not open until 17.00 hrs. We returned and were told to line up with other cars, ready to embark at 19.00hrs. This did not happen, no information was given and then eventually at 20.15 we boarded from the original terminal. From that point the service of the Jadrolinija line was superb. Swift loading, quiet journey, polite knowledgeable staff and punctual arrival. We’d certainly travel with this ferry line again but hope they will review their ticket/ boarding arrangements and that accurate maps and instructions are provided at the booking stage.Read More Read Less
The staff aboard the ship were is a stark contrast to the port staff on shore in Bari. Polite, courteous, professional, efficient, and welcoming. The ship itself was a bit dated but was well maintained.Read More Read Less
One of the most popular routes that connect Italy with Croatia, the Bari to Dubrovnik ferry route sails up to 4 times a week, and is operated by one ferry company. Helping to provide stunning views of both Italy and Croatia across a 10 hour sail time, book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you.
There are on average around 4 ferry crossings a week on the Bari to Dubrovnik route, however ferry frequencies may change from season to season, which is why we do not provide an exact ferry timetable. Instead, we advise that you do a live check before making your booking to get the most recent information about sailing times, to ensure you find the perfect ferry for you.
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On average, the ferry to Dubrovnik from Bari can take anywhere between 10 and 11 hours, but be sure to remember that ferry durations can be affected by factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail, so be sure to take these provided sail times as a guide, not as fact.
It is entirely possible to get this ferry as an overnight ferry, but be sure to check before you book that the sail times are the ones that you want.