Croatian shipbuilder Dalmont Kraljevica has delivered Rapska Plovidba’s new flagship Ro-Ro ferry Četiri Zvonika.
The HRK60 million (US$9.9 million) double-ender is the largest ferry built for the Croatian ferry operator.
Operated by a crew of eight, the 79 metres by 17.5 metres ferry has a capacity of 100 personal vehicles and 595 passengers.
It was named Četiri Zvonika (meaning “four belltowers”), which pays tribute to the best-known landmarks on the island of Rab.
Četiri Zvonika will operate on the Mišnjak-Stinica route to Rab.
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