About ship Anamarija
Motor ship Anamarija was built in 1993 in Iličevsk shipyard in Russia for Bulgarian investors. It had not been in service before we bought it in Varna in 1994. It was the first post-war ship bought by a private shipping company and imported into the young Republic of Croatia under Croatian flag. That year the ship was working in tourism on the Istrian area and was navigating on the route Poreč – Venice. After that, we worked in collaboration with Jadrolinija in the Zadar area for several years, and from 2000 we alone maintain state ship line on the route Zadar – Iž – Rava.
On the 20th of December 2013 after G&V Line Dubrovnik company restructuring, the ship became the property of the newly-created company named G&V Line Iadera Zadar.
Today it maintains two state lines including state ship line number 405 from Zadar to islands Iž and Rava, and state ship line number 406 from Zadar to Sali and Zaglav on Dugi Otok.
Motor ship Anamarija has the capacity for 250 passengers. They can use 3 inside air-conditioned lounges, coffee bar, as well as luggage and other heavy cargo transport space.
Passengers who wish to enjoy outdoor sail, can use seating space on upper deck.
- Passenger capacity: 250 persons
- Year of construction: 1993
- Place of construction: Iličevsk, Russia
- Tonnage: 274 GT / 82 NT
- Length: 39,81 meters
- Width: 6,90 meters
- Draught: 2,90 meters
- Speed: 17 Nm
- Propulsion: 3 diesel engines
- Power: 1 x 740 kW i 2 x 150 kW