Katarina Line Announces ‘Super Special’ Prices of Up to 30 Percent Off On ‘Dalmation Paradise’ and ‘One-Way Wonders’ Deluxe Cruises in 2021

Katarina Line. Rhapsody Deluxe Superior Vessel (New for 2021)Katarina Line, Croatia’s premier small ship cruise company, is offering some of the most extensive “super special” late-season prices of up to 30 percent off the regular rates on their most popular cruises.

They are available out of Opatija, Split and Dubrovnik, all of which offer guaranteed departures. With the specials, prices are as low as $1,239 per person for the Deluxe 7-day roundtrip Dalmatian Paradise.

This is a saving of $531 off the regular rate of $1,770. Similarly, Katarina Line’s Deluxe One Way Wonders between Split and Dubrovnik, normally $ 1,770 per person, is only $1,239, a saving of $531. Prices are applicable on select cruise dates and are based on double occupancy. Prices are also based on exchange rates for the Euro, which can change.

Katarina Line is also offering early-bird discounts of 10 percent off their deluxe cruises in 2022, available on select departures in July and August 2022. The company offers 5 percent off on all departures in April, May and October 2022. Early bird offers are valid when booked and paid by January 1, 2022.

“Croatia’s Dalmatian coast offers some of the most beautiful scenery, historic architecture and natural attractions in Europe,” said Daniel Hauptfeld, Katarina Line’s marketing director. “If you’ve been waiting for the best values to cruise with us, this is an excellent time to take advantage of some of the lowest prices we’ve ever offered.”

Dalmatian Paradise

Katarina Line’s 7-night round-trip Dalmatian Paradise sails out of Split and visits the islands of Korčula, Mljet, and Hvar. It also makes a port-of-call to the Pelješac Peninsula, where guests will participate in an authentic Croatian village party, among other activities. Guests will visit the coastal town of Bol on the island of Brač, where they will go swimming on the island’s famed Golden Horn Beach. They will also be treated to an evening dinner cruise along the old town city walls of Dubrovnik, a wine tasting excursion, and a Captain’s dinner with live entertainment. A major highlight is a visit to Mljet National Park, known for its excellent swimming, natural scenery and hiking trails.

One-Way Wonders

Katarina Line’s deluxe One-Way Wonders is a 7-night cruises between Split and Dubrovnik that visits some of the most popular Southern Dalmatia islands. It includes guided inland tours to top Croatian attractions as well as wine and gourmet experiences – all at no extra costs.

Among itinerary highlights are a cruise along Dubrovnik’s legendary city walls, swimming in secluded coves, and visits to such coastal towns as the fishermen’s village of Slano. Guests will enjoy a guided tour of the medieval fortified village of Ston, where they will be treated to a special tasting of oysters, the town’s specialty. Guests will also enjoy a visit to Mljet National Park, where they will take a boat ride to St. Mary Isle and tour the medieval Benedictine monastery.

There is a wine tasting excursion and tour of the remains of a Roman Thermal bath house on the island of Vis. Inland excursions include guided walking tours of Korčula and Split. Prices for deluxe cruises include airport transfers, air-conditioned cabins, daily buffet breakfast and three-course lunches, as well as a Captain’s dinner with live entertainment.

Strict Health and Safety Protocols

Katarina Line observes strict health and safety protocols, with frequent and regular cleaning of all common surfaces, including handrails, doorknobs, and light switches, as well as the use of air purifiers in the restaurant area. Cabins are cleaned on a daily basis, upon request, with all surfaces thoroughly sanitized.

(Katarina Line)