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MV Katarina

The stylish MV Katarina launched in 2019, built to the highest standards to provide passengers with the ultimate in comfort and safety for cruising the Adriatic. This deluxe superior yacht-like cruiser is 45 meters in length and 8.4 meters wide which allows her to navigate those narrow waterways, reach almost to the centre of centuries-old cities and anchor at secluded islets. Passengers can expect plenty of luxuries too, from the rooftop Jacuzzi to the elegant dining room where delicious half-board meals are served.

MV Katarina Overview

MV Katarina was built for the 2019 cruising season, design to provide an intimate experience whilst enjoying the many delights of Croatia. She’s 45 meters long and 8.4 meters wide and accommodates up to 38 guests who are all made to feel like VIPs from the start to finish. Elegantly designed, the ship has a bright, airy and spacious feel, a wide range of luxurious facilities that include a rooftop Jacuzzi, and a dedicated, friendly crew providing impeccable service.


There are 19 modern cabins, all with private facilities, including 11 cabins on the main deck that have two large windows for enjoying the magnificent passing views from the comfort of your accommodation. Cabins on the lower deck contain two portholes for gazing out at the endless expanse of the glistening Adriatic. All feature the latest safety gear, including lifejackets, along with satellite TVs, wardrobes, safes, desks and chairs, and ample space under beds for storing luggage.

Facilities & Public Areas

The MV Katarina was built with every passenger in mind to ensure the ultimate in relaxation and enjoyment. She includes multiple indoor and outdoor public spaces, like the covered outdoor lounge area with sofas and the bar area in the restaurant that has a big-screen satellite TV. On the top deck, there’s a huge sun terrace with enough luxurious daybeds for every passenger, and an enticing Jacuzzi for soaking whilst surrounded by dazzling coast, island and sea views.


Dining is sure to be unforgettable both onboard and off. The ship has its own talented chef who prepared delicious, fresh meals using local produce, including a breakfast buffet and three-course set lunches. The lavish Captain’s Dinner is always a hit, but you’ll appreciate the opportunity to sample Dalmatian fare for dinner in local, traditional restaurants too. At the bar, order beer, wine, spirits or soft drinks which are available for purchase with the tab paid at the end of the cruise.

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