Basic information on shipping companies, members of Mare Nostrum

Atlantska plovidba d.d., Dubrovnik

Atlantska plovidba is an esteemed, and by global criteria, well-established company that is continuing the centuries long Dubrovnik maritime tradition. The company has been operating since 1955. Its basic activities are related to the bulk cargo transport but it had also success in tourism sector. The policy of Atlantska plovidba d.d. is to maintain an independent position in the markets for bulk and heavy cargo and to consistently meet and satisfy the needs and expectations of domestic and international clients. This is achieved by high management standards with a particular emphasis on the maritime security.


As of 31 December 2017, the company operates 13 bulk carriers, total tonnage: 446,065 GT and 784,686 DWT.


Atlantska plovidba d.d., Dubrovnik
Dr. Ante Starčevića 24, 20000 Dubrovnik

Tel: +385 (0)20 352 333
Fax:+385 (0)20 356 148

Capt. Pero Kulaš,,  President of the Board


Brodospas d.d., Split

The company was founded in 1947 with main goal of supplying safe sea passages, cleaning of the shipping lanes, ports and the shipyards. As a professional rescue service on the eastern side of the Adriatic, Brodospas has performed many rescue and salvage tasks, including the removal of wrecks and raising of sunken ships in the Adriatic and the Mediterranean.

The basic activity of the company is to provide maritime-technical services, such as towing, maintenance of drilling platforms, handling platforms’ anchors at offshore oil and gas sites, the transport of people and cargo, and the supply of offshore oil and gas installations.

As of 31 December 2017, the company operates 3 platform suppliers, 9 tugs, 2 barges and 2 crew boats; total tonnage: 11,464 GT and 11,312 DWT.


Brodospas d.d., Split
Obala Lazareta 1, 21000 Split

Tel: +385 (0)21 405 111
Fax:+385 (0)21 344 368

capt. Mladen Brodarić, Managing Director


Brodosplit- Plovidba d.o.o., Split

The company was founded in 2013.
This member currently does not have any ships.

As of 31 December 2017, the company operates 1 commercial yacht; total tonnage: 1,212 and 232 DWT.


Brodosplit- Plovidba d.o.o., Split
Put Supavla 21, 21000 Split

Tel: +385 (0)21 392 202
Fax:+385 (0)21 382 648

Toni Klarić, Member of the Board


Jadranski pomorski servis d.d., Rijeka

Jadranski pomorski servis d.d. began operations in 1956 as OOUR Plovni objekti - part of the Port of Rijeka. In 1989, the name was changed to the current one after which became a joint stock company in 1994. The basic activity of the company is to provide towing services, salvage services, lifting heavy freight with a pontoon crane, the transport of petroleum and petroleum derivatives and ecological protection of the sea. As a marine salvage company, it is an important factor for secure navigation in the northern Adriatic. Its most frequent interventions are the floating of grounded ships, extinguishing fires aboard ships and towing disabled ships to the port.

As of 31 December 2017, the company operates 12 tugs, 3 barges, and 1 pontoon crane; total tonnage: 5,327 GT and 3,178 DWT.


Jadranski pomorski servis d.d., Rijeka
G. Verdija 19, 51000 Rijeka

Tel: +385 (0)51 355 000
Fax:+385 (0)51 313 161

Paolo Visco, Director


Jadrolinija, Rijeka

Jadrolinija was founded on 20 January 1947 in Rijeka as the successor to various associations of small coastal shipowners dating back to 1872, giving it a passenger ship tradition of more than 100 years. Its basic activity is regular maritime transportation of passengers and cargo, connecting the islands with the mainland, and maintaining coastal and international lines.

The largest national passenger line, Jadrolinija Rijeka has a fleet of 50 ships, 37 of which are ferries, 4 passenger ships and 9 catamarans; total tonnage:  114,025 GT.

Jadrolinija, Rijeka
Riva 16, 51000 Rijeka

Tel: +385 (0)51 666 111
Fax:+385 (0)51 213 116

David Sopta,, President of the Board


Jadroplov d.d., Split


The company was founded on 20 January 1947 as Jadranska slobodna plovidba, with its headquarters in Rijeka. The headquarters was moved to Split in 1956, when the company began longer cruises in addition to operating in the Adriatic Sea. The basic activity of the company is international maritime transport of goods.

As of 31 December 2017, the company operates 6 bulk carriers; total tonnage: 168,402 GT and  292,933 DWT.



Jadroplov d.d., Split
Obala kneza Branimira 16, 21000 Split

Tel: +385 (0)21 302 777
Fax:+385 (0)21 398 380

Branimir Kovačić,, President of the Board  


Rapska plovidba d.d., Rab

The company was founded in 1963. Its basic activity is regular transportation of passengers and cargo. It maintains national lines between Stinica-Mišnjak with four ferries and Rab-Lun (island of Pag) with the small ship Maslina.

As of 31 December 2017, the company operates 4 ferries and 1 small ship; total tonnage: 2,128 GT.


Rapska plovidba d.d., Rab
Hrvatskih branitelja Domovinskog rata 1/2, 51280 Rab

Tel: +385 (0)51 724 122
Fax:+385 (0)51 724 018

Dragan Andrić, dipl.oecc., Managing Director


Tankerska plovidba d.d., Zadar

The company was founded in 1955, when the ships for the transport of liquid cargo were set aside from Jugolinija Rijeka and a specialized company for the transport of liquid cargo was established, which became today's Tankerska plovidba. Today, the basic activity of the company is still the transport of liquid cargo by sea, but the company also operates ships for the transport of bulk cargo. It is managed with the following goals: a long-term perspective, stability, quality, respect for business partners, providing care for its employees, long-term investment and environmental care.

As of 31 December 2017, the company operates 7 bulk carriers, 9 crude carriers and 2 product carriers; total tonnage: 658,070 GT and 1,144,337 DWT.


Tankerska plovidba d.d, Zadar
B. Petranovića 4, 23000 Zadar

Tel: +385 (0)23 202 375
Fax:+385 (0)23 211 133

Mario Pavić,,  President of the Board


Uljanik Plovidba d.d., Pula

Uljanik Plovidba is a joint stock company founded in Pula in 1986 as part of the Uljanik Shipyard Group. After privatization in 1998, it left the Uljanik Group and became an independent company, keeping its original name as proof of it strong maritime tradition in the Istria region. In 2003, its shares were included in the stock market and are today quoted on the Official Market of the Zagreb Stock Exchange, the highest rated quotation in which stock can be included. The ownership structure is comprised of 4,200 exclusively private shareholders, primarily Croatian residents. The basic activity of the company is international maritime transport of bulk cargo and petroleum products and chemicals by modern, high quality ships manned by Croatian seamen. The company aspires to be a modern and stable firm directed by its method of management and orientation to the global market, taking care about its employees, safely satisfying the demands of the market, clients and international ecological standards, while also maximizing the values of the company.

As of 31 December 2017, the company operates 5 bulk carriers and 3 product carriers; total tonnage: 243,480 GT and 419,374 DWT.


Uljanik Plovidba d.d., Pula
Carrarina 6, 52000 Pula

Tel: +385 (0)52 211 544
Fax:+385 (0)52 211 339

Dragutin Pavletić, Managing Director


Associate member of the association:

Croatian Register of Shipping (CRS)

Croatian register of shipping is an independent, non-profit public institution for the classification of ships, statuary certification of ships, maritime equipment, pleasure crafts and the certification of systems for quality management. HRB is a member of IACS and EU-recognized organization.

Croatian Register of Shipping (CRS)
Marasovićeva 67, 21000 Split

Tel: +385 (0)21 408 111
Fax:+385 (0)21 358 159

Damir Roje,, Director

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ECSA welcomes the signature of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA)

The EU and Japan yesterday signed the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement during the 25th EU-Japan summit in Tokyo. The European Shipowners welcome the signing of a highly ambitious trade agreement between two of the world's largest economies.


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The ECSA secretariat met with ENVI Director Mr. Sadauskas and two of his staff members to discuss the latest state of play of the ship recycling dossier. ECSA presented its paper of estimates on the recycling capacity needed for EU shipowners.


IBIA Pointers for Problem Fuels: What Should Ship Owners Do?

A significant number of ships have experienced serious operational problems – chiefly sticking/seizing fuel pumps and in some cases filter blockages – after lifting bunker fuels from the US Gulf region since late March and during April/May. Most cases have reportedly been caused by intermediate fuel oils (IFOs) bunkered in the Houston area, though there are indications that similar problems have been caused by fuels bunkered in Panama.



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  • Avenija V. Holjevca 20, 10020 Zagreb
  • + 385 (0)1 6525-370
  • + 385 (0)1 6525-371
  • Žiro racun: 2340009- 1100202761
  • IBAN: HR10 2340 0091 1002 0276 1
  • OIB: 32333984326