Step into the future

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Design is a significant step forward in passenger transport, where emphasis is placed on passenger transport, and the shape and functionality of the ship is mapped from land models of passenger transport (subway, bus). In this way, the ship has been given a compact shape, great use of the deck area, in the function of fast passenger transportation.

The fast transport of passengers is not based solely on the high speed of sailing, but is reflected throughout the journey time. From the moment of boarding, check-ins, and disembarking from the ship, everything is optimized for time travel with a view to shortening the journey time.
Small draft makes it easy to get in at the smallest ports, and docking with the bow is a shorter stay in the harbor. The aft stern ramp enables the boarding in difficult weather conditions.


For the versatile usage, passenger space is designed as multipurpose with 4 basic layouts:


94 passengers. Designed for the city “hop-on” lines, or for the regular island lines.


80 passengers. Designed for the more comfort travelling, either for exclusive lines or for the special events.


70 passengers. Designed for the charter lines, destination transfer of passengers traveling with more luggage.


68 passengers. Designed for the special events, where atmosphere is more important that travelling itself.

Enjoy the silence

babyCat is a composite catamaran designed for short excursion lines, urban passenger transport and various tourist activities.

Step in to the future

iCat is a technologically superior catamaran created by the collaboration of iCat, the University of Zagreb, Končar Institute and other associates..

Tender boat

tCat-750 is an excellent tender boat for large passenger ships, with a great potential for a quick tourist transfer to nearby beaches or other guests transfers.


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