UberBOAT Proves That Croatia’s High Seas Is Summer’s IT Destination


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Uber has been under a lot of fire lately, especially with the resignation of founder Travis Kalanik. Its latest transportation service, however, already looks like a win. targeting those looking for the perfect European getaway in total style.

UberBOAT launched on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast and is set to start cruisin’ from June 26. The speedboat service will be on-demand through the app, catering explorers in Split, Hvar and Dubrovnik.

There will be two services, an airport transfer from Split or Divulje airport to Hvaror at €352 for a 8-person boat, or €493 for the XL version of maximum 12 people. A captain will be waiting at the arrival, offering lifejackets and bottled water.

The other service is a half-day or full-day adventure from Split, Hvar and Dubrovnic set to voyage through nearby islands. You can hire the boat for a desired number of hours and select your own itinerary. A full-day trip for a standard boat is expected to start from €980.

Davor Tremac, General Manager of Uber in Croatia and Southeast Europe, said:

UberBOAT will offer locals and tourists a new way of exploring and traveling around the Croatian coast by providing a unique yet reliable and straightforward adventure to the islands around Split, Hvar and Dubrovnik. We are confident that the service will greatly increase on-demand island travel while contributing the the overall growth of Croatian tourism.

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