Big Marlin
Meet Big Marlin
Big Marlin is a completely different semisubmarine from any you have seen so far. It is an original product and a unique vessel in the Adriatic and wider. It stands out with its size and comfort; underwater windows are extremely large, and even seats are adjustable to your needs. Big Marlin is air-conditioned, it offers wifi hotspot and there are drinks and souvenirs available for purchase. We thought of everything, only thing you have to do is to relax and enjoy the ride.
Big Marlin
Tour in Big Marlin lasts 45 minutes. Ship departs from the port in Krk, and it is tied to the waterfront in front of the town hotel Marina. In the beginning of the tour, we recommend to all our guests to stay on the deck and enjoy the view of the town Krk from the seafront since it takes us a couple of minutes to get to the destination of underwater excursion. First part of the excursion begins at the bay locals like to call Redagara where our crew feeds the fish that are already used to our arrival and are impatiently expecting us. After you meet all kinds of salema, dentex, black tail sea breams and other fish, we will continue the tour towards the underwater park where we will spend the rest of our underwater excursion. We will finish the tour by returning to the port with a beautiful panoramic view of the town stone walls.



Driving with Big Marlin lasts 45 min.


We encourage our guests to reserve their seat on Big Marlin via online booking. Make sure your places are booked now, and pay the tour on spot, right before the tour.


Spacious underwater cabin

Our underwater cabin has comfortable adjustable seats for 34 persons. Area is air-conditioned, and 80% of total surface is glazed.

Underwater park

Tour on Big Marlin includes the sightseeing of the underwater park that counts replicas of roman amphorae, autochthonous Krk’s boat, wooden treasure chest, stone cannon, statues of octopus and ray, as well as the saint Kvirin – the protector of Krk.

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Panorama of Krk town

Enjoy the views of Krk’s port, stone walls, cathedral and panorama of Mediterranean landscape from the deck of Big Marlin.