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The southern hemisphere’s first fully electric, high speed commuter ferry launches today in Wellington.
Fullers360 will welcome non-resident travellers to Waiheke Island from today as the traffic light Covid-19 Protection Framework begins.
Fullers360 will start sailings to the Hauraki Gulf conservation islands for recreational visitors from tomorrow, Friday 12 November.
The Wellington ferry firm has suddenly found itself a world leader in electric ferries.
Reduced ferry services across the Cook Strait is leaving supply chains vulnerable in the event of a crisis, says the Maritime Union of New Zealand.
Transport unions are asking whether the fuel type for the new inter-island ferries can be switched to a more environmentally-friendly option.
KiwiRail, CentrePort and Port Marlborough are seeking a single design partner for the delivery of two new ferry terminals.
The Department of Conservation is requesting proposals for a commercial ferry service to Tiritiri Matangi Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Wellington local ferry company East By West is set to launch New Zealand’s first electric passenger ferry on 9 September.
Seatoun Wharf in Wellington will close on 23 July or 12 months for repairs and upgrades.
Interislander passenger numbers for December and January were about 20% down on the same period the previous year, says KiwiRail.
KiwiRail plans to build a new ferry terminal at its current Kaiwharawhara terminal within four years to support its new Interislander ferries.
KiwiRail’s Kaitaki Interislander ferry will resume its ‘Bands on Board’ initiative for travelling musicians over summer.
Fullers360 will add an additional 86 services to and from Waiheke Island from Monday 19 October.
KiwiRail’s proposed new ferries will be able to carry almost 2000 passengers.
Lyttelton-based Black Cat Cruises has been awarded the contract for the Diamond Harbour ferry service for the next 12 years.
East By West Ferries operates the Wellington to Days Bay to Eastbourne ferry route and plans a new ferry service from central Wellington to the airport and Miramar Peninsula.
A passenger ferry service between Kawau Island and Auckland’s mainland will continue so residents can replenish supplies and access essential services.
KiwiRail’s Interislander ferries have moved around 650 essential transport, medical and export industry workers between the North and South Islands in the past fortnight.
The Otago Regional Council will open online consultation on a proposed 18-month trial of a public service water ferry on Lake Wakatipu.
Police in Picton say they are providing traffic management support at the ferry terminals in the town due to heavy congestion.
Go Orange’s Lake Wakatipu ferry service has been thrown a lifeline as the Otago Regional Council proposes adding a water ferry to Queenstown’s public transport network.
Auckland Transport has announced its annual fare changes which come into effect from 9 February 2020.
The government’s Draft New Zealand Rail Plan has proposed a new long-term funding framework for rail which would see Kiwirail’s network funding channelled through the National Land Transport Fund.
The Otago Regional Council is developing a business case for a water ferry on Lake Wakatipu, following news this week Go Orange will cease its public scheduled ferry services come the end of February 2020.
Fullers360 Experience & Cruises has increased its Waiheke Island ferry fares ahead of the start of the summer season.
Fullers360 has taken delivery of two new vessels to service its Waiheke Island and Devonport routes following a $15m investment.
Bluebridge is running limited servicxes after one of its ferries clipped its berth at Picton wharf attempting to dock.
Revenue from the operator’s Great Journeys of NZ business was up 8% in the second half of 2018.
The operator has launched ‘Gulf 2025’ to help cope with an expected surge in passenger numbers.
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has launched an inquiry into the running aground of a Fullers GreatSights vessel.
Scenic ferry trips to Jack’s Point and Kingston could be on the cards in the future following the launch of Queenstown’s first fixed-schedule ferry service by adventure tourism business Go Orange.
The rail and ferry operator says revenue from its tourism operations jumped 22%.