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Fullers360 has welcomed the government’s move to improve residency pathways for skippers and deck hands under the transport sector agreement.
Fullers360 is urging people travelling to and from Waiheke Island over the Easter break to plan ahead and travel during off peak times.
Fullers360 is reducing fares from Auckland to Waiheke Island during off-peak hours, in a move its chief executive says will make a positive difference to passengers, tourism operators and Waiheke Island business owners.
Auckland Transport and the region’s bus, train and ferry operators are putting on the city’s first ever Public Transport Careers Day on Saturday.
The leftover food from the ferry operator’s onboard cafés will go to people in need around Auckland.
Auckland ferry operator Fullers360 says it is short 60 positions to run its optimal summer schedule.
Visitors and residents on Waiheke Island will benefit from cheaper ferry fares as the AT HOP Monthly Pass comes into effect from 1 September.
Auckland ferry services to Devonport and Waiheke Island are now using Auckland Transport’s AT HOP Card following their successful integration into the public transport network.
Staff shortages have caused Fullers360 to cancel or delay a number of its services at short notice and the company is warning customers to expect disruption.
Fullers360’s Auckland business has been secured through a deal with Auckland Transport – and the future of ferry transport is green, says its chief executive.
Commuter and scenic ferry operator Fullers360 is increasing fares across its Waiheke Island, Rangitoto Island, Rotoroa Island and Coromandel services.
Fullers360 has made temporary changes to its Devonnport, Bayswater and Birkenhead ferry timetables due to staff shortages caused by Covid-19.
Fullers360 is to provide free tampons and pads for customers and staff in a tie up with social enterprise Dignity NZ.
Fullers360 will welcome non-resident travellers to Waiheke Island from today as the traffic light Covid-19 Protection Framework begins.
Fullers360 is offering free travel from Devonport to Auckland on its first 5am sailing to get passengers across for the ANZAC memorial service on Sunday 25 April.
Fullers360 is rolling out an additional peak weekday return sailing from Auckland to Waiheke Island to cater for demand.
Drop mitigated by Kiwi tourists exploring Hauraki Gulf more.
An application by Fullers Group to operate guided tours on Rangitoto and Motutapu islands in the Hauraki Gulf should have been declined/
Fullers360 is launching a set of new products and services, specifically tailored to the local domestic market.
Fullers360 has brought back 30-minute off-peak sailings on its Devonport route in a bid to help ease travel challenges caused by the damage to Auckland’s Harbour Bridge.
The skipper of Auckland-based Fullers Group ferry, Torea, has been fined $2500 for colliding with a lit navigation buoy in the Waitematā Harbour.
Fullers GreatSights will restart its Hole in the Rock cruises in the Bay of Islands this long weekend.
Fullers has introduced an alternative timetable to support those who need essential.
Fullers360 ferry services wants Covid-19 self-isolating passengers to identity themselves, requesting they do not queue or board vessels.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff says the recent Fullers ferry cancellations in Auckland are “unacceptable”.
Fullers360 will introduce summer season pricing on its Waiheke, Motutapu and Rangitoto ferry routes.
The group has re-branded under the single banner of Fullers360 Experiences and Cruises.
The sale of the two coach services came after eight months of effort trying to integrate them into Fullers, says Mike Horne.
Fullers is selling its ManaBus and Nakedbus coach operations to concentrate on its ferry services.
Mike Horne has been appointed chief executive of Fullers Group signalling a shift in strategy for the cruise, ferry and coach operator.
Fullers is introducing a new vessel, Capricornian Surfer, dedicated to Devonport to cope with tourism demand.
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