New Zealand moved back to the Red phase of the Traffic Light System at 11.59pm on Sunday, 23 January. Ferry services remain unchanged until further notice. On board cafes will be closed until further notice.
Please remember to wear your face mask in ferry terminals and on board, scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app, remain seated throughout your journey and be kind to our crew who are doing their best to sail safely.
From Monday, 10 January all Auckland Transport ferry services will return to full timetables. This includes sailings to Bayswater, Beach Haven, Birkenhead, Half Moon Bay, Hobsonville Point, Gulf Harbour and Te Onewa Northcote Point.
Seven Gulf Harbour and two Half Moon Bay services will move to alternative transport (bus) due to the sustained skills shortage. Six services for Waiheke are also impacted and will be suspended.
We sincerely apologise to our customers who may be impacted by suspended or alternative services.
To view up to date timetables, visit this link.
For more details on the skills shortages, please click here.
From Friday, 3 December visitor sailings to Waiheke Island will resume as the border lifts and New Zealand moves to the COVID-19 traffic light system.
In the Red phase of the Traffic Light System passengers over 12 years old may be required to present a vaccine pass, vaccine exemption or a negative COVID-19 test before visiting Waiheke Island. To find out more about vaccine passes and our services click here.