Following the government’s announcement today, Monday, 13 September, Auckland will remain at alert level 4 until 11.59pm on Tuesday 21 September.
Fullers360 ferry services remain available to support essential travel only: essential workers, those accessing essential services, and travel to safe workplaces and education providers. To view the alert level 4 essential travel timetables, click here.
Remember, wearing a face mask or covering is mandatory on public transport for anyone aged over 12 years old. It’s now also mandatory to wear a face mask or covering inside ferry terminals, so please remember to keep it on when boarding, throughout your journey and as you disembark.
Please remember to scan in using the NZ COVID tracer app and keep an eye on our website and MyFerry travel alerts as we update information and work to make any required changes for alert level 4 essential service timetables.
Our crew are doing everything they can to ensure essential ferry travel remains available to Aucklanders during this time. Please continue to be kind and if you’re feeling unwell, please stay home.
For more information on essential travel during alert level 4 and COVID-19, please head to www.covid19.co.nz.