From Monday, 11 April before the Easter long weekend, Fullers360 is pleased to announce increased frequency for Waiheke Island customers with the introduction of off-peak timetables.
This timetable change is the same as the off-peak timetable that was introduced in 2021 and will include the reintroduction of half hour frequency to and from the island on weekdays during key commuter peak times (between 7am and 9am), as well as the 5.30pm departing from Auckland and 3.30pm and 4.30pm Friday sailings.
Weekend scheduled sailings maintain an hourly frequency.
As always, where demand exceeds scheduled availability, we will endeavor to provide additional sailings dynamically as we’re able to do so.
The change to annual off-peak timetables for Waiheke Island comes after several weeks of COVID-19 impacts where Fullers360 has been impacted by staff sickness and isolation requirements.
Fullers360 has continued to provide services throughout a severely COVID-19 impacted environment and is pleased to see the number of impacted staff and crew has now reduced significantly to enable the to return to usual off-peak timetables to meet commuter and visitor demand.
On Monday, 11 April Fullers360 will also resume the Gulf Harbour 7.30am to downtown Auckland which has been operating as a replacement bus service since January.
Commuter and tourism routes
All other routes remain unchanged until further notice and continue to run on their usual timetables.
For more information on Fullers360 timetables please visit: fullers.co.nz/timetables-and-fares/.
Please remember to check the timetables and plan your journey before you travel and please remember to wear your face mask throughout your journey with us, they are mandatory on public transport.
See you on the water.