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Following the effects of more rainfall overnight, reduced timetables for services will remain in place on Thursday, 2 February.

Reduced timetables will be extended to remain in place tomorrow, Thursday 2 February. Debris in the water still poses a hazard for us and unlike roads and rail lines this debris can’t easily be moved - we’re reliant on tide movements. This means we need to reduce speeds on the water at times to navigate safely.

Rest assured we are doing everything we can, and working closely with Auckland Transport, to continue to safely provide services while managing challenging conditions on the water.

Rangitoto and Rotoroa Island remain on hold
Rangitoto Island and Rotoroa Island services are currently on hold and are due to resume once the State of Emergency in Auckland is lifted. However, with a good and stable weather forecast predicted for the weekend ahead, we may decide to reinstate these services earlier if it is safe to do so. We will make this decision tomorrow. 

Reduced timetable reminder

The following changes will continue to be in place on Thursday, 2 February and may be extended if necessary.

  • Waiheke Island timetable changes:

    • From AKL: 6am, 7:15am, 8:15am, 9am then hourly until 7:15pm then usual timetable applies.

    • From Waiheke: 6am, 7am, 8am, 9am, 10am then hourly until 7pm then usual timetable applies.

  • Devonport timetable changes:

    • From AKL: 5:45am, 6.45am, 7.45am, 8.45am, 10am then hourly for rest of the day.

    • From Devonport: 6am, 7am, 8am, 9am, 10:15am then hourly for the rest of the day.

  • Hobsonville Point, Half Moon Bay and Birkenhead/Bayswater will operate on weekend timetables.

  • Gulf Harbour services are cancelled, diverting to alternative transport for the remainder of the week.

  • Rangitoto Island and Rotoroa Island services are cancelled until the State of Emergency in Auckland is lifted.

You can keep up to date with any service changes online at and on the MyFerry app.

Thank you for your patience while we work through these challenging conditions.