Sealink Ferry to great Barrier IslandFerry Sealink to Great Barrier Island
Dealink NZ - Ferry Booking, Schedules and Ticket Booking
Operating in the Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand, Sealink NZ travels to Waiheke and Great Barrier Island, just south of Auckland, the country's North Island city. Founded in 1960 as a private enterprise SubritzykyLine, the Sealink Group has changed hands and has been operating under the Sealink trademark since 2005.
Sealink NZ offers a comprehensive schedule to and from some of Auckland's most beloved off-shore destinations and operates over a dozen daily connections to Waiheke Island, mainly with the company's Seacat flag ship and the only year-round access to Great Barrier Island. The Seacat was specially designed for the Waiheke Island traverse, is equipped with high-quality security features and is completely in the striking Sealink-Rot.
Other ships in the Sealink NZ family are Seabridge, Seamaster, Island Navigator, Clipper II, III, IV, V and Seaway, the second most common ferry. Before you book your ferry tickets, check Sealink NZ schedules and fares to make sure you get the best deal for your ferry itinerary.
Flying my heaven
To make your trip to and from Great Barrier Island a diversion with Flying My Sky and SeaLink. Take a thirty-minute ride over the glistening Hauraki Gulf towards the magnificent Great Barrier Island.
Then, take a or two days (or more!) to explore at your own speed and do all the things you want to do, then take the Sealink ferry back to the shore. 15 kg - hand baggage is weighted and the deductible is calculated by the carrier. Departures can be modified, if the departures are modified to a bank holidays, the tariff must be converted to a bank holidays tariff.
Parcels are reimbursable up to 24 hrs before arrival. Part of the parcel can be returned either by the ferry or the carrier, less an administrative charge of $25.