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Pier 3 to Pine Harbour
*Single trip tertiary fare only available using AT HOP card loaded with tertiary concession.
~ Buying a monthly pass: The monthly pass price does not include the $10 one-off purchase price of an AT HOP card. Purchase price is non-refundable. AT HOP monthly passes can be purchased online or from ticket offices, AT HOP retailers and AT HOP ticket machines. There are no refunds for activated AT HOP monthly passes. Only one monthly pass of the same type can be loaded on your card at a time. A second monthly pass can be loaded once the first monthly pass has been activated.
You can travel for free on SeaLink's scheduled services Monday-Friday from 9.00am weekdays until the last sailing of the day. For travel commencing before 9.00am the full adult fare applies. You will need to 'tag on and tag off' with your AT HOP card. AT 'tag on, tag off' machines are located at the top of the ferry ramp at Pine Harbour and at Pier 1C.
Purchase an AT HOP card from one of the following locations:
Baggage other than “Cabin Baggage” may be charged for.
The obligations of Auckland Transport under the AT HOP cards are unsecured.
Currently there are no online bookings for individual travel. AT HOP cards can be purchased as above or alternatively you can pay a crew member prior to boarding the ferry.
For large group bookings we ask that you call our Customer Service Team on (09) 300 5900 or 0800 SEALINK (0800 732 546) to let us know of your intended travel times, this helps us arrange the correct size ferry. All passengers must have a ticket to be able to board the ferry.
For additional information:
If you are travelling to or from Pine Harbour and the City you will need to head down to the wharf 10-15 minutes prior to the scheduled sailing time to get in the queue. Tickets can be purchased onboard and payment can be via cash, EFTPOS and credit card. All passengers must have a ticket to be able to board the ferry.
If you have a group wanting to travel we recommend you call our Customer Service Team on (09) 300 5900 or 0800 SEALINK (0800 732 546) ahead of the day so we can ensure we have scheduled a ferry of the correct size to carry all passengers.
Great Barrier sailing Friday 22nd October is cancelled due to unfavourable weather and will be reschedule to the following:
Saturday 23rd October:
8am ex Hamer St to Tryphena (Island Navigator)
3pm ex Tryphena to Hamer St (Island Navigator)
*Freight will now be delivered on Saturday 23rd October sailing.
Please note that while Auckland is in Alert Level 3, travel for permitted reasons is allowed as per the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Alert Level Requirements) Order (No 12) 2021. You can read about permissions for essential personal movement within the Alert Level 3 area here.
For more details on travelling with SeaLink during lockdown, please see our COVID-19 information portal.
The SeaLink Team
When at Alert Level 3, travel on our ferries is allowed for permitted reasons.
Where you are travelling with a vehicle, we ask that you and your passengers remain in your vehicles whilst at our terminals and on our ferries.
At Alert Level 3, we will be allowing foot passenger travel but please note that due to social distancing, passenger numbers are very limited. To avoid missing out we recommend that you book in advance.
We ask that you wear a mask / face covering at all times at our terminals and on our vessels. If you have a mask exemption, please consider travelling in a vehicle rather than as a foot passenger and that you may be asked to show an Exemption Card.
Please note, for the safety and security of both staff and passengers, we are no longer accepting cash payments onboard or at our terminals and the cafes/bars on board all vessels are closed.
You can see our full COVID-19 terms & conditions here.
-The SeaLink Team