Waiheke timetables & fares

Check our sailing timetable to Waiheke and find the fare that’s right for you

Please note: The new location of our Wynyard Wharf terminal is now one street over at 56 Hamer Street. See map below for location details. 

Please view our Half Moon Bay timetable for our 'essential services and freight' sailings over the Alert Level 4 period.

DEPARTING HAMER STREET

(24 - 26 April 2020)

Auckland City to Kennedy Point, Waiheke

Mon - Fri

Sat - Sun

6:50 AM DG  8:30 AM
10:40 AM  11:00 AM  
2:15 PM  1:30 PM  

7:30 PM  (Friday Only)

1:50 PM  (Sunday Only)
  4:15 PM  
  5:00 PM  (Sunday Only)

DGDangerous Goods (Limited spaces available, bookings essential)

🕓 Travel times are approximately 60 - 80 minutes. Journey length may vary due to tides & ferry availability. 
Check-in 30 minutes prior to departure. We cannot guarantee arrival times.

 

DEPARTING HAMER STREET

(27 Apr - 5 July 2020)

Auckland City to Kennedy Point, Waiheke

Mon - Fri

Sat - Sun

6:50 AM DG  10:00 AM
10:30 AM  12:45 PM  
2:15 PM  4:00 PM  

DGDangerous Goods (Limited spaces available, bookings essential)

🕓 Travel times are approximately 60 - 80 minutes. Journey length may vary due to tides & ferry availability. 
Check-in 30 minutes prior to departure. We cannot guarantee arrival times.

 

Fares

One Way

Return

Adults~

Pricing Available Online Pricing Available Online

Student / Senior #

Pricing Available Online Pricing Available Online

Child (5-15 years) *

Pricing Available Online Pricing Available Online
Car only - up to 5.5m + Pricing Available Online Pricing Available Online
Motorcycle only $39.00 $78.00
Quadbike only $51.50 $103.00
Gold AT Hop Cardholder ** 

Travel free**    

View restrictions

Travel free**    

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Unaccompanied vehicle (loading & unloading fee) - Off Peak (February - November) $32.50 -
Unaccompanied vehicle (loading & unloading fee) - Peak (December, January & Public holidays) $54.00 -
Trucks, trailers, caravans, motorhomes (length, weight and height) may be required POA POA

 

Fare Conditions

* Children 5-15 yrs. Infants 0-4 yrs travel free.

** SuperGold Cardholders must obtain a Gold AT HOP card to access free of charge travel (not including vehicle). See AT.govt.nz/athop 

~Changes are permitted up to one hour prior to your sailing time. A change fee of $20 will be charged if you change to a car fare booking or $5 if you just change a passenger fare. You’ll also need to pay the fare differences if you change to more expensive fares.

# To obtain these discounts identification must be shown. Students require appropriate student identification. Seniors fares are valid for those 65 years and over.

+ Vehicle prices do not include the driver. Please call 0800 SEALINK (0800 732 546) to obtain prices for trucks (4.5m or longer with a carrying capacity of 1 tonne +), trailers, caravans, buses, and campervans longer than 7m.

Fares are subject to change without notice. All prices include GST. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Diners, Flexipay and EFTPOS and we do not accept cheques.

Unaccompanied vehicles or trailers can only travel on certain sailings and by prior arrangement, please ask the consultants for details.

 

Multi-Trip Passes (All Multi-Trip passes are valid for 12 months from issue date)

Pass Price

Adult 10-trip pass - max 3 clips $166.00
Adult 30-trip pass - max 3 clips $420.00
Adult monthly pass $375.00
Child 10-trip pass - max 3 clips* $83.00
Child 30-trip pass - max 3 clips* $242.00
Child monthly pass* $232.00
Student / Senior 10-trip pass - max 3 clips# $96.50
Car 10-trip pass $772.50
Motorcycle & rider 10-trip pass $463.50
Motorcycle / scooter & rider monthly pass $662.00

Fare Conditions

* Children 5-15 yrs. Infants 0-4 yrs travel free.

# To obtain these discounts identification must be shown. Students require appropriate student identification. Seniors fares are valid for those 65 years and over.

+ Vehicle prices do not include the driver. Please call 0800 SEALINK (0800 732546) to obtain prices for trucks (4.5m or longer with a carrying capacity of 1 tonne +), trailers, caravans, buses, and campervans longer than 7m.

Fares are subject to change without notice. All prices include GST. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Diners, Flexipay and EFTPOS and we do not accept cheques.

Hamer Street

56 Hamer Street, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland

Terminal facilities - TBC

Ferry terminal ticket office and waiting area Ticket office and waiting area
Wheelchair accessible Wheelchair accessible
Toilets available on site Toilets (nearby)
Baggage trolleys to load ferry Baggage trolleys
Public transport nearby Public transport nearby

Further Terminal Information

Half Moon Bay

36 Ara Tai Drive, East Auckland

Terminal facilities

Ferry terminal ticket office and waiting area Ticket office and waiting area
Wheelchair accessible Wheelchair accessible
Toilets available on site Toilets
Bike racks available Bike racks
First Aid kits First Aid kits
Public transport nearby Public transport nearby

Further Terminal Information

Kennedy Point

Donald Bruce Road, Waiheke Island

Terminal facilities

Ferry terminal ticket office and waiting area Ticket office and waiting area
Wheelchair accessible Wheelchair accessible
Toilets available on site Toilets
Baggage trolleys to load ferry Baggage trolley
First Aid kits First Aid kits
Coffee cart Coffee cart

Further Terminal Information

Here at SeaLink we operate a Zero Harm policy throughout the company to ensure our passengers, crew, team and customers are all safe. 

For this reason, when travelling with dangerous goods we rely on goods being correctly identified, packaged, handled and documented for safe carriage. All fuels must travel in an approved fuel container.

To ensure your own personal safety, we request that if you are travelling with dangerous goods that you check the dangerous goods list.  If you are still unsure either refer to our Dangerous Goods onboard SeaLink vessels or contact us for further assistance.

Please note: Passengers are required to vacate the vehicle deck on all DG sailings

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Dangerous Goods image

Travel alerts

Further changes to the Waiheke Timetable

From tomorrow, April 2nd till April 23rd, the Half Moon Bay to Waiheke tometable has been changed. 

From HMB to KP

Mon-Fri: 6AM, 9AM, 12PM (Tuesday and Friday only), 5PM
Sat-Sun: 6AM, 3PM

From KP to HMB

Mon-Fri: 7.30AM, 10.30AM, 1.30PM (Tuesday and Friday only), 6.30PM
Sat-Sun: 7.30AM, 4.30PM

View our timetables page here for more detail. 

-The SeaLink Team

Updated:01 April 2020
Our call centre hours have changed

Our call centre will now be available between the following times till further notice:

Monday - Friday -  7.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays -  7.30am to 5.00pm

-The SeaLink Team

Updated:31 March 2020
COVID-19 (coronavirus) - Information for our travellers

As we enter into Alert Level 4 for COVID-19 please note that effective today, Thursday 26 March, and encompassing the entire Lockdown Period of Alert Level 4, all of SeaLink’s timetables will be reduced and limited to providing essential services access only to and from Waiheke Island, Great Barrier Island and Pine Harbour respectively.

For Waiheke and Great Barrier Island services, we will be accepting essential services and freight vehicles only, no foot passengers or unaccompanied vehicles. All vehicle occupants will be required to remain in their vehicles for the duration of their voyage.

Please review our new timetables at the below links:

Half Moon Bay to Kennedy Point, Waiheke and return.
Hamer Street to Tryphena, Great Barrier Island and return.
Pine Harbour to Auckland Central and return.

If you have already booked between the 26th March and 23rd April, you will be contacted by our team over the next week or so as these bookings will need to be cancelled. 

Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact our call centre on 0800 732 546.

For full details and information on how SeaLink is implementing precautionary measures and procedures please see our latest press release here.

Thanking you in advance again for your understanding and cooperation.

-The SeaLink Team

Updated:26 March 2020