Travel Alerts


Mechanical Issue on Seaway

Please be advised there are sudden delays with your Sealink sailing today departing at 6am (Seaway) HMB to KP Due to sudden mechanical difficulties. Our staff are working hard to get this sorted and our terminal crew will continue to keep you updated.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused

Sealink Team

Updated:23 September 2021
COVID-19 Alert Level 3 Update

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 and Seacat being out of service, 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

Updated:16 September 2021
Caution needed around Kennedy Point
To facilitate upcoming construction work happening at Kennedy Point Marina, there will be one lane closed on Donald Bruce Road. To assist with reducing volumes and congestion on the road as well as the associated health and safety risks in the area, all passenger and vehicle ticket sales should be booked at sealink.co.nz/book or by calling 09 300 5900.

Stand-by places cannot be guaranteed on any sailing during this time.

Foot passengers should be picked up and dropped off at the 24-hour carpark at the top of the hill and not at the terminal.
Updated:01 July 2021
Ferry check-in times

Waiheke Island & Great Barrier Island 

  • Check-in 30 minutes prior to departure to or from Waiheke Island
  • Check-in 60 minutes prior to departure to or from Great Barrier Island

Due to loading requirements, boarding will close 20 minutes prior to departure for vehicles and 15 minutes prior for foot passengers.

Please note: To get everyone loaded and ensure the ferry departs on time, we can’t guarantee passage if you’re running late.

- The SeaLink Team

Updated:20 November 2020
Terminal Safety

Please drive slowly when approaching our terminals and watch for pedestrians.

Thanks.

The SeaLink Team

Updated:03 January 2020
Keeping the Hauraki Gulf Pest Free

Remember to ensure your vehicles are clean before arriving at our terminals as heavily soiled vehicles and machinery may be turned away from our vessels due to fear of spreading Kauri Die Back Disease to the Hauraki Gulf Islands.

See here for more detail on SeaLink's Pest Free Warrant and how you can help keep our islands beautiful.

Updated:14 October 2019
Gold AT HOP card Waiheke Travel

Travelling to Waiheke Island as a foot passenger on your Gold AT HOP card from Half Moon Bay or Wynyard Quarter? Book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Please remember it is IMPORTANT that you 'tag on' when boarding and 'tag off' on arrival at your destination.

More information. Thanks in advance - The SeaLink Team

Updated:31 January 2018
Text Alert Service

Pine Harbour and Waiheke Island

We like to think we're the most reliable way to get you to wherever you're going. Sometimes conditions change and require last minute schedule or ferry changes. Don't miss the ferry because you missed the alert.

Sign up for our free text service and we'll contact you about timetable changes, delays or cancellations.

- The SeaLink Team

Updated:23 August 2017