Captain Cook Cruises White Bay Cruise Terminal City Ferry has proven to be a huge success with over 1000 cruise ship passengers having travelled or booked in the first week. From Monday 7th December direct services will operate every 20 minutes between Wharf 6 Circular Quay and White Bay.
The White Bay to Circular Quay charter ferry service operate on all days that cruise ships are scheduled to arrive and depart from White Bay Cruise Terminal to meet cruise passenger boarding and disembarking requirements.
According to Anthony Haworth, General Manager, Captain Cook Cruises, “we are delighted at the high volume of cruise passengers and staff using our White Bay Cruise Terminal ferry into the city and from the city to White Bay. This really was a long awaited and much needed ferry service and we are happy that it is a huge success during the first week of operations.”
“Our customer is our main priority and it quickly became clear to us that the majority of passengers using the White Bay Ferry service wanted to embark and disembark at Circular Quay, rather than Darling Harbour, so we have adjusted the routes and timetables accordingly.” Mr. Haworth said.
From mid-December the Captain Cook Cruises White Bay mobile wharf will be relocated closer to the White Bay Cruise terminal when port pedestrian facilities are completed.
The White Bay Cruise Terminal City Ferry is priced at $9 one way, per person and operates between White Bay and Circular Quay Wharf 6.Tickets are available for purchase online from www.captaincook.com.au, in person at Captain Cook Cruises ticket offices at Circular Quay, Darling Harbour and White Bay cruise terminal and through participating cruise lines.