The long awaited ferry service will operate between White Bay, Circular Quay and Darling Harbour every 20 minutes from 7.30am until 2.30pm. The ferry will operate on all days that cruise ships arrive and depart from White Bay Cruise Terminal.
Ferries will operate between White Bay and Circular Quay in the morning and between White Bay and Darling Harbour in the afternoon. Ferry transfers operate between Circular Quay and Darling Harbour for those wishing to connect to the White Bay service.
The new direct ferry service will provide a quick and efficient transfer to and from the city for all cruise ship passengers and crew.
According to Anthony Haworth, General Manager of Captain Cook Cruises, “We are very excited to commence ferry services between White Bay and the City on Friday, 27 November 2015 and I’d like to thank the State Government and Balmain locals for their on-going support.”
The ferry service has been made possible by the construction of Sydney’s first mobile passenger wharf by Captain Cook Cruises. The White Bay Captain Cook Wharf will be located directly adjacent to the White Bay Cruise Terminal.
“The cruise ship market has been crying out for this ferry service for a long time. The service will make transport to and from White Bay Cruise Terminal both more pleasurable and more accessible for interstate, international and local passengers.” added Anthony Haworth
The White Bay Cruise Terminal City Ferry is priced at $9 one way, per person. Ferries will operate between White Bay and Circular Quay in the morning and between White Bay and Darling Harbour in the afternoon.
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.