SeaLink to commence the first ever fish market ferry service


SeaLink Travel Group has added the fish market ferry service to their itinerary for the first time. The announcement of commencing the service from March 24, 2018, came on March 12.

SeaLink will operate the service initially on weekends. The ship will make trips between King Street Wharf one Barangaroo and Sydney Fish Market at every 30 minutes between 9:00am and 5:00pm. It will operate on the Good Friday and Easter Monday too during the Easter period.

The service will cost $9 per head one way and $15 for a return trip.

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The General Manager of Captain Cook Cruises, Anthony Haworth, said that the new service was a response to the huge passenger demand. He also expressed his excitement over commencing their first ever fish market ferry service.

Almost 3 million people visit the Sydney Fish Market per year and more than half of them arrive there by car. Mr Haworth hoped that the quick ferry service would cut the traffic in and around Sydney city.

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Bryan Skepper, the General Manager of Sydney Fish Market, sounded happy as their demand for a ferry service to the fish market had been met. He hoped that the visitors would enjoy this new travel option, which is scenic as well as convenient.

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