Wellington ferries provide public transport between islands in New Zealand, and can transport passengers, freight and vehicles. Wellington water taxis provide public transport in most urban environments around the country. Ferries and water taxis make most places non accessible to a vehicle, available for you to enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
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The three-hour, 92-kilometre journey between Wellington and Picton is one of New Zealand's most iconic tourist experiences and acknowledged as one of the most spectacular cruises in the world. Up to 11 crossings a day, carrying both passengers and vehicles. Comfort, friendly hospitality and service with Wi-Fi, cinemas, premium lounges, children's playgrounds, en suite cabins and much more on board.
Experience a taste of warm 'Kiwi' hospitality when you cruise Cook Strait with the proudly New Zealand owned Bluebridge service. With stunning scenery, friendly service, free big screen movies and a choice of up to four return sailings a day (except Christmas Day) between downtown Wellington and Picton—there's no better way for you and your vehicle to cross Cook Strait.
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