Parrabah was formally welcomed to the SeaLink Bruny Island fleet at an official naming and traditional smoking ceremony at Kettering.
Tasmanian’s can catch a glimpse of SeaLink’s brand new ferry built locally by Richardson Devine Marine as it undergoes sea trials on Hobart’s River Derwent, before heading into service next month for Bruny Island.
At SeaLink Travel Group we follow the advice of the health authorities and the Federal and State governments when making decisions about our vessels, cruises, tours, accommodation and operations.
The first of two new vessels for the community of Bruny Island will be built by Richardson Devine Marine (RDM) in Tasmania. SeaLink has built seven vessels in Tasmania since 2013, including passenger ferries for Sydney Harbour and the Northern Territory. All of these ferries have been built by RDM.
The SeaLink Travel Group Limited (SeaLink) will commence services on the Bruny Island ferry route from Sunday 23 September 2018, introducing a new timetable, new ferries and new visitor fares.