The West AustralianCamera IconAn artists impression of what Rottnest Fast Ferries new Harbour master ferry will look like after its refit. Credit: SuppliedShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link
Visitors to Western Australia’s favourite holiday island will benefit from a significant boost in ferry capacity this summer, thanks to the acquisition of a new vessel by Rottnest Fast Ferries at Hillarys.
To celebrate the new vessel’s arrival the company has also announced the launch of a new daily Kids Travel Free offer which will allow two children per adult ferry fare to travel to Rottnest free any day of the week.
The new 37.2m catamaran, named Harbour Master, is scheduled to commence service on December 2020 from Hillarys Boat Harbour.
Rottnest Fast Ferries is Western Australia’s only locally owned Rottnest ferry operator and managing director James Mulholland said the new vessel would enhance the experience for passengers.
The vessel was acquired from World Heritage Cruises in Tasmania. It has has a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces including three passenger deck levels.
Camera IconRottnest Fast Ferries managing director James Mulholland and director Luke Crispin take delivery of Harbour Master from World Heritage Crusies’ Guy Grinning (centre) Credit: Supplied