Wellington - Ferry Terminal Accessible Travel
Wellington Ferry Terminal is located close to the Wellington city centre, in Wellington. A wide range of tourism related services are represented in or around the Wellington Ferry Terminal.
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Mobile-friendly - 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.
Kaiarahi is the latest passenger ferry to join the Interislander fleet. It provides a safe and comfortable journey across the Cook Strait between the North Island and South Island. For access passengers requiring lift access to passenger lounges the best options would be Aratere or Kaitaki.
The Interislander service generally caters well for all customers. Both check in terminals are easily accessed and have accessible facilities. There are no dedicated access areas for the check in process, however staff are on hand at all times and willing to assist. Boarding and disembarking could present some challenges for customers with mobility impairment.
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