At last, Captain Cook Cruises has raised Beatrice Bush – the inaugural Sydney Harbor versatile traveler terminal barge – permitting journey travelers to sanction a ship from the city to White Bay Cruise Terminal.The ferry service will be matched with all cruise ship arrivals and departures at the White Bay Cruise Terminal from August 2015.
The ferry ride will provide a scenic fifteen minute transfer option for all cruise passengers and crew, said Anthony Haworth, general manager of Captain Cook Cruises.
[pullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“White Bay Cruise Terminal has always been hard to access for interstate, international and even local passengers,” he said.[/pullquote]
[pullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“The cruise market has been crying out for a ferry service for a long time, but one has not been possible due to the lack of docking facilities for ferries. With the construction of Beatrice Bush complete, we can now not only operate our convenient charter ferry service from the city direct to White Bay but use Beatrice Bush all over the harbour.”[/pullquote]
Source: Cruise Critics Australia