Tasrail advise that the incident needs to be properly investigated before any cleanup of the site is undertaken. Once this investigation is complete cleanup & repairs to damaged infrastructure can proceed. They are loosely estimating mid week before the area is cleared, cleaned and deemed safe for use. As a consequence Merseylink wish to [...]
Merseylink wish to advise the Torquay not running for the next couple hours (Friday 21st) due to train derailment. This derailment has cut off access to the western pontoon. Please check back regularly for more information.
Merseylink wish to advise the Torquay ferry will be re-entering service for the Spring, Summer and Autumn seasons from Monday 3 September 2018. It has been a very busy time for the Ferry since it went into Dry Dock for its annual scheduled maintenance and the undertaking of its annual accreditation survey. Merseylink are [...]
The Devonport City Council will consider making an operational payment of $25,000 a year to keep the historic trans-Mersey ferry, Spirit of Devonport, afloat for the next three years. The council’s community services committee recommended the council enter into a three-year partnership agreement with ferry owner Merseylink, to provide $25,000 per annum to operate the loss-making service.