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8 Dec 2019 14:16
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    There'll be fewer ferries making the voyage across Cook Strait this week after a ship damaged a Picton dock

    There'll be fewer ferries making the voyage across Cook Strait this week after a ship damaged a Picton dock


    InterIslander
    InterIslander
    A Bluebridge ferry clipped the berth while docking early yesterday morning- causing delays and cancellations.

    Truck drivers were told the accident had damaged a ramp and the ferry couldn't unload cargo.

    Sailings will leave Wellington at 11AM and 11.30PM and depart Picton at 5.30AM and 5PM today and tomorrow.

    Interislander sailings aren't affected.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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