Why 36 million New Zealanders can’t be wrong

Okay, so there’s a few tourists in there too. But that’s how many passengers Interislander has carried over the Cook Strait since their first sailing in 1962.

Cruise from Wellington – the coolest little capital – to Picton in the stunning Marlborough Sounds in just over three hours.

Extensive viewing decks, luxurious premium lounges and choice of cafés and bars. Plenty to keep the kids entertained – and plenty for mum and dad too. Interislander’s three ships are not only the largest Cook Strait ferries in New Zealand; they are also purpose built for the crossing, so they offer unparalleled comfort and safety all year round.

Cars, motorhomes, coaches– all vehicles are welcome, just drive on, drive off. And for the rental car providers that can’t cross, just drop off your car at the rental depots based at the terminals then walk onboard – easy!

Interislander’s been doing this for 50 years, so you know you are in good hands. And with eleven sailings per day, their timetable is bound to fit yours.

Don’t just cross the Strait, cruise it with Interislander and make your perfect holiday, perfect from the very start.