Central Coast Ferries
History[edit | edit source]
Services[edit | edit source]
Central Coast Ferries operates a service from Woy Woy to Empire Bay via Saratoga and Davistown under contract to Transport for New South Wales. It previously ran a service from Woy Woy to Ettalong Beach that commenced in 2006. In May 2016, a monthly service was introduced from Gosford to Patonga.
Fleet[edit | edit source]
As at March 2018, Central Coast Ferries operated three vessels:
- MV Codock II (built 1945), purchased 2006, built for Royal Australian Navy, purchased by Cockatoo Docks & Engineering Company, Sydney 1947
- MV Saratoga (built 2003)
- MV Sorrento (built 2003), purchased from Belmont Christian College, Lake Macquarie 2015
References[edit | edit source]
- Andrews, Graeme (1994). Ferries of Sydney (3rd ed.). Sydney: Sydney University Press. p. 194. ISBN 0424002027.
- Working on the Central Coast's beautiful waterways is a dream come true for Tim Conway Central Coast Advocate 13 December 2016
- King tide highlights needs for Woy Woy Public Wharf rebuild Central Coast Advocate 8 December 2017
- Woy Woy t Empire Bay timetable Transport for New South Wales 1 January 2018
- Woy Woy - Ettalong timetable Central Coast Ferries
- New ferry service to run from Goasford to Patonga from next week Central Coast Advocate 19 May 2016
- Gosford to Patonga Ferry Central Coast Ferries
- Our Fleet Central Coast Ferries
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