Publications, Websites, Organisations

Publications on the Auckland Harbour Ferries

TITLE AUTHOR PUBLISHER
Steam on the Waitemata Stewart, W.W. A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1972
The Harbour Ferries of Auckland Balderston, David Grantham House, 1986
The Waiheke Ferries of Auckland Balderston, David Grantham House, 1991
The Floating Bridge: the vehicular ferries of Auckland Balderston, David Grey Gull, n.d.
Waitemata Ferry Tales Fodie, Sally  
Auckland by the Sea Johnson, David  
New Zealand's Maritime Heritage Johnson, David  


Operating Steamships in New Zealand

 vessel Name  Website Address and Details
TSS EARNSLAW

www.tssearnslaw.co.nz
Built in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1912, the TSS Earnslaw operates from Queenstown on Lake Wakatipu.
Tug LYTTELTON

www.tuglyttelton.co.nz
Built in Scotland in 1907, the tug operates in steam on Lyttelton Harbour.
Tug WILLIAM C DALDY

www.daldy.com
Built in Scotland in 1935, the tug operates in steam on Auckland Harbour.
SS PUKE


www.maritimemuseum.co.nz/voyager-live
A restored steam launch, SS Puke is maintained and operated by Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum.
Floating Crane HIKITIA


www.hikitia.com
Built in Scotland in 1926, the floating crane Hikitia is located at Wellington. She maintains her steam-crane operating licence and has carried out a 100-tonne lift.


New Zealand Ship Registers 

 Resource  Website Address and Details
Maritime Ship Index

www.nzmaritimeindex.org.nz
A maritime ship index maintained by Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum.