Publications, Websites, Organisations
Publications on the Auckland Harbour Ferries
|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, 2013|
|The Bayswater Harbour Ferries of Auckland to Takapuna||Balderston, David||Grey Gull, n.d.|
|Waitemata Ferry Tales||Fodie, Sally|
|Auckland by the Sea||Johnson, David||David Bateman, 1988|
|New Zealand's Maritime Heritage||Johnson, David|
Operating Steamships in New Zealand
|vessel Name||Website Address and Details|
Built in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1912, the TSS Earnslaw operates from Queenstown on Lake Wakatipu.
Built in Scotland in 1907, the tug operates in steam on Lyttelton Harbour.
|Tug WILLIAM C DALDY
Built in Scotland in 1935, the tug operates in steam on Auckland Harbour.
A restored steam launch, SS Puke is maintained and operated by the New Zealand Maritime Museum.
|Floating Crane HIKITIA
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
A maritime ship index maintained by the New Zealand Maritime Museum.