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New Rottnest Island Ferry Offers Lower Fares

Wednesday 11 October 2017

PERTH’S new ferry service to Rottnest will begin in less than three weeks, offering fares about 20 per cent lower than its competitor. SeaLink unveiled Quokka I, its 35m jet-powered catamaran that will operate six...
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Curtis Island Worker Ferries Find New Life Interstate, Overseas

Thursday 23 March 2017

THREE 400-passenger EnviroCat catamarans that used to ferry workers between the mainland and Curtis Island’s LNG plants have been given new lives interstate and overseas. SeaLink Gladstone, at the time known as Transit Systems Marine,...
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SeaLink Director Bill Spurr AO

Saturday 24 January 2015

Major role in promoting SA - Bill Spurr AO BILL SPURR has worked his way from lowly cadet to an influential and widely respected role in the state’s tourism and education success during a 50-...
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‘Storm-Proof’ SeaLink On The Crest Of A Wave

Saturday 29 November 2014

Publication: The Advertiser, Journalist: Valerina Changarathil THE waters have run deep for a quarter of a century for Adelaide marine transport company SeaLink. Now there is fresh momentum and capacity to ride the growth wave...
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SeaLink Boss Jeff Ellison Off With The Ferries

Friday 22 August 2014

Publication: The Australian, Journalist: Lisa Allen A JUMP in ferry passengers to Kangaroo Island and the signing of more government contracts on Sydney Harbour helped to offset long-running declines in Euro­pean backpacker arrivals to north...
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Tiwi Mantawi To The Rescue: Sinking Feeling A Worry But Divers Ferry Lucky

Thursday 14 August 2014

Publication: Northern Territory News, Journalist: Conor Byrne THE air got thinner for two ­divers whose boat sank above them while they were underwater. Their 5m coral boat, Osprey, sank off the Vernon Islands, 41km northeast...
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A Guide To Cruising On South Australia’s Murray River - Australia River Cruise Guide

Wednesday 9 July 2014

Publication: Telegraph UK, Travel, Journalist: Douglas Ward A guide to cruising on South Australia’s Murray River, including tips, typical itineraries and key stops - Australia river cruise guide Why go? Australia’s only river with a...
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Future Tourism Leaders

Friday 4 July 2014

Publication: The Islander SeaLink is helping 10 Kangaroo Island Community Education (KICE) students run their own virtual tourism business, “selling” Kangaroo Island holiday packages to other students around Australia and learning about one of the...
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Looking At Tiwi Islands, With $30m To Spend

Sunday 1 June 2014

Publication: The Australian, Journalist: Lisa Allen CASHED-up transport and tourism group SeaLink wants to expand its operations by winning more government work as well as opening up remote areas such as the Tiwi Islands off...
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Demand For IPOs Grows In Buoyant Market

Saturday 31 May 2014

Publication: The Sydney Morning Herald, Journalist: Jared Lynch Market - Company debuts raise $9.2b As Australia experiences its strongest flow of company floats since before the financial crisis, the winners and losers in the great...
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Entrepreneurial Theory Put To The Test For Worldwide Awards

Tuesday 27 May 2014

Publication: The Advertiser, Journalist: Valerina Changarathil THEY are flipping burgers, supporting needy women, finding their place in the sun, taking shareholders on a ferry ride and doing much more. More importantly, SA’s top entrepreneurs are...
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SeaLink Expands Fleet

Monday 31 March 2014

Publication: AFR online, Journalist: Simon Evans Ferry and tourism group SeaLink is shelling out an extra $2.7 million on a new rocket ferry for its Captain Cook Cruises business on Sydney Harbour to take its...
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Penneshaw SeaLink Terminal Opens

Thursday 13 March 2014

Publication: The Islander, Journalist: Barbara Sibley A new era has begun on Kangaroo Island with this week’s opening of a $3.5 million passenger terminal at Penneshaw featuring a covered air bridge, providing an exciting sense...
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Tourist Numbers Boost SeaLink’s Qld Operations

Wednesday 5 March 2014

Publication: The Australian Financial Review, Journalist: Simon Evans Tourist numbers boost SeaLink’s Qld operations Ferry and tourism group SeaLink wants to expand its Queensland ­operations further to take advantage of improving international tourist numbers, with...
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Industry Mourns Passing Of Captain Trevor Haworth

Monday 3 March 2014

Publication: Travel Weekly The founder of Captain Cook Cruises, Trevor Haworth, passed away on Saturday at the age of 82. Haworth is known for building cruise operator Captain Cook Cruises, for his role in helping...
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SeaLink Rides On Waves Of Success

Wednesday 19 February 2014

AUSTRALIA’S leading marine tourism operator, the Adelaide-based SeaLink Travel Group, has produced a better than expected performance in its first half-year results as a public company. After listing on October 16, SeaLink yesterday reported a...
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SeaLink On Course To Meet Full-Year Prospectus Forecast

Tuesday 18 February 2014

SeaLink on course to meet full-year prospectus forecast Ferry and tourism operator SeaLink says its Captain Cook Cruises business on Sydney Harbour and its Kangaroo Island ferry service off South Australia both had a strong...
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‘Quinny’ Calls It Quits After 50 Years At Sea

Friday 7 February 2014

, Journalist: Catherine MurphyPublication: The Islander After 50 years on the water, Anthony Quinn, known affectionately by his many friends as ‘Quinny’, will retire from SeaLink after 23 years and three months of service with...
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SeaLink Buoyed By Fleet Acquisitions

Wednesday 29 January 2014

Publication: The Australian Financial Review, Journalist: Trevor Hoey The share price of SeaLink Travel Group, which only listed on the ASX in mid-October, had drifted sideways before finding support in January, when it spiked about...
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5 Top Floats For 2013

Monday 6 January 2014

Publication: The Bull, Journalist: Tony Featherstone High-quality companies with high valuations and low-quality companies with high valuations dominated this year’s IPO market. In between were a handful of strong IPOs with reasonable valuations – and...
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The Glare Of The Public Eye. Exposed! The Secret Life Of CEO’s

Friday 27 December 2013

Publication: The Australian Financial Review, Journalist: Tony Featherstone Floats Taking a private enterprise public leaves the company and its chief executive exposed to a whole new level of scrutiny. Not all adapt to the stricter...
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SeaLink Terminal On Target

Thursday 21 November 2013

Publication: The Islander, Journalist: Barbara Sibley After many delays, SeaLink’s new passenger terminal is now taking shape and set for completion early next year. After 40 years of successful operations in Brisbane, Mr Brian Johnston...
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SeaLink Chief Honoured At Awards

Thursday 14 November 2013

Publication: The Islander, Journalist: Barbara Sibley At the 30th anniversary South Australian Tourism Awards ceremony, 30 awards were presented across a range of categories, while more than 80 other entrants were presented with gold, silver...
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SeaLink Off To A Flying Start

Thursday 17 October 2013

Publication: The Advertiser, Journalist: Nigel Austin The Adelaide based SeaLink Travel Group achieved a heady premium on its first day of trading on the Australian Securities Exchange, closing at $1.50 a share yesterday and netting...
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