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Emerald Class


The new icon of the Harbour


Emerald Class vessels

The new icon of the Harbour

With Sydney transport needs are growing and changing, six new Inner Harbour ferries where introduced to meet this demand. The new Inner Harbour ferries were designed by Incat Tasmania Pty Ltd, and have the following features:

  • Capacity for up to 400 passengers
  • Two wide walk-around decks
  • Accessibility for the less mobile and young families
  • Bicycle and luggage storage
  • Wi-fi access
  • Real time journey information
  • 12 wheelchair spaces
  • Rapid and safe boarding
  • Reduced travel times

The names of the new emerald class ferries were chosen by the public as part of the Name Your Ferry competition. The six ferries were named the Catherine Hamlin, Fred Hollows, Victor Chang, Pemulwuy, Bungaree and May Gibbs (briefly known as Ferry McFerryface) . All vessels entered service in 2017.

The Fleet

Pemulwuy

Picture of Pemulwuy.

Emerald Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Pemulwuy

Victor Chang

Picture of Victor Chang.

Emerald Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Victor Chang

Bungaree

Picture of Bungaree.

Emerald Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Bungaree

Catherine Hamlin

Picture of Catherine Hamlin.

Emerald Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Catherine Hamlin

Fred Hollows

Picture of Fred Hollows.

Emerald Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Fred Hollows

May Gibbs

Picture of May Gibbs.

Emerald Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about May Gibbs

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