SeaLink Travel Group runs ferries in Australia between South Australia and Kangaroo Island, and in New Zealand between Auckland, North Island, and the nearby Waiheke and Great Barrier Islands.

In Australia, SeaLink currently operates two ferries, MV Sealion 2000 and MV Spirit of Kangaroo Island, from Cape Jervis, South Australia, to Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island. The trip takes approximately 45 minutes, and sails up to 10 times daily. It has operated in Australia since 1989.

In September 2004 the Australian Sealink acquired Subritzky Shipping of Auckland, New Zealand, and was re-named as SeaLink Travel Group.

To Waiheke Island from Auckland, SeaLink runs a car and passenger ferry service with up to 14 return sailings a day. These mostly depart from Half Moon Bay, in Auckland's eastern suburbs, but some ferries also depart from Jellicoe Street in downtown Auckland on Friday nights and weekends.The port serviced on Waiheke Island is Kennedy Point. Three ferries undertake this route: MV Seacat, MV Seaway and MV Seamaster (formerly the M.N. Subritzky).

SeaLink runs one ferry, MV Island Navigator, to Great Barrier Island from Auckland. Sailings on this route are once each on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. The Tuesday sailing stops at both Tryphena and Port Fitzroy on Great Barrier Island, while the other two sailings stop only at Tryphena.

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