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Top Cat Announces Times For Third Schedule

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TOP CAT ANNOUNCES TIMES FOR THIRD SCHEDULE

The Top Cat Inter-Island Fast Ferry will now operate a third daily sailing. This follows growth in business over recent months and in particular the public support over the recent school holidays.

The third sailing will commence on 15 November 1999 leaving Wellington at 8:30pm, and will return from Picton at 11:30pm. It will operate 6 days per week, Tuesday to Sunday.

Crew training has commenced and travel bookings are now being taken.

The service will operate until the end of May 2000 and recommence on 15 November 2000 (subject to winter demands).

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