Spirit of Tasmania sails between Melbourne and Devonport (Tasmania). Book online for the lowest fares! View our current offers, sailing schedule & more.
TT-Line Company is a company operating ferries from Tasmania to mainland Australia since 1985. The company was separated from the Tasmanian Government’s Department of Transport in 1993, becoming a government business enterprise wholly owned by the Government of Tasmania. By Wikipedia.

Spirit of Tasmania is one of Australia’s most iconic travel experiences, operating sailings across Bass Strait between Melbourne and Devonport on Tasmania’s north coast.

Spirit of Tasmania provides travellers with flexibility and convenience when planning a holiday. Our twin ships depart from both ports at 7.30pm and arrive the following morning at 6.00am. During peak season, we also operate day sailings departing from each port at 9.00am and arriving the same day at 6.00pm.

On board, you can experience spectacular views, delicious food, great entertainment, relaxation and so much more!

Experience the allure of sea travel. It’s fun, relaxing and stress-free. Simply drive on board for a holiday where half the fun is getting there. Embrace the ocean views, stroll the decks and breathe in the sea breeze – there’s nothing quite like it!

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Contacting us

The Spirit of Tasmania team is active on Facebook Monday to Friday during standard business hours.

Here on Facebook, we love to hear your feedback and encourage you to share stories, experiences, travel tips and photos for everyone to enjoy. In doing so, we do have some simple guidelines and conditions outlined below that we expect all participants to follow so it can be an enjoyable experience for everyone.

Spirit of Tasmania encourages discussion, interaction and posting on the Spirit of Tasmania Facebook page, but all users must treat everyone with respect and interact in a responsible manner. We deserve the right to delete any post if it breaches any of our conditions. This includes, but is not limited to circumstances where posts contain:

– Any material that Spirit of Tasmania deems offensive
– Any comments that Spirit of Tasmania considers defamatory to any person, company or entity
– Advertisements and promotions of other organisations
– Materials that Spirit of Tasmania considers to be spam or junk posting
– Duplicated or needlessly repetitive posts
– Anything that Spirit of Tasmania considers to be a breach of any law
– Anything else that Spirit of Tasmania considers to be inappropriate

On occasion, Spirit of Tasmania may use images of passengers as part of promotional material on Facebook. If we publish an image you would like us to remove, please contact us via Facebook private messaging.

If you have a question about the sailing experience, on board facilities or other travel related enquiries, you may find the answer in our FAQs section:

For enquiries or feedback specifically related to your booking, please contact us via our website’s contact form so the right team can assist you:

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