Spirit of Tasmania Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Overview

Location:
East Devonport, Australia
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Leisure
Founded:1985
Lead Investor(s):N/A

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Spirit of Tasmania's estimated annual revenue is currently $28.6M per year.
  • Spirit of Tasmania's estimated revenue per employee is $253,000

Employee Data

  • Spirit of Tasmania has 113 Employees.
  • Spirit of Tasmania grew their employee count by 7% last year.
  • Spirit of Tasmania currently has 1 job openings.
Competitor NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal FundingOnline ReviewPricing
#1
$155.6M6156%N/A-N/A
#2
$10.4M4121%N/A-N/A
#3
$16.4M6548%N/A-N/A
#4
$103.2M4089%N/A-N/A
#5
$10.4M4124%N/A-N/A
#6
$13.7M548%N/A-N/A
#7
$9.9M3922%N/A-N/A
#8
$15.2M609%N/A-N/A
#9
$15.4M619%N/A-N/A
#10
$19.5M7743%N/A-N/A
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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. Our History On 1 July 1985, TT-Line began operating passenger and vehicle transport across Bass Strait on the German-built Abel Tasman. This ship maintained regular and reliable service until 1993, when she was replaced by the much larger original Spirit of Tasmania. In 1997, things kicked up a notch with the introduction of the Devil Cat, a Tasmanian-built catamaran that took just six hours to travel from George Town in Tasmania's north to Station Pier in Port Melbourne. The vessel operated during the peak season in conjunction with the original Spirit of Tasmania until 2002. In March 2002, TT-Line purchased two vessels from Superfast Ferries, a Greece-based operator servicing the Adriatic Sea. The ships, built in Turku, Finland, sailed between Italy and Greece as Superfast III & IV. In May, they travelled to the Neorion shipyard on the island of Syros for painting and general overhaul and were renamed Spirit of Tasmania I & II. The ships then made the mighty journey to Hobart, where they were refitted for their new service between Devonport and Melbourne, replacing the original Spirit of Tasmania. On 1 September, 2002 they set sail on their dual maiden voyages across Bass Strait. In 2015, the vessels underwent a major refurbishment, sporting fresh, modern interiors and stylish new facilities. In late 2017 it was announced that TT-Line will be replacing the current fleet with two custom built ships and a letter of intent signed with Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft GmbH & Co KG (FSG).

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113

Number of Employees

$28.6M

Revenue (est)

1

Current Jobs

7%

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Spirit of Tasmania News

12-Sep-19 - 150 Year Tasmanian Tour (presented by Spirit of Tasmania)

The Premiership Cups took a trip down to Tasmania as part of the 150 Year Cup Tour presented by the Spirit of Tasmania.

07-Sep-19 - Premier Will Hodgman says Spirit of Tasmania contract still in ...

Premier Will Hodgman says there is still a solid contract in place which will see two new Spirit of Tasmania vessels delivered by 2021.

24-Aug-19 - Letters to the Editor

Can someone in the know please explain why it costs just over $2000 return in December from Melbourne to Devonport for two adults, ...