Additional Spirit of Tasmania services have been added to accommodate for Easter and school holiday travellers wanting to travel in April.
CEO Bernard Dwyer said two additional day sailings had been added on Tuesday, April 6 and Friday, April 16 to assist to meet demand for sea travel on the Bass Strait.
"This time of year is traditionally one of our busiest periods," he said. "The success of the Federal Government's decision to increase the rebate for passenger vehicles that travel with us has also been a factor as more non-Tasmanians visit the state."
The first passengers eligible for the Bass Strait Vehicle Equalisation Scheme arrived in Devonport on Monday.
Mr Dwyer said Spirit of Tasmania was already operating additional day sailings during April which still had some availability.