Sailing in New Zealand

Something for everyone

The maritime reserves of the Bay of Islands, Hauraki Gulf and Marlborough Sounds are among the best areas for a holiday afloat. Auckland well deserves it's title of the "City of Sails", with the world's largest number of boats per head of population.

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Sailing in the Hauraki Gulf

Coastal waters teem with colourful, fascinating sea life and the usually clear waters make for excellent viewing. The country abounds with sub-tropical reefs, wrecks, clear water springs and alpine fiords. If you are looking for a rich variety of scuba diving experiences then it's time you were diving NZ.

With over 15,000km of coastline, New Zealand's pristine coastal waters promise a blissful holiday for those who seek time-out on the water. And what better place to sail but the former home of the Americas Cup!

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Come and discover our beautiful country from a unique offshore perspective - the island-studded bays, tranquil and secluded inlets and the meandering drowned valleys of the sounds and fiords in the South Island.

The maritime reserves of the Bay of Islands, Hauraki Gulf and Marlborough Sounds are among the best areas for a holiday afloat. Auckland well deserves it's title of the "City of Sails", with the world's largest number of boats per head of population.

The most popular sailing locations in New Zealand are the Bay of Islands and Auckland on the North Island and the Marlborough Sounds on the upper South Island.

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