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Auckland Cruises

Modern Auckland is New Zealand’s largest and most metropolitan city, with its contemporary buildings and sky-high Sky Tower offering sweeping views over the city and harbour. This busy port city actually features two harbours to suit its abundant maritime traffic from commercial freighters to superyachts. You’ll find a few historic buildings tucked into its cosmopolitan cityscape, like the regenerated Ferry Building. Use Auckland as a launching pad to explore this beautiful region, from the bohemian atmosphere of Waiheke Island to the grassy landscapes and volcanic craters of Mount Eden.

Auckland

AUCKLAND EXPERTS

We have over 130 expert cruise consultants to help you book the perfect cruise. Many have first hand experience of Auckland and you can find some of their best tips and advice below.
Alison Ranaldi

Alison Ranaldi

Auckland

Auckland is fairly easy by foot if staying fairly close to Sky Tower. The waterfront has many bars and restaurants and you can take whale and dolphin watching tours.

Josephine Wright

Josephine Wright

Auckland

In the centre, the iconic Sky Tower has views of Viaduct Harbour, which is full of superyachts and lined with bars and cafes.

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The city’s main thoroughfare for shopping and dining is Queen Street, which features international names alongside more localised designers and favourite New Zealand department store Smith & Caughey. If you prefer independent boutiques, visit the Parnell or Ponsonby neighbourhoods for quirkier wares and nightlife. Explore the local culture with a visit to the Auckland Museum, which is dedicated to the city’s heritage. There are a number of exhibitions to teach you more about the local Maori people, alongside geography charts and historical facts.
Waiheke Island makes a great day trip from Auckland, being a short ferry ride from the main waterfront area. Long a preferred destination for bohemian types, today it’s more known for its
wine and gastronomy. You can tour the local vineyards to get a taste of the vintages here, particularly at the Te Whau tasting rooms. It’s hard to miss the Sky Tower, rising tall amongst the other buildings in downtown Auckland at over 1000 feet in height. Take a lift up to the observation deck to enjoy the view surrounding you. This includes the view below, if you dare to look down through the transparent floor panels! If you want even more thrills, you can bungee jump from the Sky Deck.


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