New Zealand is one of the most breathtakingly scenic yachting destinations in the southern hemisphere.
Mesmerizing glaciers, bubbling mud pools and soft golden beaches are all there to be discovered alongside one of the world’s premier wine and food scenes. New Zealand is divided in two main islands: North and South. It generates various landscapes and atmospheres, creating an enchantment for anyone. Between indescribable mountains, majestic seas, great surroundings, New Zealand is the furthest and most mysterious yacht destination in the world.
Auckland : New Year celebrations around the world begin with fireworks reflecting across the water alongside a city whose quiet sophistication has blended beautifully with Maori culture to and create a wonderful mix of past and present. From the City of Sails you can easily explore Waiheke Island and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf.
The Hauraki Gulf is an island-sprinkled, smooth-water paradise boasting gorgeous landscapes swathed in scarlet flowers, glowing beaches, sprawling vineyards and seaside villages that are a delight to explore. The Coromandel is dotted with sublime beaches and hidden bays that make for perfect anchorage points.
The Bay of Islands is considered as New Zealand’s yachting center. Each year many yachts explore the secluded islands to take a break. Characterized by unbelievably green hills rolling down onto silky soft sands, the cool waters are simply bursting with incredible marine life, where marlin, dolphins and seals can be seen right from the deck.
Marlborough Sounds and Fiordland
An absolute yachting heaven, the exquisite waters of Marlborough are equally matched by their onshore delights, boasting sheltered bays, glistening beaches, hidden caves and exhilarating bushwalks. Known in the world for its wines, this area is the perfect place to test some of the best wines in the world.
In the Fiordland, You will fall in love for the snow-capped mountains, rolling hills, tumbling waterfalls and fascinating wildlife.