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http://goo.gl/PJi0M - Sailing Boats: All the yachts are based from Opua, once a bustling commercial port, Opua has retired into a quaint fishing village.

http://goo.gl/PJi0M - Sailing Boats: All the yachts are based from Opua, once a bustling commercial port, Opua has retired into a quaint fishing village.

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  • 1. Sailing Boats New Zealand | Sailing Boats If you have ever thought about booking a New Zealand cruise or chartering sailing boats in New Zealand then Melanie Ashton from Cardinal Charters is the person to talk to. Quick Reference: sailing boats
  • 2. Set sail from the beautiful Bay of Islands on the North of the North Island, with a choice of a 40ft Beneteau monohull or a 43ft or 46ft Leopard catamaran. For those wanting a bit more speed we can offer a Leopard 47ft Power cat. Sailing New Zealand couldn’t be easier from Australia!
  • 3. All the yachts are based from Opua, once a bustling commercial port, Opua has retired into a quaint fishing village. From Opua there are so many places to visit, with Cardinal Charters highlights being Paihia and Waitangi which are amongst the most popular tourist destinations in New Zealand, Paihia boasts literally dozens of fabulous restaurants many specialising in serving fine cuisine based on local seafood and produce.
  • 4. Waitangi is home of the ‘Treaty House’ this being the site where the Maoris and Europeans signed the treaty agreement of New Zealand. The Treaty House along with much of New Zealand’s cultural heritage is displayed at the Waitangi Visitors Centre, well worth a visit.
  • 5. Situated directly across the inner harbour from Paihia, Russell was the site of the first European settlement in New Zealand and was its first capital. Once a bustling whaling town, Russell is home to The Captain Cook Memorial Museum which is well worth a visit to get a true taste of the Bay’s colourful history. The town has shops for provisioning and some world class restaurants.
  • 6. With a wide open bay on the southern side, Roberton Island is an attractive anchorage and is sheltered from the northerly breezes. A delightful snorkelling trail set in a natural lagoon lies near the middle of the island and is both safe and fun for young and old alike.
  • 7. Urupukapuka Island boasts exquisite anchorages like Paradise Bay, Indico Bay and the famous Otehei Bay, Urupukapuka is the largest of the islands in the Bay of Islands. Moor up in the charming Otehei Bay for a picnic or dine ashore in the restaurant. Sandy beaches and island walks provide magnificent views of the Bay of Islands.
  • 8. An exhilarating sail east brings you to isolated and rugged Cape Brett. This outermost guardian of the Bay charges skyward from the depths of the Pacific. There is something for everyone in this beautiful part of the world, so get in touch with Cardinal Charters on + 61 419 444 693 for your chance to experience something different and Escape the Everyday….