New Zealand

  • The country is rich in both European and Maori history
  • great choice of sheltered anchorages
  • unexploited nature

Yacht Charter in New Zealand

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Area Highlights

In terms of the size of its territory, New Zealand, located in the South Pacific Ocean, is similar to Japan or Great Britain, but in terms of the number of opportunities for unforgettable yachting and exciting water activities, it is almost as good as the Caribbean islands.
Sailing around the islands of New Zealand is, without exaggeration, a journey to the ends of the earth, to a country of amazing beauty, where you can see volcanoes and geysers, observe the life and life of the ancient Maori tribe, and meet previously unseen animals and birds. To visit the Huraki Bay, walk among dozens of islands, disembark on excursions in several national parks and reserves – this is just a small list of the sights of this island state.
The nature here is so amazing that many of the islands of this country have repeatedly become natural scenery for the filming of science fiction films. For example, the legendary Lord of the Rings was filmed here.

Climate and weather

It’s possible to sail in New Zealand at any time of the year. Summer is the most popular time,and stretches from late November to the end of March, with day time temperatures around 23 degrees Celsius, and water temperatures between 19 and 23 degrees. However, fair weather prevails from October to the end of May. The shoulder seasons can be charming with fine weather and few other boats about. Winter nights are cold, but days often bring a stunning clarity of air and water.

31
Jan
30
31
Feb
29
30
Mar
29
29
Apr
27
27
May
26
26
Jun
24
25
Jul
23
25
Aug
23
28
Sep
24
29
Oct
26
30
Nov
28
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Dec
28
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How to get there

The international airport in Auckland is connected by both regular and charter flights to the airports of Australia, Southeast Asia, Latin and North America. Communication within the country is carried out both by air and by high-speed ferries that run between the cities of the coast.

Sailing routes in New Zealand

1 day
Opua to Russell
3 sm
2 day
Russell to Army Bay
7 sm
3 day
Army Bay to Whangaroa
38 sm
4 day
Exploring Whangaroa
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5 day
Whangaroa to Marsden Cross
37 sm
6 day
Marsden Cross to Paradise Bay
7 sm
7 day
Paradise Bay to Te Hue
17 sm
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