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Rugby Rendezvous Cruises on Lake Wakatipu

14 June 2005

Rugby Rendezvous Cruises on Lake Wakatipu Rugby fans can let off steam on TSS Earnslaw two-hour cruise

Rugby fans visiting Queenstown can let off steam on board the historic steamship TSS Earnslaw, one of New Zealand’s enduring icons,

Local tourism operator Real Journeys is running special Rugby Rendezvous Cruises on the grand old ‘lady of the lake’ on the evenings of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26 and 27 June. The two-hour cruises will depart from the Steamer Wharf at 6pm. On board, a lively local band will entertain and the cost ($65) also includes a glass of wine or beer on arrival and some hearty finger food. No matter which team you support, a warm welcome is guaranteed.

Reservations can be made at the Real Journeys Visitor Centre on the Steamer Wharf, Queenstown or by telephoning freephone 0800 65 65 03.

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