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Fun Filled Cruises

Fun Filled Cruises

360 Discovery satisfies summer travellers and holidaymakers with daily cruise services to popular tourism destinations, Tiritiri Matangi and Coromandel. Their comfortable ferries will operate everyday from 26 December to 14 January. All depart Pier 3 Auckland downtown.

The enthralling Wildlife Discovery to Tiritiri Matangi Bird Sanctuary is a full day excursion with on-island exploration of this outstanding wildlife and conservation island. Coromandel Ferry Service, considered one of the best gulf cruises, connects downtown Auckland to Coromandel with a passenger pick-up or drop-off option at Orapiu on Waiheke Island.

Coromandel Discovery is a fun-filled full day cruise and tour combining scenic gulf cruising with the charming and eclectic Coromandel township, fascinating Driving Creek Railway and Gold Stamper Battery. Get on board. Bookings essential. Freephone for bookings: 0800 888 006 Web www.360discovery.co.nz

Coromandel ferry
Everyday to service: 26 December to 14 January
Departs Auckland 9.00am and Hannaford’s Wharf Coromandel at 4.30PM except Friday departs Auckland at 6.00pm – and departs Coromandel 8.00pm
 Departs Pier 3 Auckland downtown
 360 Discovery ticket kiosk Pier 3, Quay Street, Auckland
 Freephone 0800 888 006
 Book online www.360discovery.co.nz
 Auckland- Orapui- Coromandel
 Coromandel – Orapui – Auckland
 Includes bus transfer between Hannaford’s wharf & Coromandel Town
 Snack foods and fully licensed bar on board
 Comfortable and stable catamaran with excellent viewing decks

Coromandel Discovery
 Full day activity departs Auckland to Coromandel
 Departs Pier 3 Auckland downtown
 Coach transfer from Hannaford’s Wharf to Coromandel town
 Time to wander Coromandel’s fascinating town cafes and galleries
 Tour of Driving Creek railway
 Tour of Stamper Battery
 Return cruise to Auckland
 Bookings essential

 360 Discovery ticket kiosk Pier 3, Quay Street, Auckland
 Freephone 0800 888 006
 Book online www.360discovery.co.nz

Wildlife Discovery
Tiritiri Matangi bird sanctuary
Everyday departures: 26 December 2006 to Sunday 14 January 2007

 Bookings essential
 Freephone 0800 888 006
 Book online www.360discovery.co.nz
 Ticket kiosk Pier 3 Quay Street, Auckland
 Departs Pier 3
 Via Gulf Harbour both ways
 Full day
 Auckland – Tiritiri Matangi – Auckland
 Snack foods and fully licensed bar on board
 Comfortable and stable catamaran with excellent viewing decks

360 Discovery formerly Kawau Kat Cruises, has been offering experiences on the Hauraki Gulf since 1993. www.360discovery.co.nz

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