in the Rock, Bay of Islands
Tours, Attractions and Events in the Bay of Islands
and Accommodation in the Bay of Islands
Hole in the Rock Cruise
Reinga by Bus
Touring catches up with dolphins
beautiful Bay of Islands in New Zealand offers some wonderful
chances to cruise around picturesque waters and none more
so than the Hole
in the Rock Cruise.
through New Zealand's finest marine park is an adventure
in itself - and a perfectly relaxing way to spend your holiday
- with more than 140 islands dotting the seascape.
cruise aboard the luxury Tiger V sabre catamaran from either
Paihia or Russell on what is the most popular cruise in
the Bay of Islands.
the way you'll see secluded islands, yachting folk enjoying
stunning freedom to anchor anywhere they like and (hopefully)
Tiger V is an ultra-modern 22 metre vessel that will speed
you out to deep waters off the Cape Brett Lighthouse and
to Motukokako Island and the Hole in the Rock.
lighthouse makes for terrific pictures and the view of the
Hole in the Rock will blow you away.
is huge and if the seas are right you can wend your way
through it for an awesome travel experience.
you take the Excitor
jet boat cruise you'll have more chance of this extra
the way back to either Paihia or Russell you'll stop over
Island for a 1.5 hour break. As if you need to take
a break after such a great journey.
pictures of the Hole in the Rock
Cruise departs from either Paihia or Russell, in the
Bay of Islands. Paihia - the Maritime Building, Marsden
Road, on the Paihia waterfront. Russell - The Strand
Wharf on the Russell waterfront.
Cruises depart: Paihia - 9:00am, or 1:30pm Russell
- 9:10am or 1:40pm.
Check in and boarding commences 10 minutes prior to
Cruise through the mighty "Hole in the Rock"
Stopover on Urupukapuka Island
beautiful islands and beaches
Large modern cruising catamaran
display technology (inside)
Zealand's Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Nautilus Subsea Adventure
tour must be booked at least 72 hours in advance
for this product will be received at time of booking.
is operated in English unless otherwise stated.
and itineraries may be subject to sea and weather
note, during the winter months (June, July and August),
the afternoon departure is approximately 3 hours
in duration, returning one hour earlier to Russell
and Paihia and does not include a stopover on Urupukapuka
Fullers suggest you bring a towel, some warmer clothing,
sunglasses, sunscreen and a camera.