Welcome to Fullers Harbour Cruise, Auckland.
Auckland Harbour Cruise gives you a panoramic view of Auckland. During cruising you ’ll learn about the most well-known city landmarks, including a stopover on dormant volcano Rangitoto. You’ll see spectacular views of the Harbour Bridge, the city skyline and Devonport’s historic naval base as well as enjoying the Bean Rock Lighthouse with a complimentary hot drink and sandwich. Each tour includes a complimentary return ticket to Devonport, that can be used on a day and time convenient to you. Cruise duration is 1.5-hour
10 Minutes before the given time in your confirmation.
What you will see while on cursing
North Head guards the entrance to the harbour, and was made into an artillery battery in 1885 to defend Auckland from invasion. It has several remaining gun emplacements and military tunnels to explore – not to mention great walks and views of the harbour.
Bean Rock Lighthouse
Situated at the entrance to the Waitemata Harbour, this historic lighthouse was built in 1871. Its small hexagonal cottage provided accommodation for a resident light keeper – which became unnecessary when the light became automatic in 1912.
Rangitoto Island erupted from the sea in a series of dramatic explosions roughly 600 years ago, but the volcano is now dormant. The summit offers spectacular 360-degree views of Auckland and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf.
Auckland Harbour Bridge
This iconic bridge opened in 1959 and took over 200 workers nearly four years to build. It originally had only four lanes, but as traffic increased, two more (one on each side) were added later. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can climb or bungee jump off the bridge with adventure company AJ Hackett.
Devonport Naval Base
The naval base in Devonport dates backs to 1840 when William Hobson, then-Governor of New Zealand, arrived on the HMS Herald and established Auckland as New Zealand’s (short-lived) capital. Today the base is an important administrative centre for the Royal New Zealand Navy.
Chelsea Sugar Refinery
Chelsea Sugar, one of New Zealand’s iconic food brands, has been producing sugar at this refinery in Birkenhead since 1884. Today the company produces 200,000 tonnes of raw sugar each year. The factory is situated in a beautiful privately-owned park, which is open to the public.
Westhaven Marina and the Viaduct
The largest marina in the southern hemisphere, Westhaven can accommodate up to 1,800 boats. Nearby, the Viaduct Marina is home to many superyachts, and lined with bars and restaurants, plus the Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum.
Price Per Person
Price is in NZ$
Please report at reception / cruise gate,10 minutes before scheduled time of departure.