Departure calendar Auckland

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61 cruises

Oceania: New Zealand, Australia

Auckland Itinerary Oceania
from $1,270.60
price per person Taxes included
2 reservations in 48 hours
Crown Princess | 18/10/2024
Duration: 8 nights
Departure from: Auckland Landing: Sydney
Itinerary:
1. Auckland,
2. Tauranga,
3. Napier,
4. Wellington,
5. Picton,
6. navigation,
7. navigation,
8. navigation,
9. Sydney

Oceania: New Zealand, Australia

Auckland Itinerary Oceania
from $1,139.72
price per person Taxes included
Royal Princess | 22/10/2024
Duration: 6 nights
Departure from: Auckland Landing: Sydney
Itinerary:
1. Auckland,
2. navigation,
3. Picton,
4. navigation,
5. navigation,
6. navigation,
7. Sydney
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Oceania: New Zealand, Australia

Auckland Itinerary Oceania
from $18,713.63
price per person Taxes included
Scenic Eclipse II | 8/11/2024
Duration: 12 nights
Departure from: Auckland Landing: Queenstown
Itinerary:
1. Auckland,
2. Tauranga,
3. Gisborne,
4. Napier,
5. Wellington,
6. Nelson,
7. Picton,
8. Kaikoura,
9. Port Chalmers,
10. Oban,
11. navigation,
12. Queenstown,
13. Queenstown

Oceania: New Zealand, Australia

Auckland Itinerary Oceania
from $11,451.76
price per person Taxes included
10 reservations in 36 hours
Door-to-door
Silver Muse | 12/11/2024
Duration: 10 nights
Departure from: Auckland Landing: Sydney
Itinerary:
1. Auckland,
2. Tauranga,
3. Gisborne,
4. Napier,
5. Wellington,
6. Picton,
7. Nelson,
8. navigation,
9. navigation,
10. navigation,
11. Sydney
61 cruises

Auckland is the biggest city in New Zealand, which is located on the North Island. It got its start in 1840 and was named after George Eden, he was the first Earl of Auckland. Before Europeans showed up, the area was home to the Māori, New Zealand’s indigenous people. Key historical spots like Mount Eden and Maungakiekie are still super important to the Māori. The Māori have a bunch of myths and legends about Auckland. One such myth tells of a giant lizard, Taniwha, who supposedly lives in the Hauraki Gulf waters.

These tales are passed down through the generations and are a vital part of the local culture. Back in the 19th century, Auckland was a major port and trading center, which helped it grow fast. In 1865, the capital of New Zealand was moved to Wellington, but Auckland kept booming thanks to its strategic location and industrial potential. It’s called the "City of Sails'' because there are so many yachts in the Hauraki Gulf. Auckland has a bunch of museums and art galleries, like the Auckland Museum and the Auckland Art Gallery.

The city’s surrounded by gorgeous beaches, volcanic hills and dense forests. There are also several nature reserves and national parks nearby. Auckland’s cuisine is super diverse, reflecting its multicultural vibe. You’ll find restaurants serving Asian, European, Polynesian and Māori dishes. One of New Zealand’s national dishes is hangi, it’s a traditional Māori meal cooked in an earth oven. Meat and veggies are cooked in underground pits with hot stones, giving them a unique smoky flavor. Auckland is a major cruise hub for cruise tourism in the Pacific. The Port of Auckland sees a bunch of cruise ships heading out to the Pacific Islands, New Zealand’s coast and Australia. Popular cruise destinations include Vanuatu, Fiji and New Caledonia.


Cruises from Auckland offer not only luxury and relaxation on board but also a chance to see awesome landscapes and get a taste of New Zealand’s culture. Auckland is a city with a rich history, cultural diversity and stunning natural beauty, attracting tourists from all over the world with its cuisine, attractions and cruise opportunities.

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