Then the cruise ship left the dock. We looked out at the city view of Auckland and the Waitematam harbor area and left the coast. We saw the sky towers and tall buildings in the distance. We saw the container terminals and tower cranes on the shore. We also saw the New Zealand naval ships docked in the military harbor.
When we meet a top-quality tour guide, we call him an invisible rich man. If he is really rich, he should not be a tour guide. When he is a tour guide, he should change his role well. If he really likes the job of tour guide, he can boast that he has had a yacht, a funny Festival and a good view.
'the water is your front yard' - Michael 'huskyvoice' Scofield
There are many private yachts or yachts for tourists to rent. There are many restaurants around.
In the downtown of Auckland nice place to walk and check out all the activity along the peer. also the DOC office is there.
Gorgeous harbor in front of Auckland, surrounded by Princes Wharf and Queen's Wharf.
The excellent harbour has created a unique style of coastal cities in New Zealand. New Zealanders own a high proportion of sailing boats and yachts, ranking first in the world, with an average of one in every 2.7 people owning a boat. Therefore, in Auckland, you can see adults and children, will leisurely sail to sea, enjoy life. And the reputation of "the capital of sailing boats" does not wander.
Waitemata Harbour is in Devenport, the sharp point protruding from the north coast of Auckland, where Daily's ferry runs back and forth between devenport and city, basically 15-30 minutes from a regular boat. And unlike city, which has many people, a very quiet rich area, you can also see its invincible seascapes, including Skytower scenery.