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With twin harbours and a rich maritime heritage it’s no surprise that Auckland also wears the title of ‘City of Sails’.
New Zealanders are famed around the world for their ingenuity – there’s an old adage that Kiwis can do anything with a piece of fencing wire.
New Zealand first won the America’s Cup in 1995 in San Diego.
Viaduct Harbour Auckland is one of New Zealand’s most vibrant tourism and entertainment precincts.
Water and boats go together in Auckland where twin harbours spilling into the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Tasman Sea to the west ensure there’s always plenty of activity on the water.
The pure beauty of Pelorus River in Marlborough made the location the perfect choice for Forest River.
The sub-tropical surroundings make Whangarei – the most northern city in New Zealand - the perfect setting for a spot of football.
Waka Tapu – an expedition featuring two traditional ocean-going waka / canoes manned by modern Māori adventurers using ancient celestial navigation methods – has retraced a voyage made by their forebears across the Pacific Ocean.
Ever since New Zealand’s first Polynesian settlers navigated uncharted oceans a millennium ago, sailing has been a big part of New Zealand’s culture.