Awesome sailing adventures around
the Bay of Islands and beyond!

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Awesome Bay of Islands day sailing adventures on our 65 foot ocean going yacht GUNGHA II.

Experience awesome sailing and the fantastic Bay of Islands all in one super day. Our sailing tour is exciting, funny and informal. We provide tasty morning snacks, heaps of sailing, a unique island stopover, masks & snorkels, hot outside showers and our yummy fresh sandwich lunch. Our tasty snacks and sandwich lunch are made fresh on board each day. They include a variety of colourful and mouth-watering local produce. If you’re a vegetarian or prefer gluten-free, please let us know. It’s not a problem!

Marine life including penguins, seabirds and others are often plentiful and frequently sighted in playful groups. Our friendly crew will help you sail the boat or you can simply relax and enjoy. We depart from Paihia daily at 10:00 am (Russell transfers included). Return around 4:00 pm. The cost per Adult is $175 … all activities and yummy fresh lunch included!

Your day includes heaps of fantastic sailing on our 65 foot ocean going yacht, plenty of sheltered seating, changing rooms and clean toilets. Please note that all day sailing adventures are barefoot and are smoking/vaping and alcohol free. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen and a camera. Please do not bring chilly bins, dive or fishing gear. We will be sailing!

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Gungha II sailing yacht

The Boat

GUNGHA II is a modern, New Zealand built, go-fast ocean sailing yacht.

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Gungha II sailing yacht crew

Your Crew

Mike, Deb family and friends have sailed throughout the Pacific...

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Gungha II sailing yacht paihia

We depart daily from Paihia at 10:00
(Russell transfers included).

The cost per Adult is $175 – all activities
and yummy fresh lunch included!

Departing from Paihia at 10:00AM
returning around 4:00pm

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