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Cruises visiting Waiheke Island & all Waiheke Island cruises for  2019-2020

View Waiheke Island 2019-2020 cruises for 1 ships listing 4 cruises from Waiheke Island with today's best deals!

Waiheke Island lies in the Hauraki Gulf on the north island of New Zealand, 20 km east of Auckland. It is New Zealand’s most populated island with over 9000 residents, and another 3400 have second or holiday homes there. Regular passenger and car-ferries service the island. The island is very hilly with few flat areas. It has many scenic beaches that are popular for kite surfing, kayaking, stand-up-paddle boarding, boating, and swimming, and that match well with its subtropical climate. Hence Waiheke is a popular holiday spot, especially during the summer season. The main local employment is hospitality.

Waiheke Island was rated the fifth-best destination in the world to visit in 2016 by Lonely Planet, and also voted the fourth best island in the world in Condé Nast Traveler's 30 Best Islands in the World list. Many visitors follow a wine-tasting circuit to some of the almost 30 vineyards and wineries. The climate is well-suited to growing Bordeaux-type grapes, and some Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc varieties. Understandably, Waiheke is known as New Zealand's "island of wine." Others join guided walking or cycling tours of the beaches and bush, and learn of the nature and history of the island, and Maori culture.

The island attracts creative types – artists, foodies, hippies, musicians along with festivals. Stand on a hill and take in the blue ocean, peninsulas, vineyards and olive groves. There is a zip-line you can search out, and walking trails. Get around on a hire bicycle, scooter or car. At the eastern end of the island the Stony Batter walkway leads you to a system of World War II gun emplacements and underground tunnels. Most of Hauraki Gulf is part of the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park.

Cruises visiting Waiheke Island in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

19

JAN

Seabourn Encore cruises

14

NIGHTS

Seabourn Encore cruises Up to $100 OBC

$10,998

$786

19

JAN

Seabourn Encore cruises

30

NIGHTS

Seabourn Encore cruises Up to $100 OBC

$22,178

$739

19

JAN

Seabourn Encore cruises

30

NIGHTS

Seabourn Encore cruises Up to $100 OBC

$21,079

$703

20

FEB

Seabourn Encore cruises

16

NIGHTS

Seabourn Encore cruises Up to $100 OBC

$10,698

$669

Waiheke Island cruises

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Australia & New Zealand Cruise 7014
Waiheke Island cruises from Waiheke Island 2019-2020-2021
16 nights from
$10,698
Australia & New Zealand Cruise 7014
Waiheke Island cruises from Waiheke Island 2019-2020-2021
16 nights from
$10,698