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The Millennium Cup: 5 days sailing in the Bay of Islands

The Millennium Cup: 5 days sailing in the Bay of Islands

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Waiti Bay

Awake and paddle board the deserted coastline.

A short 15 nautical mile sail past craggily majestic Nine Pin Rock, famed for framing many a hairpin turn by competitors in the NZ Millennium Cup, leaves guests to alight on Waiti Bay, in the Cavalli Islands.

Dive the Rainbow Warrior wreck or take in a game of golf at the stunning Kauri Cliffs golf course. Take a drive up to the famous Manganui Fish and Chip Shop or take a helicopter ride from there to the Northland sand dunes for a quad bike tour of Ninety Mile Beach.

“The coastlines of Whangaruru, just South of the Bay of Islands, and Whangaroa, to the North of the Bay of Islands, epitomise the beauty of New Zealand,” adds Paige Cook of Yachting Developments. “They offer further opportunities for extended cruising in the region”.

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