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Auckland, known as the “City of Sails”, has moved from just being a destination point on a New Zealand cruise itinerary to the main hub for cruises to New Zealand.
Cruises from its Princes Wharf and Queens Wharf are available to Australia, Asia, the South Pacific and even further around the world.
Ready to set sail? We’ve got everything you need to know to depart Auckland by water – including the best cruise deals, cruise lines and how to get to and from the port.
You can travel the world if you choose to from Auckland. Here are the top cruising destinations that leave from Auckland’s ports. Click the links below to start exploring available cruises to each destination.
Cruises arrive and depart at Port Auckland’s principal cruise terminal, Princes Wharf. The nearby Queens Wharf is currently being redeveloped to become an additional cruise terminal.
Bus and train services to the city are available from the cruise terminals. Dedicated taxi stands are also available just outside the terminal. There are no public or long-term parking options available on-site.
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