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We have been sailing twice recently and the weather makes all the difference!
The first time we were unlucky to have a horrible, wet cold day - relentless wind and rain the entire day. A little rain on an otherwise good day would have been manageable though. Note there is no shelter on the boat so all the elements batter you while you are sitting still which makes it even worse. We tried having hot drinks but this only works for so long when the weather is that bad. My recommendation would be to reschedule if the weather is predicted to be like this as we were cold and miserable, plus we couldn't see much anyway in the way of scenery.
We unexpectedly were in the area about a month after our first bad experience and decided to give the trip another go on a beautiful sunny day and the experience was poles apart. There were just 4 of us on the boat this time and it was fantastic; the views were absolutely spectacular, we were able to see some seals and penguins and had a brilliant morning on the boat. Unfortunately, it was not quite warm enough to swim but still a beautiful morning. The skipper was fantastic both times and keen to show us as much as possible. Based on this experience, I would give the company 10 stars
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Superb day sailing from Kaiteri, great supper and small group. Remote deserted beach stops and the chance to spot seals in the sea.
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It was a quite nice trip with a catamaran, but it was said to be a SAILING trip and there was a lot of the way done by motor although there was some wind, so we were a little disappointed.
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Very nice!!! Good guide Mark, good information and stories.
Great for a slow, relaxing view at a beautiful place. Abel Tasman.
John & Myra Sloan
Great sail and walk.