If you only have one day to explore the Abel Tasman National Park, then spend it with Abel Tasman Charters. Come and enjoy a scenic cruise, swim, kayak and walk some of the Abel Tasman Coastal Track. Let our knowledgeable skippers show you the unique history, ecology and wildlife of New Zealand's Abel Tasman. Or just relax on board and enjoy the views - if you have longer, why not stay overnight? Enjoy the personal attention only a small group tour allows.
Cruise the Abel Tasman in style aboard one of our comfortable catamarans and enjoy our 6 hour "Best Abel Tasman Day Trip".
Cruise the coastline, kayak, swim, snorkel, photograph the wildlife, bird watch, be dropped off for a bush walk or just relax.
Tea, coffee and a delicious lunch are provided. So book your cruise now.
Enjoy the luxury of having the boat exclusively for 6 hours.
Treat yourself, charter one of our boats for a couple or a group.
Cruise the Abel Tasman's hidden bays and beaches spending as long as you wish, with the skipper as your personal guide.
Design your own day in paradise.
Join us for an exclusive charter scenic cruise and sleep over in the Abel Tasman National Park's Anchorage Bay.
Stay when others go home.
Enjoy a romantic evening stroll along the beach to see the glow-worm cave.
Or enjoy star gazing, the Abel Tasman night sky is beautifully clear without the lights of nearby cities.
We offer cruises on our two comfortable catamarans.
Taranui (the Maori name for a New Zealand tern you'll see on your cruise) is an 11 metre, semi-displacement, power catamaran.
Torea (the Maori name for the New Zealand oyster catcher), is a stable, quiet, 14 metre, full-displacement cat, with a beautiful timber interior.
"The trip was recommended and booked by our travel agent in Auckland and it was worth every penny. The small group, relaxed itinerary and a great host / captain made this a perfect day. Beach walk, forest walk and kayaking are all on the menu. The on-board lunch was beyond expectation. Rod is the right guy to do this type of trip with.
AJB Canada, March 2016