November 14-24, 2022
This exciting new tour to New Zealand provides a comprehensive view of landscapes, seascapes, and sheepscapes. Aboard the newly renovated Heritage Adventurer, this 10-day voyage also includes visits to world-famous wineries, the wilds of Marlborough Sounds, plus two days in Fiordland.
For those who love fiber, few places can offer both the history and diversity of New Zealand's sheep heritage. And for those whose interests are more aligned with a fine Chardonnay, there are local wineries to explore as well. Designed to satisfy the most avid fiber enthusiasts, this trip will also include countless highlights of New Zealand's flora and fauna, In fact, part of the trip traces Captain Cook's visit in 1773 where Fiordland Crested Penguins and Bottlenose Dolphins can still be found.
What's the difference between a traditional cruise ship and Heritage Adventurer?
Heritage Adventurer is a purpose-built expedition ship. Owing to its relatively small size—just 135 passengers—It is able to navigate remote inlets and shallow water islands. Most of our time onboard will be spent eating or sleeping. No nightly floor shows or slot machines, just a gentle passage through the sea as we circumnavigate nearly two thirds of New Zealand's glorious coastline.
All onboard meals
All listed excursions
All Zodiac cruises
What's Not Included
Ship and Guide Gratuities
Price per person sharing $6,875 Single Cabin $8,975
For a complete list of cabin selections please download our brochure.