Waiheke Island - New Zealand

Waiheke is the second largest of the Gulf Islands lying 20km (12 miles) to the east of Auckland. The island, whose Maori name means "cascading waters" is a popular holiday destination featuring a chain of sandy surf beaches. The principal towns of Onetangi, Oneroa, Ostend, and Surfdale are clustered at the western end of the island. Visit the Waiheke Forest and Bird Reserve, various wineries or the Arts and Crafts Trail. The following 2 cruises call at Waiheke Island. Discover more by clicking the cruise name or ship or click the Enquire button if you want to check availability and pricing.