The ship does not publish day by day itineraries (what genuine expedition ever had a day by day itinerary) – instead each of their expeditions will have clear objective(s) and all the participants help determine just how those objectives are best achieved.

There are 14 fiords in the Fiordland National Park. They were carved out of the mountains about 20,000 years ago by glaciers. Only two of them, Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound, are accessible by road – the rest can only be reached by boat. They are amongst the most remote and inaccessible places in New Zealand.   These are just some of the expeditions you might find yourself enjoying. Expeditions that do what others do not – that is explore all of the fiords giving you the opportunity to see and experience everything that makes these fiords so unique and so alluring.

When: Numerous voyages from Aug – Dec 2002

Where: Stewart Island and the hidden fiords of New Zealand’s South Island.

Prices: Start at £5,200 per person for 8 days on board including flights.

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