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The Otunui Paddleboat has operated in New Zealand since 1907 and has explored several New Zealand waterways. The Otunui is an important part of New Zealand's Maritime history and part of our heritage. We offer 2 hour scenic cruises on the Wairoa River from Waimarino Adventure Park in Tauranga (www.waimarino.com).

For more facts go to Media Kit at the bottom of this page.

Bookings To make a booking please contact us on 027 418 3930 (go to the Contact Us page for more).

Contact Waverly on Wairoa, weddings@waimarino.com at for wedding venue reservations.

Contact Waimarino for kayaking, pedal boats, glow worm tours at info@waimarino.com.

About the cruise
The Otunui makes regular trips on some of New Zealand's most amazing waterways. The boat will cruise past wetlands and farmland showcasing New Zealand’s agricultural lifestyle and rural scenery. Visitors can relax on a leisurely 2 hour cruise. Other times by arrangement. More information will be posted at a later date.

The sights
We pass by native trees and wildlife and birdlife along the River's edge. For more information and to book please phone 0800688684.

The experience
A commentary will point out features as we pass by and give a history of the area. Any questions on the boat or the points along the way can be answered by the skipper or crew. The vessel is 70m long (60 ft) and has a draft of 0.6m. It is a steel hulled vessel.

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