Picton Cruises

Picton seen from the top of Tirohanga Track
Picton seen from the top of Tirohanga Track

Situated at the heart of New Zealand’s Marlborough region, Picton is an ideal gateway between the north and south islands.[ReadMoreMob] But this charming little coastal township is much more than a stop-off point for tourists and travellers, it’s a destination worth visiting, exploring and enjoying in its own right.

Nestled within Shakespeare Bay, peaceful Picton is surrounded by beautifully scenic landscapes of rolling forested hills and valleys, and turquoise waters that beg for exploration. There are spectacular walking trails, passing through coastal forests, sandy bays and peaks that present superb views of Picton and across glorious waterways nearby, while you could opt to take to the Marlborough Sounds by boat in search of native marine life. The sounds are alive with dolphins, orcas, humpback whales, penguins, various seabird species, and much more.

From Picton, the Marlborough wine region – famous for its delicious Sauvignon Blanc – is within reach too; on tour, you can visit one of the local vineyards to learn about the local tipples, how they’re produced, and of course sample some of the finest wines at source.

Cruises to Picton

Garden by the bay, Singapore, Asia Garden by the Bay, Singapore Around the World Voyage

World Cruise • S2402

Sun 07 Jan 2024
101 nights
  • Experience an around the world cruise on Borealis
  • Discover a mix of cultural and natural wonders 
  • Explore Sydney, Singapore, Mumbai and New Zealand
Sydney Harbour, Australia Sydney Harbour with Opera House, Australia View of Sydney Harbor with Opera House and Bridge, Australia

World Cruise from Liverpool to Southampton • S240102

Fri 05 Jan 2024
103 nights
  • Experience the thrill of an around the world voyage on Borealis
  • Discover a mix of cultural, historical and natural wonders 
  • Find paradise at Pacific Islands and explore Sydney, Singapore and Mumbai.
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