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It is rare to find a place where time stands still,  a big part of what makes Fiordland special is its isolation, no roads or mobile phones mean you can truly connect with friends, family and nature without distraction. Endless changing landscapes present themselves as we move around the Fiords with native flora and fauna are on show around every corner.  As well as natural beauty this area is rich in European and Maori history. Learn about early interactions between Captain James Cook and the takata whenua of Tamatea/Dusky sound in 1773 or delve into the groundbreaking conservation work undertaken here to establish some of the first predator free islands in the world. 

Kent, Whangarei

'Our time on MV Pembroke for 6 nights was so good we came back the following year for 7! Diving in Dusky, Breaksea and Doubtful, being taken ashore to spend time in the bush, and the sites and sounds of Fiordland from the vessel are all very special, but having an experienced Skipper like Mitch who knows the boat and the sounds and Katherine who knows about food too looking after you makes it even better. See you next year!'
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