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Sunny days in Nelson

Posted by Heidi on 10 February 2011

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Hey Everyone
We've had some fantastic weather in Nelson recently and very hot. Now the temperatures are back to normal - with warm sunny days and cloudless blue skies !
Come and explore the Abel Tasman National Park - book the Seashuttle which will take you by boat from Nelson to Kaiteriteri daily departures 8:15 am / return from Kaiteriteri at 4:30 pm ! Walk and cruise options available too :)

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Nelson Departure to Abel Tasman National Park

Posted by Heidi on 17 December 2010

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Staying in Nelson ? Why not take the boat from there to the Abel Tasman ?

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Nelson - Abel Tasman ferry service starts next month

Posted by Heidi on 17 November 2010

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NEW Nelson to Kaiteriteri ferry Service will begin before Christmas !
After just 25 weeks of construction, Abel Tasman Sea Shuttle's new innovative $1.2 million vessel "The Crusader", is nearing completion. The 150-seater catamaran will ferry people from Nelson at the Top of the South Island to Kaiteriteri at the beginning of the Abel Tasman National Park and back once a day and for the rest of the day will be the flagship of the Kaiteriteri to Totaranui and return run during the rest of the day!
Only in operation during the height of the tourist season.
The new boat gives the opportunity for visitors to have a choice of either coach or boat to the Abel Tasman National Park
Building the boat has been a seven day affair since it started. During the time of being built only one weekend has been taken off.

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Summer is not far away - Abel Tasman National Park - Abel Tasman Voyager

Posted by Heidi on 13 July 2010

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Tourism flagship gets a once over
"The flagship vessel of Wilsons Abel Tasman is receiving alterations to reduce its wake and improve efficiency as it ferries visitors up and down the Abel Tasman National park coastline.
The 20 m long catamaran Abel Tasman Voyager which was launched approx 2 years ago, is being lenghtened by 1.2 m and having hydrofoils fitted among other maintenance improvements.
The chief executive from Wilsons Abel Tasman tourism business says that changes would minimise the vessel's wake which is positive in the kayaking mecca of the National Park. Speed will be boosted without affecting fuel consumption.
The Voyager can carry up to 140 passengers and during peak season travels up and down the coastline three times a day. The work is done at a Nelson Marine company at Port Nelson"
Article extracted from the Nelson Evening Mail Sat 10 July 2010

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