2019Thu25Apr11:15 am2:15 pmANZAC Day Sailing11:15 am - 2:15 pm New Zealand Maritime Museum, Corner of Quay and Hobson Street, Auckland 1140Type:Museums and Galleries,School HolidaysWhere:Central AucklandAges:All Ages
(Thursday) 11:15 am - 2:15 pm
Join NZ Maritime Museum on the heritage motor launch, NAUTILUS, for a special ANZAC sailing of remembrance on Thursday 25th April. 1 hour ANZAC Sailings, departing at 11:15am & 1:15pm on
Join NZ Maritime Museum on the heritage motor launch, NAUTILUS, for a special ANZAC sailing of remembrance on Thursday 25th April.
1 hour ANZAC Sailings, departing at 11:15am & 1:15pm on Thursday 25 April
About the NAUTILUS
In 1913, Frederick H.E. Chester who was based in Belfast, Christchurch had Nautilus built by prominent boat-builders, Collings and Bell, in St Mary’s Bay, Auckland. As part of a public campaign, spearheaded by the Governor General, in 1915, Chester offered her for use onboard the New Zealand hospital ship, Marama. When in service for the war, Marama was doing harrowing trips in the Mediterranean and across the English Channel. Nautilus undertook several trips back to New Zealand with recuperating soldiers, stopping at ports for coal and supplies along the way.
Bookings essential. Please call (09) 373 0800 or email email@example.com to reserve your place.
Children from $12
Adults from $25
Seniors from $20
New Zealand Maritime MuseumConnecting you with Aotearoa New Zealand's stories of the sea. Museum entry is FREE for all Auckland region residents with proof of address.Phone: 09-373 0800 Corner Quay and Hobson Streets, Viaduct Harbour Auckland, New Zealand 1010