Napier, New Zealand Cruise Port

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About Napier, New Zealand

In 1931 a disastrous earthquake destroyed the city. The earthquake heaved 40 square kilometres of water covered land above sea level. Rebuilding began, resulting in Napier becoming the art deco capital. With Napier being a coastal town there are a wide variety of water sports, fishing trips, pleasure cruises and also night cruises which are very popular. Other activities include windsurfing, jet skiing, kayaking, canoeing and parasailing - all available on the waterfront.

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greglj

Nice city however we never got into port until late on a Sunday so most shops closed but nice place to stretch your legs

Visited: Mar 01, 2018

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johnnierainey

We took a tour down to Kidnappers point, saw some sheep shearing and enjoyed wonderful scenery. Following afternoon tea we called back at Napier for an hour before re-boarding the Lollipop. Napier had a huge earthquake some years ago. The locals had the bright idea to rebuild the city in ArtDeco style...Wow! What a beautiful little city, terrific promenade, fantastic sights to be seen everywhere you go. Everything, and I mean everything was in ArtDeco style. Truly a wonder to behold.

Visited: Jan 02, 2017

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teresarogers

The Alpine express tour was fantastic although we did have to wait quite a while. Sit on the right hand side for best views and there's a carriage without Windows for photos, get back there at the start as it gets really crowded.

Visited: Dec 18, 2011

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