Feel the wind in your hair with a sailing trip on board a historic vessel.
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Find out how the first polynesian explorers made their way to aotearoa
Meet New Zealand's modern day maritime heroes

Powerful ethereal imagery, compelling conceptual drawings and models make up the latest exhibition At the Water's Edge on at the New...

Ted Ashby sailing in the Waitemata Harbour

One hour heritage sailing trips on Ted Ashby head out twice a day, six days a week, so there is plenty of opportunity to climb on board.

The Maritime Museum is collaborating with Pecha Kucha Auckland on the next Pecha Kucha night "Where the city meets the sea" which will be...

See the well-loved show “The Pirate that Couldn’t Swim”, learn why different materials float or sink and take free activity trail through...

Auckland’s waterfront past, present and future. Join us for a weekend by the water and on the water! Visit us at the Eastern Viaduct...

The New Zealand Maritime Museum is running two extra sailings to take passengers out onto the harbour and sail around the massive new...

Aerial of Auckland Harbour 1940.

Essential repairs to fix the concrete beams and piles underneath Hobson Wharf will begin on September 5, 2016. A recent condition...

NZL 32, or Black Magic, the International America's Cup Class yacht that won the 1995 America's Cup.

Learn about NZ's astonishing maritime achievements, a country which has at one time or another held every significant sailing trophy in the...

Harry Hawker’s Nautilus cruising on the Avon-Heathcote Estuary in the 1920s. Courtesy of Christchurch City Libraries/Nautilus Restored. Photo: Seared Image

More than 100 years old, motor launch Nautilus spent part of her life rescuing injured troops during World War One. And after five years of...