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Ranked #2 Family-Friendly Attractions in Queenstown
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Recommended sightseeing time:90 minutes
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Steamer Wharf, Beach Street, Queenstown 9300Map

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The TSS Enslau steamship, known as the Princess of the Lake, was born in 1912 One by one It was a golden age in the history of steamships, including the world's famous cruise ship Titanic, and now as a coal-fired ferry ship she's been sailing for 100 years, Wakattipe. Lake Lake Wakatipu One of the most experienced tours on the lake Apart from being able to enjoy the fascinating landscape outside the window, boarding a steamboat allows you to travel through time in one second and feel the gorgeous European style of the early 20th century throughout the voyage, you can lean on the railing on the deck and have a look. The beautiful lakes and mountains in Backtown are also available if you are interested in going to the steam boiler room to understand the operation of the steam engine, although the black smoke is not so environmentally friendly for modern cities. Fortunately, this place in New Zealand is so good that it has little impact on the TIPS boat. There are usually several packages available for tickets, lunch, dinner or afternoon tea. Just as you need it.

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Known as the "Princess on the Lake", the TSS Earnslaw steamship (TSSEarnslaw) was born in 1912 - a golden age in the history of steamships including the world-famous cruise ship "Titanic" . Today, as a coal-fired ferry, she has sailed for 100 years and is a fascinating sight on Lake Wakatipu, transporting you back in time and enjoying the gorgeous European style of the early 20th century. During the voyage, you can lean on the railings on the deck and overlook the beautiful lakes and mountains of Queenstown. You can also climb the watchtower to steal the superb steering skills of the captain. You can also sneak into the steam boiler room to understand the operation principle of the steam engine.
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