Perhaps the real life in this harbour, known as the "Capital of Sailing", should be such a calm, where the sky and the lake are set against each other, and the scenery is picturesque. Many people own private boats, so sailing enthusiasts from all over the world will often Patronizing the leisurely seabirds swaying in the wind, I also came to experience the feeling of sailing out to sea.
Auckland is also known as the "Capital of Thousand Sails". The annual Auckland Annual Regatta is held on the last Monday of January. Thousands of sails are held simultaneously and the scene is spectacular. One of the four major international regattas, the Auckland International Regatta is also here. If you like to watch sailing races, you can choose a good time to come here. Near the Oakland Bay Bridge is the famous sailing club in Oakland. This attraction is free, but it is very worth visiting here. It shows the beauty of the city of a thousand sails!
The Oakland Sailing Pier, also known as the America’s Cup Sailing Village, is located in the "Capital of Sails"-Oakland, the central port and is one of the most famous attractions in Oakland. In the blue bay, sailing boats with colorful sails shuttled across the sea. Looking ahead, the ten thousand masts moored in the harbor and the adjacent harbour bridge, under the shining of orange sunlight, formed an extremely magnificent picture. Guests can not only enjoy various types of sailing yachts, but also the famous America’s Cup sailing yachts.
We returned along the walking path and turned towards the sky tower. The main road seen here is much wider in the South Island. There are also several times more cars. If you are coming to Auckland for the first time, it is recommended to adapt to two days before driving. The sidewalk traffic lights in New Zealand are very interesting. There is a big button on the side of the street. It is big, about the size of a palm. If you don't press it, the sidewalk lights are off. After you press it down, the light turns red, about 2-3 minutes later, it turns green. When you hear "piu" at the same time, you can pass, and you can hear the sound of "beep beep" while passing.
The scenery in front of you is really refreshing! So beautiful
Preston_Dominguez: 10 Tamaki Dr, Orakei Bay, Auckland 1071
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Mission Bay,Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter & Underwater World,MJ Savage Memorial Park,North Head,Auckland Sailing Club