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Cruise departure from Picton Marina at 1.30pm daily for an afternoon scenic cruise in the Queen Charlotte Sound. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the area with seemingly endless bays and coves to explore and different scenery around each corner. Visit...more
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We thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of our experience with Seafood Odyssea Cruise. Online booking and subsequent phone contact was friendly, professional and understanding. Our captain and host, Hamish and Deb were knowledgeable, very helpful and fun! The boat was modern, safe and well equipped and...More
We went as part of a group tour. The cruise was spectacular and informative. I don’t eat seafood but my partner said the mussels, cockles and salmon was perfect. The wine was also well matched. Would throughly recommend this cruise.
One of our top three meals in New Zealand! This catamaran cruise off the Picton wharf had it all - beautiful scenery, delicious & fresh food, friendly & knowledgeable crew. Bowls of steamed green-lipped mussels fresh from the Queen Charlotte Sound, paired perfectly with local...More
Trip out to bay , very friendly , welcoming and informative. Delicious freshly cooked mussels and glass of wine. Walk up to viewing point on the bay followed by freshly barbecued salmon. Saw lots of dolphins as well as seals, blue cod and seabirds ....More
“Picton-perfect” day on the Queen Charlotte Sound. Our ship’s crew was very attentive, relaxed, and friendly. Combine this with a spotlessly clean ship, mouth-watering green-lipped mussels, savory clams steamed in butter and Sauvignon Blanc, grilled salmon, roast lamb, fresh salads, and pavlova with berries and...More
We had a lovely sunny day when we went & were lucky to see more dolphins & seals along the way.
Nice, roomy catamaran with a very good commentary, visiting a mussel farm & then a salmon farm, with delicious fresh mussels & clams to...More
My wife and I visited Picton during our Honeymoon in November. We did a combo trip of the Marlborough Icons and the Seafood Odyssea cruise.
Spent the morning wine tasting with Matt and then did the seafood cruise in the afternoon with Ryan. We had...More
Wow! Matt (skipper), Ryan and Deb were a wonderful crew. The boat cruise was fabulous! Matt taught us about the production of green muscles and showed us one of the salmon farms. Deb prepared and served fantastic steamed muscles, clams and also served us smoked...More
This was a great outing.
Lovely comfortable large boat, great informative commentary, delicious fresh green shelled mussels, clams and then smoked salmon with an ice cold Sauvignon Blanc wine.
A really relaxing day and interesting to learn about the salmon farm and mussel farm to...More
Response from ScottM_NZ | Property representative |
HI, thanks for the query. We do have a morning departure called Jing Cai Seafood Cruise which operates 3 mornings a week (Mon, Wed, Fri) 9.00am - 12.30pm. Then our afternoon Seafood Odyssea Cruise which oeprates... More
HI, thanks for the query. We do have a morning departure called Jing Cai Seafood Cruise which operates 3 mornings a week (Mon, Wed, Fri) 9.00am - 12.30pm. Then our afternoon Seafood Odyssea Cruise which oeprates 1.30pm - 5pm. our vessel Odyssea departs from Townwharf #5 so a 5 - 7 minute walk from the Picton Info Centre. The Cruise Ship shuttle bus is a free service from the Ship to the Info centre. So its all easy to get around and everything is nice and close. From your question I am unsure if your ship leaves at 5pm or 6pm if you have to be back by 5.30pm.. But being back by 5.30pm will be totally fine for our afternoon Seafood Odyssea Cruise. THANKS..