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Kiwi breakfast for all in Monaco

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New Zealand representatives will host a breakfast on Sept. 26 during the Monaco Yacht Show to showcase the cruising options within the island nation.



The presentation runs from 8-9:45 a.m. in Virage Restaurant (just beside New Zealand Street) and is open to yacht captains and crew with an interest in cruising New Zealand.



The event is coordinated by Tourism New Zealand, ATEED (Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development) and Jeanette Tobin from Asia Pacific Superyachts New Zealand. Presentations will be based on New Zealand’s diverse landscapes — from subtropical sandy beaches in the north, over alps, past volcanic fields, through the sounds and fjords of the south.



“For visitors who cruise here, they’re able to see a lot in a small amount of time and distance,” Tobin said. “New Zealand is dotted with small ports that can be used to berth while accessing beautiful spots.”

For more information, e-mail Tobin at Jeanette@asia-pacific-superyachts.com.

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