Experience Stewart Island! Come aboard Elwing! This is a ‘Combined Schools International Student Voyage’ and is perfectly suited to our International Students. You don’t need experience! You just need to want to experience new places and meet other people! Contact us if you think you might be interested in this voyage! Experience the wilderness of Stewart Island! firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve just added an upcoming voyages calendar and side-bar to this site. The idea being to make it obvious which adventure voyages are to where and when, and for whom.
Due to the visual nature of the layout, gaps which represent opportunities for ‘custom’ voyages, show up easily.
To accommodate the calendar style, we’ve redone the navigation to illustrate the relationships between voyage options and explanations of same.
Also recently Elwing Discoveries gained a Concession to operate on Dept. of Conservation land [Rakiura National Park], bordering the sea in the following areas, many of which have a distinct wilderness flavour:
- Stewart Island: Paterson Inlet, Port Adventure, Port Pegasus, and Southern Coastal areas. These include literally hundreds of anchorages such as Rakiura Track, Port William, Port Adventure, Lords River and in Paterson Inlet: North Arm and Ulva Island Bird Sanctuary, Ocean Beach, Fred’s Camp, The [Norwegian] Whalers Base near Miller’s Beach, Maori Beach, Christmas Village, Bravo Island and Pryse Peak.
Being just a small selection of what is possible!
Of significance to guests on Elwing is that as a Dept. of Conservation Concessionaire, Elwing’s crew, for example skipper and 1st mate, can guide and accompany trips on-shore, thus enriching the experience with local knowledge and interpretation.
Many of the above potential destinations are well within the scope of Elwing’s new overnight Stewart Island accommodation package – a distinct and unique way to spend the night on a mild and interesting adventure!
Welcome to the new Elwing Discoveries blog and web site, which is under construction as of Fri. 15th. Oct. 2010