Travel & Accommodation

Globe Travel

Karen Bowring established Globe Travel in Auckland, New Zealand in 2005 to fulfill the detailed travel demands of the sailing elite and to support the yachting industry in taking their innovative products and designs to the international market. Over the past several years the business has flourished and Globe Travel now caters to the yachting and sailing world around the globe, with clients in the US and Europe as well as New Zealand.

Karen Bowring
Mobile +64 21 656 761
Office +64 9 361 1526

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Sponsors SKYCITY are offering discounted room rates to attendees of The Superyacht Gathering.

Please contact Karen and the team at Globe Travel to access this discount.



We know that New Zealand’s Maori culture is a huge drawcard for visitors. If you are looking for a special and authentic experience during your time in Auckland, we can highly recommend the following options. Click on the company logos to learn more.


TIME Unlimited Tours offers unique Auckland Tours, Auckland Maori Tours, Walking Tours, Auckland Shore Excursions, Private Auckland Tours and Private New Zealand Luxury Tours.

Te Haerenga offers specialist walking tours of Auckland’s Islands, including Rangitoto and Motutapu. Knowledgeable Ngai Tai tribal guides will share with you traditional and contemporary stories linked to these beautiful islands.

Tamaki Hikoi - Experience Auckland's Māori people, culture and land. From the spiritual base of Orākei guests will get an understanding of what it takes for the people of Ngāti Whātua to live and thrive through extreme change and adversity.

Tour Bro. offers the discerning and adventurous traveller the opportunity to experience Auckland and New Zealand in a fully guided, intimate group adventure.

Te Toki Waka Hourua - Dedicated to revitalising and celebrating traditional Pacific voyaging culture. Spend time on the water on board Waka.

Potiki Adventures - Join a small group tour and view stunning Waiheke Island landscapes, contemporary and traditional Maori art practices and internationally renowned boutique wineries