Auckland Bridge Climb

This incredible adventure takes you under, around, up and over the Auckland Harbor Bridge, the second-longest road bridge in New Zealand and a city icon.

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  • Age
    All ages
  • Duration
    Approximately 2½ hours

New for 2019

After a 15-minute transfer to the bridge climb base, get briefed and suited up with your all-weather outerwear and safety gear.

Then head out on your bridge climb, which may sound strenuous, but is actually a fairly leisurely walk along the gently curved arches of the bridge, suitable for a range of ages and fitness levels. You will be clipped into a safety rail, giving you an even greater sense of security.

Your guide will take you along custom-engineered walkways and point out not only the landmarks of the Auckland skyline, but also the impressive engineering of the bridge itself, a steel box-truss construction opened in 1959. Also hear stories about Auckland and its culture, and even have a few laughs about quirky facts.

No doubt, you will be astounded by amazing perspectives on Waitemata Harbor and Auckland as you make the 1½-hour guided walk along the bridge. The most stunning panorama is enjoyed at the bridge’s summit, which stands 200 feet above the water. Another highlight is a stop at the bungy jump platform, where you might see adrenaline junkies taking the plunge.

Your own enthralling yet more conservative bridge experience drawing to a close, walk back down to base to meet your minivan for the return transfer to your Crystal ship.

Important Notes:
Guests must be a minimum of seven years old, be in good physical condition, and be able to walk unassisted in order to participate. This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties. It is recommended that guests dress in casual clothing, sunglasses, and sunscreen, as well as wear flat, comfortable, closed-toe sports shoes. All participants will be provided with a bridge-climb suit and helmet, both of which are mandatory. For safety reasons, photography is not permitted, and cameras, mobile phones, loose clothing or loose equipment cannot be carried onto the bridge. Lockers for personal belongings are provided at base. This excursion will operate in all weather conditions.