Join the friendly crew aboard the M.V Lakeland Queen for an unforgettable morning cruise across Lake Rotorua.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast and take in the spectacular views including Mokoia Island, Kawaha Point, and Sulphur Bay. Sip on your Tea or Coffee, relax and take in the captain's commentary - there's no better way to start the day!
Departures: 7am & 8am
Duration: 1 hour
Freshly baked breakfast rolls and croissants served with a variety of jams and butter
Cereals and Fruits
Fresh orange juice
Selection of Fine Tea and Coffee
About The Lakeland QueenThe Lakeland Queen was built locally in 1986 and modeled on the famous Mississipi riverboats making her ideal for the shallower waters of Lake Rotorua. A genuine stern wheel paddle steamer, she is powered by a 240 hp Cummins diesel engine driving an 8 bladed stern paddle. A true icon of the region the recently refurbished 'Grand Old Lady of the Lake' can cater for up to 250 seated guests and is a real must do during your Rotorua Visit.
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