Fergs Kayaks has freedom hire kayaks, that means you don't have to book, we already have a large fleet of kayaks just waiting for their turn to take you on an adventure.
Experience Auckland's Waitemata Harbour by boat and explore the coastline, or glide over Wellington's special deep water harbour that's nuzzled right up against the city's edge.
Grab your friends and enjoy the unique experience of cruising around by your own power. No booking required.
|Kayak Type||1 Hour||2 Hour||1/2 Day||1 Day||Each extra day|
|Single Sit On Top||$15||$25||$35||$50||$30|
|Double Sit On Top||$30||$50||$70||$100||$60|
|Single Sea Kayak||$20||$30||$45||$70||$35|
|Double Sea Kayak||$40||$60||$90||$140||$80|
|White Water Kayak||$30||$50||$35|
|Stand Up Paddle Board||$20||$30||$50||$80||$50|
Sea Kayak 10-Trip
Apply at Fergs Kayaks.
Look after your ticket and bring it in each time you hire. Fergs Kayaks does not accept responsibility for lost or mis-placed cards.
|Event Kayak Hire||$200 each|
|Event Transport for Kayak||$250 each||limited to 18 spaces on trailer|
Please contact us to make a booking
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