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Package Details

  • SailGP 18 & 19 March
  • Window-side table for up to 6 people for $300
  • Bar stool tables with views for up to 4 people for $200
  • From 2pm to 5pm (racing between 3pm – 4:30pm)
  • Beverages and platters available for purchase
  • Racing will be livestreamed
  • Gondola ride additional
BOOK NOW – 6-seat window-side table
BOOK NOW – 4-seat bar stool table with views

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For enquiries about this unique opportunity, please contact our Business Development Manager: bdm@christchurchattraction.nz

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10 Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley, Christchurch 8022

Bird's-eye view of The ITM New Zealand Sail Grand Prix

The Christchurch Gondola has a private viewing room with window-side tables available to book both days of SailGP for a bird’s-eye view of the racecourse with platters & beverages available for purchase. Each window-side table seats up to six guests for $300.

Bar stool tables with views will also be available for $200 for up to four guests.

Commentated racing will be livestreamed to complement your viewing on 1-metre x 2-metre screens.

Book now to secure your seat to watch the racing from a unique perspective!

The two days of racing will take place in Whakaraupō, Lyttelton Harbour.

“SailGP is live action sailing as you’ve never experienced it before. It must be seen to be believed.

Watch huge 2 tonne hydrofoiling catamarans fly weightless across the water at electrifying speeds; 15 meters long yet vying for glory that comes down to inches at the finish.

Witness the thrills, spills, daring maneuvers and near misses as the boats push their limits racing through Whakaraupō, Lyttelton Harbour.” – SailGP

BOOK NOW – 6-seat window-side table
BOOK NOW – 4-seat bar stool table with views

Why Book With Us?

Book More & Save

Our combo products offer great value: the more activities you book, the more you save.

Recognised Leader

We’re Qualmark Gold accredited for our top safety and operating practices.

Locally Owned

We’ve been owned and operated by local Kiwi families since 2005.

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