NZ Herald – New Zealand holidays: Cruising and glamping in the Marlborough Sounds
“The vibe is relaxed and ripe for storytelling, so we spin yarns and share some laughs, which get heartier as the bottle of Pelorus empties.
That night, I fall asleep to the gentle lapping of the water on the side of the hull and a rocking motion, as if I’m lying in a hammock”
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Katabatic Charters Featured in Wild Tomato Magazine
A great article highlighting the maritime history of the Orchard family in Marlborough and the beginnings of Katabatic Charters.
“Katabatic is a low-key operation with the emphasis on encouraging guests to fish for their lunch or dinner and participate as much or as little as they want. Grant often catches kahawhai or kingfish on a lure and free dives for pauā and green-lipped mussels. Blue cod and gurnard are frequently caught as well…
“His main desire is to show off the Marlborough Sounds with their diverse scenery and colourful history.”