Signs to the ferry terminal were few and far between and easily missed when heading north, but we found it in the end. Unfortunately a ship had lost a propeller a couple of weeks earlier so our sailing was delayed by nearly 2 hours to accommodate the additional passengers - it would have been nice to have received an e-mail advice as this altered and messed up our plans for the South Island. However, the crossing was smooth, albeit cold, but the scenery was spectacular. I would suggest getting something to eat and drink prior to reaching the ferry terminal as the selections are minimal and the woman looking after the register is not very nice.
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