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Paul Bingham
Managing Director

 

 

Paul is widely experienced within the NZ tourism sector. Previously Chairman of Canterbury Tourism Paul is still a board member with Air New Zealand.

 


Natasha Lombarrt
Sales & Marketing Manager

Natasha has a strong marketing and media background having previously worked in the UK for Hearst Media as Creative Solutions Manager for the Luxury Group which included Harper's Bazaar and Esquire magazines in its diverse media portfolio. English born and bred Natasha relocated to New Zealand for 'its lifestyle and landscape.'

"Black Cat creates some of the most memorable experiences to be had on the water in New Zealand, and it's great to now have my opportunity to play a role in that." 

 

 

 

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News Releases

10 April March 2014

Quail Island will once again be busy with keen chocolate egg hunters over the Easter weekend as Black Cat Cruises runs its annual Easter Egg hunt for the fifth time on the island.

It has become a local tradition for the tourism operator to give away thousands of Easter eggs as part of an Easter egg hunt on the Lyttelton Harbour Island every Easter holidays.

“It started off with us just taking 300 passengers over to Quail Island for the Easter egg hunt; now we fill each boat and will carry 1,200 passengers over to Quail Island on the Easter weekend,” Black Cat Group Cruises Sales & Marketing Manager Natasha Lombart said. “It’s been a sell out event the last few years so we urge people to buy in advance and avoid the disappointment of missing out.”

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10 April March 2014

Quail Island will once again be busy with keen chocolate egg hunters over the Easter weekend as Black Cat Cruises runs its annual Easter Egg hunt for the fifth time on the island.

It has become a local tradition for the tourism operator to give away thousands of Easter eggs as part of an Easter egg hunt on the Lyttelton Harbour Island every Easter holidays.

“It started off with us just taking 300 passengers over to Quail Island for the Easter egg hunt; now we fill each boat and will carry 1,200 passengers over to Quail Island on the Easter weekend,” Black Cat Group Cruises Sales & Marketing Manager Natasha Lombart said. “It’s been a sell out event the last few years so we urge people to buy in advance and avoid the disappointment of missing out.”

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Hector's dolphins looking for WWII underwater mines
1 April 2014

Leading New Zealand tourism operator Black Cat Cruises is working with the New Zealand Navy who are training Hector's dolphins to look for old World War II underwater mines off the Canterbury coast.

A spokesperson for the navy said that Hector's dolphins were highly intelligent and were proving very easy to train to locate potentially dangerous underwater mines left over from World War II. 

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Akaroa Info

Akaroa Information

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