Paul is widely experienced within the NZ tourism sector. Previously Chairman of Canterbury Tourism Paul is still a board member with Air New Zealand.
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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Rare dolphin calves are again being sighted in Akaroa Harbour
22 November 2013
Rare dolphin calves are again being sighted in Akaroa Harbour, which is always great news for the endangered species.
Spring has again seen Hector's dolphin calves spotted swimming with their mothers in the harbour, which is always exciting, Black Cat Cruises Managing Director Paul Bingham said.
Black Cat Cruises recognised in Lonely Planet's world's 'Best Marine Encounters'
13 November 2013
Leading Canterbury Tourism operator Black Cat Cruises is celebrating being recognised by Lonely Planet in a top 10 list of the world's 'Best Marine Encounters'.
The company's dolphin swimming operation was one of two New Zealand eco-tourism activities recognised by the influential international travel guide, the other one being Seal Swim Kaikoura.
Black Cat Cruises ready for another busy cruise ship season
14 October 2013
Leading Canterbury Tourism operator Black Cat Cruises is looking forward to the arrival of the summer season's first cruise ship on Wednesday which signals the start of another busy cruise season for Akaroa.
"We're ready and the town is ready," Black Cat Cruises Managing Director Paul Bingham said. "It's been a relatively quiet few months without the ships visiting."
After being delayed a day due to poor weather in the North Island the Sea Princess now arrives on Wednesday and is the first of 74 cruise port calls into Akaroa over the summer that will inject $30 million into the local economy.
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