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Oriana at Auckland
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Oriana at Auckland 11/02/05
· Date: Fri, 15 July 05 · Views: 255
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flyer682
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Sat, 16 July 05 02:40

Nice shot - Princes Wharf has certainly changed!
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Rutts

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Sat, 16 July 05 21:30

Certainly changed, but not for the better. The public viewing deck is up the first level at the end. More times than not the area is used as a dining area by the hotel. Nobody in authority seems to make a stand on behalf of the public's rights.

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bob johnston
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Mon, 7 November 05 16:52

I sailed in on Oriana in 2002 to Auckland I had not been there for 30 years , I was amazed as we docked and looked into hotel rooms early in the morning.It has changed a lot as many terminals have all over the world.
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Paul UK

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Mon, 7 November 05 18:05

I arrived there xmas 2002 on Regal Princess most strange to open your cabin doors and look in to someones room or worse they are looking at you.

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Rutts

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Tue, 8 November 05 02:26

Even when it was the old wharf with the top level being a carpark and viewing deck, you use to see some sights in the morning with some passangers not realising the ship had berthed. I am not sure who was more shocked the visitors on the wharf or the passenger who had just opened the curtains !!

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Tue, 8 November 05 06:07

Yes nice picture and terminal certainly changed since I lived there. Walked every inch of the old one and every inch of Oriana when aboard in June this year. All being well, will be back in May. David

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Rutts

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Mon, 28 April 08 04:19

Princes Wharf was in the news at the weekend after a death and an investigation is now underway.

Police say a man's body was found near the wharf edge just before 4am on Sunday.

They say the 24 year old man was reported to have been drinking with a group of friends on the eighth floor of an apartment and had been talking about jumping into the harbour from the balcony.

Clearly he missed and paid with his life.

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