E-Ko Tours

All year round

No Seasickness Guarantee and you will never miss your ferry! 

They guarantee this because the tours take place on the beautiful, clear waters of the Marlborough Sounds – waters that are super calm and timings that are integrated with the Interislander. Whether you are an avian admirer, landscape lover, mad about marine mammals, voracious for vino or hooked on history, these Marlborough Sounds tours will satisfy any area of curiosity. With much of the Marlborough Sounds region being inaccessible on foot, the best and only way to visit many areas is by boat.



For more info visit:

E-Ko Tours


On the Waterfront
1 Wellington St


+64 03 573 8040




The boats have steps and they require you to be able unassisted to move up and down them. If you are unable to walk onto the boat unaided, then you are unable to participate in an E-Ko Tour. If you are mobility impaired and arrange for your own assistance to accompany you then you are able to enjoy an E-Ko Tour. They are unable without prior arrangement to take any passenger onboard whom has a wheelchair due to staff insurance policy. Please email or call should any of the above affect you.

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