The New Destination for Skiers – New Zealand?

As thousands of young people experience the joys of snow in New Zealand for the first time in their lives, an international shipping company is alerting New Zealanders to the wonders of snow sports!
 
Aug. 15, 2011 - PRLog -- Seven Seas Worldwide, which helps move people’s excess baggage and personal items all over the world, has revealed a special box which has been designed for shipping skis & snowboards.

Director of Seven Seas Worldwide, John Henderson, explained how the expansion of snow sports in recent years convinced them that catering for the ski holidaymaker would be a wise move.  “The last few years have seen a growing trend in ski and snowboarding holidays so designing a box tailor-made for the ski-based holidaymaker – whether they were new to the slopes or self-confessed adrenaline junkies - made perfect sense for us.  And now New Zealanders can take advantage of our offer too thanks to the recent weather!”

Despite the unprecedented level of snowfall, Mr. Henderson was keen to point out the thriving skiing scene which exists in New Zealand. “There are a few notable ski resorts in New Zealand in actual fact; you just need to know where to look.  On the North Island there’s the stunning Whakapapa and Turoa areas at Mount Ruapehu and on the South Island you’ve got the beautiful Lake Tekapo which is perfect for beginners.”

Seven Seas Worldwide have depots all over the world for those looking to take skis, snowboards and other effects on holiday.  Visit the website www.sevenseasworldwide.com or call a member of the team on 0800 21 66 98.
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