Vessels of the mega-rich visiting NZ generated $40m-plus last summer, report shows.
A study of the superyacht industry has found visiting vessels generated more than $40 million for New Zealand last summer – which could rocket if facilities were expanded. The report found that during the 2013/14 season, 37 superyachts ranging from 24m to the submarine-styled 112m “A”, visited the country. More than $31 million was spent in the marine services sector and $8.25 million in the tourism sector. More . .
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