A visit to Wellington without a
mermaid encounter is a wasted
It is easy to see why. From the moment you enter, your eyes are gifted in the most pleasurable way by an array of the most stunningly beautiful women ever assembled.
We pride ourselves in offering very distinct entertainment, We offer a bar, large stage, comfortable view seating, mermaid tank, casino and 3 private theatres for that enchanting one to one with a mermaid. You will be surprised at the relaxed environment and delightful conversation enjoyed with any of The
Clubs' dancers and staff.
The full service bar provides everything from your favourite domestic beers to special imports, to mixed drinks, to top-end champagnes. What ever your taste,
this club can easily accommodate.
Couples have found the club environment to be as equally entertaining and comfortable for women as it is for men. There are few experiences more ultimately satisfying than having your wife or girlfriend enjoy a beautiful entertainer's lap dance for the first, second or third time.
From 3 month up to one year
All dancers are required to dance for 3 songs on the stage in a rotation
basis. Dancers earn tips when
they performing on the stage. It
is a MUST that the dancers should take off their G-string by the middle of
the third song during their performance on the stage.
The Dancers is also required to perform different kind of shows or
any other skills they have which can bring the customers atmosphere up and
will tip more.
The dancers can wear what ever they feel attractive in, preferably
costumes, lingerie or sexy outfit. However,
it is a rule that the dancers must change their outfit after they been on
The dancers will receive the following amount for the private lap dance
The dancers will receive 100% of their tips earned, private lap dance,
drink commission on various drinks. Dancers
usually earn around It depends on the popularity of the dancers
The dancers need to pay $30 a shift, mainly to cover the hostess and
expense for show.
The club will provide free accommodation for the dancers – since the
accommodation to the club is very close their will be no other
transportation cost. Airfares
are pay by the dancers.
Map taken from lonelyplanet.com
About the Country:
268,798 Sq Km (103,783 Sq Mi)
& GEOGRAPHY: New Zealand is located in the Southwest Pacific Ocean and consists of two main islands as well as a number of smaller ones. The principal islands are the North and South Islands which are separated by the Cook Strait. North Island has a mountainous center with many hot springs and volcanic peaks while it also contains the country's longest river, the Waikato and the largest lake, Lake Taupo. South Island is much more mountainous with the Southern Alps, which has some 350 glaciers, running across the length of the island. Much of the lowlands are broken and hilly while plains are not prominent on either island. The largest area of level lowland is the Canterbury Plains on the east side of South Island. Major Cities (pop. est.); Auckland 336,500, Christchurch 308,800, Manukau 243,400, North Shore 163,600, Wellington 153,800 (1995). Land Use; forested 27%, pastures 50%, agricultural-cultivated 14%, other 9% (1993).
New Zealand has a temperate climate dominated by the east moving anti cyclones that bring clear skies or fog while weather conditions are highly changeable throughout the year. All months are moderately wet while the high mountains carry snow throughout the year. Average annual precipitation varies between 600 and 1,500 mm (24 and 59 inches). Average temperature ranges in Wellington are from 6 to 12 degrees Celsius (43 to 54 degrees Fahrenheit) in July to 13 to 21 degrees Celsius (55 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit) in January.
CURRENCY: The official currency is the Dollar (NZD) divided into 100 Cents.
Gross National Product; USD $44,660,000,000 (1993). Public Debt; NZ $29,565,000,000 (1994). Imports; NZD $18,468,900,000 (1994). Exports; NZD $19,827,000,100 (1994). Tourism Receipts; USD $1,165,000,000 (1993). Balance of Trade; NZD $1,358,200,000 (1994). Economically Active Population; 1,730,000 or 48.8% of total population (1995 est.). Unemployed; 6.3% (1995 est.).