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Marinas in Northland

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Marinas in Northland
Bay of Islands Marina - Port Opua

Bay of Islands Marina - Port Opua

Marina in Northland
Bay of Islands Marina is a full service, 400-berth facility on the threshold of one of New Zealand’s premier marine playgrounds. It’s an ideal place to call home. Rest and recharge in this peaceful spot with your boat safely tucked into a world-class marina facility, protected from the ocean swells by the 144 island gems that give the bay its Bay of Islands Marina is in Port Opua, the primary port of entry to New Zealand for yachties arriving in New Zealand from the Pacific. It boasts a safe, well-marked and easy approach by both day and night, with customs and quarantine berths conveniently situated on the outer breakwater of the marina. Recently expanded, the marina has a range of berths available for both long and short-term lease. There are hot showers, pump-out facilities, a diesel fuel dock, wi-fi and postal services, and live-aboards are very welcome. The adjacent Port Opua Marina Park is home to a wide array of marine services – all within walking distance. These include travel lift haul-out and hardstand, catamaran haul-out, boat builders and riggers, painters, refrigeration, mechanics, electronics, chandlery, car hire, insurance and boat brokers, storage facilities, a laundry, a cafe and a hairdresser. Opua is located five minutes by road from Paihia, the heart of the Bay of Islands. It is 20 minutes from Kerikeri and Bay of Islands Airport, and just short water crossing from historic Russell. Our friendly marina staff are just a call away. Or simply pop into the marina office for all the help and advice you need about your new port of call.
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Doves Bay - KeriKeri Cruising Club

Doves Bay - KeriKeri Cruising Club

Marina in Northland
The Kerikeri Cruising Club and Marina are located at the entrance to the Kerikeri Inlet on the doorstep of the Bay of Islands. Has facilities include a 193 berth marina, boat launching ramp, diesel fuel jetty, short term haulout facility, showers and laundry facility. We host year-round keelboat racing and have an active centreboard fleet. Our clubhouse and bar with their panoramic water views can be hired for weddings & other private events.
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Marsden Cove Marina

Marsden Cove Marina

Marina in Northland
Marsden Cove Marina resides in the centre of the Marsden Cove canal housing development, found just inside the entrance of the picturesque Whangarei Harbour. The Marina’s extensive facilities include a world-class 236 berth Marina, complete with customs services, fuel dock, a range of waterfront retail facilities and Northland’s most popular public boat ramp. The unique marine based development is ideal for water and boating activities as it has complete tidal access to and from the marina. Customs “Q” Dock is located at the end of C Pier, which is the third on your starboard side as you enter the marina. More information about customs clearance on the website.
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Riverside Drive Marina

Riverside Drive Marina

Marina in Northland
Riverside Drive Marina Haulout and Hardstand Riverside Drive Marina is a hardstand, haul out, complete working marina nestled in the sheltered waters of the Hatea River just minutes from downtown Whangarei. Riverside Drive Marina has been operating since 1976. Blending know-how and experience together, the team offer a comfortable, affordable home base for your stay in New Zealand. Reservations are accepted for those wanting to plan ahead. Convenient on-site marine services, floating berths, numerous marina amenities, and a short walk to town make the decision to stay at RDM an easy choice. For many yachties, it becomes a place to make boat repairs and re-energize before continuing their journey.
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Tinopai Marina

Tinopai Marina

Marina in Northland
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Whangarei Marina

Whangarei Marina

Marina in Northland
Berth your boat in Whangarei Harbour's unique marina right in the centre of town. Hop off the boat and get a great cup of coffee or cool beer at one of the quayside restaurants and cafes. Stroll over to the swimming baths and fitness centre. Take a longer walk through one of the many picturesque native forest walks. The children will love the huge playground. Just a block or so away is also the shopping district, movie theater, medical and dental services, internet cafes ... and very importantly a large low-price supermarket to bunker up with. All this without the need of a car. If you do want a car to see more of New Zealand, there are cheap ones for sale or hire in town. After you have taken care of yourself you can organize some care for the boat. There are four major haul-out facilities in town and a well established boat service industry that survives on their reputation with visiting boats - see links. Being just a day's sail to world renowned spots like the Bay of Islands, Great Barrier Island, Auckland and the Tutukaka Coast (rated as one of the top dive spots in the world!), Whangarei is a great base to cruise around or just park for a while!
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Whangaroa harbour

Whangaroa harbour

Marina in Northland
Whangaroa Harbour (/ˈfæŋəroʊ.ə/; [faŋaɾɔa]), previously spelled Wangaroa Harbour, is an inlet on the northern coast of Northland, New Zealand. Whangaroa Bay and the Pacific Ocean are to the north. The small settlements of Totara North and Saies are on the west side of the harbour, Waitaruke on the south side, and Whangaroa on the east. State Highway 10 runs through Waitaruke. The name comes from the lament "Whaingaroa" or "what a long wait" of a woman whose warrior husband had left for a foray to the south. The harbour was formed when rising sea levels drowned a river valley about 6,000 years ago. Steep outcrops remain from ancient volcanic rocks.
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