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Doves Bay - KeriKeri Cruising Club

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Doves Bay - KeriKeri Cruising Club

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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

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Electricity
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Petrol
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Diesel
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Water
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Wifi
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Showers
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Toilets
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Food
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Bar
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Haulout
-35.19438 N, 174.03445 E
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Manoeuvrability
Good
Approaches & Channel Marking
Excellent
Dock Type
Floating
Current/Tidal Flow
Negligible
Visitor Berths
Yes
Weather
Fri
5AM - 9AM
19 April 2024
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NW 3 knots increasing to 6 knots.
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Increasing from 14 to 17°C
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N 0.7m at 7s period
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Partly cloudy
Fri
9AM - 1PM
19 April 2024
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NW 7 knots increasing to 11 knots. Gusts up to 16 knots.
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17–20°C
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N 0.7m at 7s period
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UV Index: 4 - Moderate
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Cloudy
Fri
1PM - 5PM
19 April 2024
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NW 11 knots decreasing to 9 knots. Gusts up to 16 knots.
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20°C
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N 0.7m at 7s period
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UV Index: 4 - Moderate
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Cloudy
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