Predictwind Logo

Otago Harbour

Marina Image

Otago Harbour

Marina in New Zealand

The Otago Harbour entrance lies between Heyward Point and Taiaroa Head. The harbour channel extends 5 nautical miles to Port Chalmers, then a further 7 nautical miles to the city of Dunedin. From Taiaroa Head to the container terminal at Port Chalmers, the harbour is dredged to accommodate vessels with a maximum draught of 13.5 metres, thus enabling large container ships to make Port Chalmers th

0 Ratings
View Website
Facilities
icon
Petrol
icon
Diesel
icon
Water
icon
Toilets
icon
Food
icon
Medical Facilities
-45.80850 N, 170.62739 E
Info
Active Winter Community?
Yes
Manoeuvrability
Fair
Current/Tidal Flow
Negligible
Visitor Berths
Yes
VHF Channel
VHF CH 14
Weather
Mon
5AM - 9AM
20 May 2024
wind icon
Light and variable.
temp icon
−2–6°C
wave icon
E 0.5m at 9s period
sun icon
UV Index: 0 - Low
rain icon
Cloudy
Mon
9AM - 1PM
20 May 2024
wind icon
Light and variable.
temp icon
5–8°C
wave icon
E 0.5m at 10s period
sun icon
UV Index: 0 - Low
rain icon
Cloudy
Mon
1PM - 5PM
20 May 2024
wind icon
Light and variable.
temp icon
1–8°C
wave icon
E 0.4m at 10s period
sun icon
UV Index: 0 - Low
rain icon
Cloudy
local knowledge on phone

Get more info and accurate weather forecasts.

Download the PredictWind App for world-leading weather forecasts and info on your next destination including marine locations, amenities, activities, attractions, local hazards and more.

Explore other Marinas in Otago
Queenstown Marina

Queenstown Marina

Marina in Otago
The Lakes Marina Project is not just a place to park watercraft; it's a system designed to make the lake accessible in a safe and practical way. The Marina promotes alternative modes of transportation while serving both locals and the tourism and adventure industries. Queenstown Marina is a world-class Marina that offers a full range of services on the shores of New Zealand's beautiful Lake Wakatipu. It accommodates both long-term and short-term users. Lakes Marina Projects Ltd (LMP) has established the following rules to regulate the efficient and harmonious operation of Queenstown Marina. The rules are also intended to ensure the safety and enjoyment of berth holders and visitors to the Marina. Short-term and day boaters can moor their vessels and use Marina services at daily or weekly rates. Fuel pumps located on the breakwater provide both diesel and petrol via a self-service pump. Marina users can use either side of the breakwater to fuel. The public may fuel their vessels on the outside of the floating attenuator. A sewage pump-out will be available next to the fuel pumps. Valet cleaning and maintenance services can be provided at an additional charge to help users keep their vessels in good condition and ready to go. The Marina's public areas will be open during normal business hours. The entire Marina facility is under video surveillance, and access to berths is strictly controlled through an access control system. Parking facilities are also access controlled. A secure parking facility, available for both Marina clients and the general public, is conveniently located near the Marina.
View Details