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Marinas in Southland

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Marinas in Southland
Milford Sound Marina

Milford Sound Marina

Marina in Southland
Commercial harbour: used mainly for tour operators Deep within Fiordland National Park lies Milford Sound, New Zealand’s most stunning natural attraction. With its magical combination of mountain peaks, ink-dark waters and superb dramatic forest-clad cliffs, it must be seen to be believed. If you're a sailor (or a boatie, as we call them here in New Zealand), you can visit Milford Sound in your own boat. Make sure you prepare for your Milford Sound sailing trip by checking the DOC website. Remember that Milford Sound is one of 10 marine reserves in the Fiordland National Park area. Visit Milford Sound to experience the beauty of this pristine scenic destination, a must-do on every New Zealand itinerary.
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Pearl Harbour Manapouri

Pearl Harbour Manapouri

Marina in Southland
Seaplane Boat ramp Launches Helipad Slipway Wear a lifejacket All vessels must have suitable lifejackets, easily accessible, for each person on board. They must be worn at all times on vessels 6 metres and under and at times of increased risk on all other vessels. Communication Make sure somebody knows where you are going and when you are expected back. Contact Bluff Fishermen’s radio on VHF Ch 63. Take at least two forms of communication with you – VHF radio, flares, cell phone in a waterproof bag, EPIRB. Be prepared Make sure you have the necessary equipment – anchor, bailer, oars, spare fuel, torch, first aid kit and warm clothes. Take care Use caution and ensure you have plenty of room on the water when towing. Watch out for anyone in the water. Avoid alcohol when boating VHF radio distress calls are transmitted on VHF channel 16. This channel is monitored 24 hours per day and dedicated to distress, safety and calling.
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