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Marinas in Waikato
Kinloch Marina

Kinloch Marina

Marina in Waikato
The beautiful village of Kinloch is located 20 kms northwest of Taupo on the shores of Whangamata Bay, Lake Taupo. There, as its centrepiece, is our modern 142 berth marina. The marina is owned by Kinloch Marina Limited, being made up of share and unit titleholders. A Manager runs the Marina on behalf of a Board of Directors. Although a private marina, it is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC who pay a fee to use the facility. All boaties are welcome, for our marina truly is ‘the gateway to the Western Bays’ – the home of some of the best trout fishing in the world, and breathtaking scenery. Marina Rules The authority to enforce these rules is vested in the Marina Manager Ramp passes are to be purchased before launching. Ramp passes are per not transferrable. Annual ramp passes are to be fixed to the port side screen. Power loading vessels onto trailers (propelling) is not permitted as this causes erosion at the end of the concrete ramps.
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Lake Taupo Marina

Lake Taupo Marina

Marina in Waikato
No description available.
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Motuoapa Marina

Motuoapa Marina

Marina in Waikato
Modern but very small marina, with 240V power, water, boat ramp, permanent moorings
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Nukuhau Marina

Nukuhau Marina

Marina in Waikato
Commercial Marina, the left bank of the Waikato River, (larger marina on the right bank)
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Tairua Marina

Tairua Marina

Marina in Waikato
Tairua Marina is focused solely on lifestyle and taking the very best care of you and your boat. Tairua Harbour is tidal, access out to open water is dependent on the bar depth. The access channel matches the bar and has a depth of 1.5 metres at low tide.
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Thames Sailing Club

Thames Sailing Club

Marina in Waikato
The Thames Sailing Club Marina is located at Jellicoe Crescent, Thames, adjacent to the Shortland Wharf. Recently upgraded, this small tidal Marina provides a good, safe haven for boats. Our club facilities include large, purpose-built clubrooms with an observation deck, lounge, race tower, changing rooms, kitchen and easy access for launching of centreboard boats and small craft off the beach or boat ramp.
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Tokaanu Marina

Tokaanu Marina

Marina in Waikato
Tiny marina with few facilities
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Whangamata Marina

Whangamata Marina

Marina in Waikato
Situated inside the Whangamata harbour, in a very sheltered and secure location, the marina provides unparalleled access to wonderful offshore game fishing and recreational fishing and cruising grounds triangulated by Mayor Island, The Alderman Islands and Slipper Island to the North. Protected by a solid rock breakwater on three sides, the 209 berths range from 10.5m to 20m in length. Our berths are designed with full length fingers; two intermediate piles; generous fairways; power and water supply via individual power modules. There is a 24 hour fuel jetty supplying Gull diesel sewage pump-out facilities; evening security patrols; and plenty of free car parking for berth owners and visitors. A friendly, professional management team operates out of the Marina Office, providing management, information, maintenance and security services to the berths and marina facilities. All enquiries are welcome by visiting the team at the Marina Office.
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Wharekawa Harbour

Wharekawa Harbour

Marina in Waikato
At the southern end of Opoutere Beach lies the winding entrance to the Wharekawa Harbour, which is protected by a spectacular sandspit. The spit is a breeding ground for several endangered species of native seabirds including the New Zealand Dotterel. There isn't a marina in this harbour. This was a lovely place to visit - We stayed at a nearby campground and spent many quality hours playing at the beach and the surrounding forests with our young children.
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Whitianga Marina

Whitianga Marina

Marina in Waikato
The Whitianga Marina welcomes all visitors to The Greater Mercury Bay. The beautiful Whitianga Marina is literally right in town with easy access to local attractions, activities banks, cafes, restaurants and hotels. An information center is nearby with friendly staff ready to help you discover our town and get you on your way to exploring New Zealand.
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