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Vessel owners and crew on the hardstand at the new Port Whangarei Marine Centre are very complimentary about the facilities available at the boat yard particularly for “live-aboard” yachtsmen and yachtswomen. Located at Oceania Marine‘s South Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand it is a convenient stop-over when crossing the Pacific. The 4 hectare site has […]

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The Port Whangarei Marine Centre located at South Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand specialises in handling sail catamarans. Its new Cimolai MBH100 travel lift has been optimised to accommodate vessel beam widths up to 10 metres and the front beam extension combined with a large fore and aft sling adjustment clears most forestay arrangements. A […]

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Today saw the first haulout at Oceania Marine’s Port Whangarei Marine Centre located at South Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand. The new 100 tonne Cimolai MBH100 travel lift executed it’s first lift flawlessly and now faces a full schedule as the new boatyard swings into top gear. The day started with a dawn blessing performed by […]

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The new Cimolai MBH100 travel lift is being assembled at the Port Whangarei Marine Centre at South Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand.

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The new MBH100 Cimolai travel lift has arrived at the Port Whangarei Marine Centre (PWMC), located at South Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand. A technician from Cimolai in Italy is on his way to oversee the assembly, certification and commissioning processes before the machine becomes fully operational. The lift has been specifically designed for the […]

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Civil works are well underway at the Port Whangarei Marine Centre, South Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand. The first pile is driven for the 100 tonne travel lift piers.

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21st July 2015 A key milestone has been completed for the Port Whangarei Marine Centre with the completion of the manufacture of the new Cimolai MBH100 Travel lift, which is now ready for shipment. The delivery voyage takes 50 days, so by early September the new machine will be in the yard ready for assembly and testing […]

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Ferry fleet drops anchor__ LINK TO ARTICLE

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This rendering shows the arrangement for the new Port Whangarei Marine Centre. The dual 100T & 560T travel lift piers are located at the northern end of the foreshore allowing for further development to the south. Just viable to the east are large superyacht berths for ‘in the water’ projects. The spacious 4 hectare site provides […]

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Construction sign goes up at new Port Whangarei Marine Centre. At the same time Local Authorities have granted required Resource Consents giving permission for the installation of the 100T and 560T travel lifts so construction can now proceed in earnest.

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