Skipperi doubles Auckland fleet
Boat sharing service ‘Skipperi’ is adding a further 20 boats to its greater Auckland fleet, as well as another base at Half Moon Bay.
After most events and competitions were cancelled in early 2022, the rules and regulations have now eased to allow us to host events again for this coming summer. We are all excited to bring the Surtees 18th annual Fishing Competition back to Whitianga on the 10/11th of February 2023!
The New Zealand Commercial Vessels Group has published the 2022 Commercial Vessel Directory, profiling New Zealand’s commercial boat building, design, engineering, vessel repair, maintenance & refit capability.
With New Zealand’s reputation cemented as one of the world’s most serene yet adventurous destinations, New Zealand will throw open its doors to visitors with air and sea borders opening from 1 August, allowing tourists to once again explore and enjoy one of the world’s greatest natural playgrounds.
When most people think of speed records they immediately think of huge powerful engines. But when it is a wind-powered land speed record a normal combustion engine is an obvious absence. Glenn Ashby’s engine is essentially what is above the craft, the wing, rather than what is hidden under the bonnet.
On 30 September 2021, Ross Pratt & Oriens Capital Fund 2 LP completed the acquisition of Nautical Group Holdings Limited (NGH), a New Zealand entity that has acquired 100% of the shares of Railblaza Limited and NTD Plastics Limited.
When the Auckland Boat Show returns, from 17-20 March, 2022, it will be with more exhibitors, in a bigger footprint. With the show moving to March to take advantage of Auckland’s season of boating, the new dates will allow visitors to experience summer on the water at the show.
Located in Gabador Place, Mt Wellington, just five minutes off the motorway and conveniently close to Sylvia Park Mall, Tamaki Marine Park will be Auckland’s newest and most modern marine precinct once construction is completed later this year.
Designed to wow, the Typhoon 19 (T19) from the Kit Carlier Design studio, is an asymmetric vee, wave-piercing super cat. This large-volume power cat provides spaces typically found on a larger superyacht and is ideal for owners seeking a vessel with long-range capabilities and luxury, at speed. The design is available in both sedan and flybridge configurations, with both forward and aft raked screen options.
Summer is on our doorstep and now is the time to make sure you have the basics covered to ensure you stay safe on the water.Safer Boating NZ wants you to have a great time on the water this summer and are encouraging everyone to take the time to know how to keep safe on the water before you leave the land.
MAST Academy works with learners and employers to ensure people are trained with the necessary skills and knowledge to build successful lives and businesses. Our goal is creating a centre of excellence for marine, composite and specialised technology training.