The marina provides about 280 berths in the subtropical city of Whangarei.
- The courtesy berth for new arrivals or filling up with water is just outside the office window. Fenders should be on port side.
- Vessels over 6.5m will need to notify the bridge for opening. See "open bridge" tab.
- The main channel leading to the marina is dredged to 1m below chart datum. Tide-table
- Marina berths may be finger pontoons or rafting alongside floating pontoons. You can step off and have water and electricity. Most berths are behind locked security gates at night.
- Pile berths are either 2 or 4 piles which you row out to.
- You always need your own mooring lines. If there are any lines on the mooring, please leave them there.
- Security keys give access to the finger slips, lounge, rubbish and washrooms.
- Security Cameras monitor the town side of the marina.
- Sewerage pump out is available at neighbouring Riverside Drive Marina free of charge.
- 240v 16 & 32 amp, 50Hz metered electricity. A Blue male connection. Electrical W.O.F. required for vessels using reticulating power.
- A minimum of third party insurance is required.
- Water is chlorinated and drinkable.
- Rubbish recycling is available and encouraged.
- There is a TV lounge, BBQ and swap library.
- Toilets; hot showers $1 (6min.), washing machines $2 cold, $3 hot. Dryers $1/15 min.
- Wireless internet available.
- Mail can be received at the office, please ask your sender to include your boat name.
- A children's playground, art museum, restaurants, swimming pools, tourist information center and shops surround the marina.
- The marina is managed by a non-profit Trust and only offers berth rentals. Profits are donated to the local water sports community or put back into the marina.
- The office is manned 8.30am-4.30pm, Monday to Friday and 10am-12pm, Saturdays. The telephone answer machine has further contact details if out of office hours.
View a video about sailing into Whangarei Marina
Click here>> to view our Marina Berth Plan in the Town Basin
Click here>> to view our Pile Moorings at Kissing Point