New Marina at Okara
Get in on the opportunity from the start. Berth Licences now for sale.
Secure one of the marina berths now for sale at preconstruction prices, prices for 10 to 20 m are listed below.
The 22 to 35+m are negotiable to the vessel requirements. Limited sales in each size. Once we reach our sales threshold construction can begin in May 2023, with completion in the summer of 2024/25.
Get in first to choose your ideal position - The deeper drafts? Close to shore? Starboard tie?
The marina will be built in the upper Hatea River, on the seaward/downstream side of the Te Matau ā Pohe bascule bridge.
Being in the center of Northland's cruising grounds, you can be close to the spectacular sailing and fishing of Great Barrier Island, The Bay of Islands, Auckland and Whangarei Harbour. It is walking distance from the restaurants, shopping and entertainment of Whangarei's Town Basin. The sheltered location provides safe, comfortable berthage with easy access. And it is right by the Whangarei Cricket and Rugby stadiums. Six competitively priced boat yards and a great selection of marine services surround it.
Okara Marina will provide 114 berths, ranging from 10–35+m in length. 25% cat berths.
These Berth License Prices are only valid until March 31st, 2023:
10m $ 110,000 - all under contract
12m Cat $ 195,000 - only two available
14m $ 215,000
14m cat $ 325,000
16m $ 295,000
16m cat $ 450,000
18m $ 390,000
18m Cat $ 585,000
20m $ 490,000
20m cat By Neg.
22m By Neg.
25m T/Head By Neg.
30+m T/Head By Neg.
Request the Development and Licence Agreement for details.
GST Inclusive. Annual operational fees in addition.
Watch the video to find out why Yachts are sailing in from around the world to enjoy Whangarei harbour.
Growing Whangarei: The marina will benefit the local boating public and also give re-fit work opportunities to Whangarei’s expanding marine specialist industry, providing both employment and economic development. It will cater for a blend of permanent local boats and seasonal visitors, in particular welcoming the hundreds of overseas yachts who sail down to visit New Zealand.
The project is included in both the Whangarei District Council 20/20 momentum plan, and due to its significant economic development benefits, also in the Tai Tokerau Northland Economic Action Plan. The independent economic impact report has predicted that when the marina berths are fully occupied we will experience an ongoing economic impact of $9.5M/annum and the indirect generation of 94 new jobs.
Note. Published pictures are artist impressions.