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Whangārei Marina

A marina in the heart of a city is a place unlike almost any other.

Whangārei Marina is a unique, river marina positioned in Whangārei Town Basin providing berthage for vessels up to 30 m in length and 3m in draft. It’s a safe, sheltered marina and so much more - it’s a community that offers its guests everything they need.

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Pre-arrival checklist

  • Make sure you have evidence of third-party insurance

  • Your boat hull must have no more than light fouling - view Northland Regional Council’s clean hull rules.

  • Check info for opening the bridge

  • Please bring your own mooring lines and have fenders ready

  • Check your Electrical Warrant of Fitness and power cords are within their expiry period and displayed

A–Z of Marina Info

From electrical connections to how to access facilities and services, this handy list has been compiled to provide details you’ll need for your stay.

Ready to book?

Please complete our online enquiry form. This will give us everything we need to know about your requirements so that we can let you know the options.

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Living on your boat? 

Whangārei Marina has some capacity to host international and local liveaboards while they are voyaging. If you are considering purchasing a boat to live aboard, we recommend that you thoroughly review our application documents by using this link for living aboard and also check with a range of marinas regarding availability of a berth before you make a purchase, because all berths, especially those suitable for living aboard, are in short supply. 

Did you know that we return our profits to watersports? 

The Whangarei Marina Charitable Trust is a not-for-profit trust that allocates grants annually to local water sports organisations such as the Rowing Club, Sea Scouts, Waka ama, Sailing Clubs, School Sailing Teams and the Whangarei Waka Trust.