Oceania Marine Group

Superyachts… Yachts… Commercial Vessels… Refit, Repair & Construction… Project Managers…Marine Interiors

Oceania Marine – Is a group of companies offering a full range of services to a diverse range of vessels from the small cruising yacht to large Superyachts. The beneficial owners of Oceania Marine are private individuals with extensive maritime connections and experience.

Location – As the name suggests Oceania Marine is based in Oceania and operates two shipyards as well as a specialised marine interiors manufacturing facility located within the Port of Whangarei, New Zealand. Port Whangarei is New Zealand’s largest service centre for international cruising yachts with the majority of these yachts choosing the port for their refits.  The Group is active internationally in Europe, North America and Asia.

Facilities – The North and South Shipyards combined consist of 8.4 hectares of land and 19,699m2 of building floor space encompassing refit sheds, paint sheds, specialist fabrication facilities, workshops, stores and offices. Located close to North Shipyard is the marine interiors 1820m2 factory. The slipway at North Shipyard has a capacity is 800 tonnes and a vessel LOA of 60 metres. South Shipyard has a 100 tonne travelift for vessels up to 10 metres beam width. Extensive development is underway for the South Shipyard (including a 560 tonne travelift), details of which will be announced shortly.

Services – The shipyards are at the centre of the Port Whangarei marine hub which has world renown capacity in all aspects of marine refit, repair and construction. For larger vessels, be it a fully automated ‘glass bridge’, internationally designed interior or >500 tonne 5 year survey, Oceania Marine Shipyards can deliver. This capability is supported by an unsurpassed project management and administration team. For smaller vessels the Port Whangarei Marine Centre offers facilities and service tailored to need.

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