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The 34M sailing superyacht ‘Sassafras’ made a quick stop at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand for haulout. It was a brief technical stop which also included hull cleaning and antifouling.

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The 25M Motor Yacht ‘Crescendo’ has just completed a refit at South Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand. The refit was undertaken by Oceania Marine utilising its new facility, the Port Whangarei Marine Centre (PWMC).

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The Oceania Marine group of companies participated in the inaugural NZ Marine/Fiji open day held on 5th August 2016 at the yacht club at Denarau Marina.

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http://megayachtnews.com/2016/08/relentless-ready-renewed-adventures/

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http://www.superyachtbusiness.net/yards/refits/relentless-completes-refit-new-zealand-13848

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The 33M Superyacht Relentless has been at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard in Port Whangarei, New Zealand for the past three and a half months for it’s 10 year Lloyd’s survey and refit. The project was carried out undercover in Refit Shed D, New Zealand’s premier refit/paint facility. Oceania Marine’s experienced project managers Gordon French and […]

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33M Explorer Superyacht, Relentless, has hauled out at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard located at Port Whangarei, New Zealand for a refit. The yard period is scheduled for 3 months and includes 10 year Lloyd’s survey as well as extensive painting and interior works. With the southern hemisphere winter season approaching the project is housed in Refit […]

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The Port Whangarei Marine Centre’s new 100 tonne travel lift was put to the test when it lifted a 32M Sail Yacht for Oceania Marine. All went smoothly and the vessel was placed on the hardstand for a maintenance stop which included antifouling and some engineering work. The exercise demonstrated the versatility of the big dimension […]

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Large Sailing Catamaran rolls out for relaunching after full repaint by Oceania Marine Coatings at North Shipyard, Port Whangarei, New Zealand. The project was completed in Oceania Marine’s Refit/Paint Shed C.

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The opening of the new travel lift operation at South Shipyard has had the desired effect of freeing up North Shipyard for larger refit projects. The two shipyards are located close by each other enabling the efficient sharing of resources and has enabled Oceania Marine to both increase capacity and rationalise operations at North Shipyard. […]

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