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Oceania Marine Engineering Services are part of the Oceania Marine Shipyards and have a large project in hand which includes refurbishing four Rolls Royce Kamewa Jet Units on a 37M high speed vessel. The work is being undertaken at Oceania Marine’s, North Shipyard, Port Whangarei New Zealand in their extensive engineering workshops. The scope of works […]

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A Very Busy Period For Oceania Marine

The arrival of a 27 metre superyacht for extensive paint repairs marks the start of a very busy period at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard located in Port Whangarei, New Zealand.

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As the Southern Hemisphere refit season for yachts kicks off Oceania Marine is the shipyard of choice for high performance cruising yachts.

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1st Officer of 45M Superyacht ‘Pamela V’ recommends Oceania Marine Refit Services after recent yard period

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The 45M Superyacht ‘Pamela V’ has just completed a 12 week refit at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard in Port Whangarei, New Zealand.

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Three in a Row for Oceania Marine

Oceania Marine’s summer Superyacht refit season typically runs from November to May and its premier refit shed at North Shipyard is booked out for the whole season with back to back projects. First up was 37m Superyacht MY Dardanella which is a Vitters built explorer type yacht. This project ran from November to mid January […]

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Nostalgic Return for Takapu 2

The ex NZ Navy survey vessel Takapu 2 returned to Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard, recently, which was where she was constructed in 1980. The shipyard was then owned by WECO which at the time was New Zealand’s largest shipbuilder. Some of Oceania Marine’s older tradesmen were then serving their apprenticeships in the yard. During her […]

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Oceania Marine has recently re-focused its business to emphasise its full service refit capability. The Oceania Marine Refit Services (OMRS) brand with new brochures, website and supporting marketing collateral were made ready just prior to the Cannes and Monaco yacht shows and are now being offered to the market.

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‘Tara’ is a 36M yacht especially designed and built as an oceanographic research vessel. She recently hauled out at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard in Port Whangarei, New Zealand. The vessel is indelibly etched into the psyche of New Zealanders as she was the vessel on which Sir Peter Blake was tragically killed.

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The 40M Lurssen Motor Yacht ‘Be Mine’ has been undergoing a major refit at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard facility, in Port Whangarei, New Zealand. The project was accommodated in the shipyard’s premier undercover refit space, Shed A and completed in a very short timeframe of 12 weeks.

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