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The 51.30m Umbra is the second Sea Axe vessel built by the Dutch Damen Shipyards Group and has been slipped at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard in Port Whangarei, New Zealand for major upgrades. The aptly named vessel was launched in 2010 and shadows a 57m Explorer Superyacht. The project is scheduled to be completed within […]

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Oceania Marine has completed an upgrade of the kitchen, lounge, offices, workshop and storeroom areas which are exclusively for crew use. These amenities form part of Refit Shed C and are directly alongside the refit bay accommodating the vessel. They are available at no extra cost to vessels undertaking refits at the shipyards in Port […]

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Oceania Marine Shipyards and Hall Spars & Rigging have established a service centre at Port Whangarei in New Zealand specifically to service large sailing rigs. An agreement to this effect was signed by Garry Hassall for Hall Spars and Martin Gleeson for Oceania Marine on 15th July. The service centre is located at Oceania Marine […]

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CHE is the second largest sloop-rigged catamaran and the third largest sailing multihull in the world. At just under 35 metres LOA she is the largest yacht built by Sunreef Yachts. Taking advantage of Oceania Marine’s unique ability to handle very large catamarans ‘Che’ has returned to the shipyard as part of a major technical […]

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A recent report in Superyacht News confirms that Far North District Holdings (a local government trading entity), the owners of Opua Marina, are proceeding with plans to develop infrastructure for superyachts.  Management are quoted as stating that the overall aim is that the berth and facilities would serve as more of a provisioning or service […]

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Slipway Upgrade: A slipway upgrade has been carried out at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard located in Port Whangarei, New Zealand. North Shipyard has a variety of slipway cradles ranging from 200 to 800 tonnes. This enables the shipyard to move vessels into its refit sheds and handle multiple vessels at the same time. To this […]

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