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50 Metre superyacht ‘My Girl’ causes quite a stir in international press when she hauls out at Oceania Marine Shipyard in Port Whangarei, New Zealand. For details follow links: Superyacht Times Charter World Magazine NZ Herald Newspaper

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Westport 50 metre superyacht “My Girl”has been hauled out at Oceania Marine Shipyard at Port Whangarei, New Zealand. She is scheduled for a two to three week maintenance stop, at the shipyard, where she will undertake her 5 year ABS survey as well as antifouling, minor waterline paint repairs and some general maintenance. The yacht […]

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SY CAVU – WRAPS COME OFF SUPERYACHT REFIT

Finally the protective covers on SY Cavu can be removed as her refit swings into full gear. After a protracted sales process, new owners have taken possession of this classic Sparkman and Stevens, 100 foot sail yacht. Oceania Marine has been commissioned to undertake her refit and sea-trialling in readiness for her departure to Australia. […]

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The Commercial arm of Oceania Marine is diversifying into the offshore energy industry through a joint venture with Diverse Projects called Energy Vessels Offshore Limited (EVO). Initially EVO is offering a range of wind farm service vessels but will be developing vessels up to 60 metres LOA for the offshore energy market. The EVO range […]

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The second motor yacht of the Watson design range to be launched from the yard in recent years was launched last week. The Watson 60 was built by Pacific Motoryachts Limited in Whangarei New Zealand adjacent to Oceania Marine Shipyard. Pre-dawn on Monday she arrived by transporter at the yard and slipped quietly into the […]

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Oceania Marine kicked off its Superyacht refit season a little late due to congestion in the shipyard but it is now in full swing with the arrival of Black Pearl for her first annual maintenance stop. Black Pearl was launched at the yard just under a year ago and according to Captain Paul Sewell she […]

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Oceania Marine is very pleased to announce that they have been joined by Jim Loynes who will be taking up the position of Yacht Liaison. Jim will be mainly based in an office in the Viaduct Basin in Auckland New Zealand and will be promoting the services of Oceania Marine to visiting superyachts as well […]

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  It’s a situation that for most of us who drive boats we hope to avoid but for the captain of a tug with a 58 metre container, transport, barge in tow that is what happened. The tug went up first and the barge soon followed. It occurred on the barrier reef of one of […]

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OCEANIA MARINE VISITS SAN FRANCISCO

Authored by Martin Gleeson, managing director of Oceania Marine, whilst heading for the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. We decided to stay a few nights in San Francisco on our way to the FLIBS boat show to give us an opportunity to explore the city. I also had an interest in looking up Eric Haberli […]

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