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Oceania Marine at Monaco Yacht Show 2011

Authored by Martin Gleeson, Managing Director of Oceania Marine on a visit to Europe September 2011.   This year I arrived in the South of France in time to catch the end of the Cannes Yacht Show then stayed on for all of the Monaco Yacht Show. My aim was to get an overview of […]

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La Ciotat Shipyard – A Visit

Authored by MARTIN GLEESON managing director of Oceania Marine whilst on a business trip to Cannes and Monaco Boat Shows – 19th September 2011   As the operator of one of the top shipyards in New Zealand it is hard for me to admit this but if I had a dream and in it I […]

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The Whangarei Waterfront Marine Operators Group (WMOG) had its inaugural meeting on 31st August 2011. The group represents the 8 business located on the Whangarei Harbour which operate haulout facilities and range in size from 50 to 1200 tonnes. WMOG is a single interest group and aims to advance its members interests by promoting Whangarei […]

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OCEANIA MARINE Expands Services for Yachts

Oceania Marine has expanded the range of services it can offer to yachts below 30 meters in length by obtaining access to a 70 tonne Travelift. Previously the shipyard serviced all its clients with its existing, conventional, 800 tonne, railway slipway which is fine for larger, heavier vessels but not so efficient when dealing with […]

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Police launch ‘Deodar III’ has been hauled out at the shipyard for application of underwater protective coatings. The vessel is a high speed foil-assisted catamaran well suited to International Paints Intersleek 900 system which is being applied. This is a technically challenging paint system which has to be applied by approved applicators under fully controlled conditions […]

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The 41M FF Superflyte (follow link to view photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/oceaniamarine/sets/72157627094875295/ ) has arrived at Oceania Marine Shipyard to complete her 5 year survey under the New Zealand SSM system. The vessel has been taken out of service from her busy schedule on Auckland harbour and so the pressure is on to complete the schedule of works very […]

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Oceania Marine’s design office supplies all the shipyard design inputs required to support both new construction and refit projects. This entails a wide variety of knowledge and skills covering all the major design areas of modern marine craft. A recent example is the design commission received from a client that operates a large fleet of […]

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Editor Keith Ingram’s article on the “Black Pearl” Project (a 32M Superyacht Launched at Oceania Marine shipyard in January 2011). Follow link to read – http://www.skipper.co.nz/ISSUES/PS81/S81%20Black%20Pearl%20p18-23.pdf

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Oceania Marine congratulates Ocean Independence and Diverse Projects on their alliance which sees a new Ocean Independence office opened at the Viaduct Basin here in Auckland New Zealand. (for details of press release via Superyacht News follow link:  http://www.synfo.com/news/ocean_independence_new_zealand_16534.html ). Martin Gleeson Managing Director of Oceania Marine states: “I see this as immensely important and strategic to the New Zealand Marine industry […]

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The Nordhavn motor yacht ‘Lone Wolf’ leaves Oceania Marine shipyard after a 6 month stay in Shed A. The former owner Ned Lambton was more than pleased with the outcome and wrote to Brent Charleworth, an Oceania Marine project manger,  as follows:- ” Thank you for all your help with Lone Wolf. Oceania Marine is plainly […]

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