Following the recent earthquakes in the central South Island, we are pleased to report that Port Marlborough engineers have inspected all marina facilities, and there is no damage to our marinas infrastructure. Diesel facilities at Picton Marina are unavailable pending further inspection, however, full fuel facilities are available at Waikawa and Havelock Marina.
While there is no reason for worry at this time, as all vessels have been checked and are secure, should you have any specific concerns regarding your marina facility, please contact your marina manager on the following numbers:
Phone: 03 520 3390
Phone: 03 5203395
Phone: 03 5742366
Stay safe and follow instructions from New Zealand Civil Defence – online updates are available on the civil defence website here
Take care out there!
From the Marlborough Sounds Marinas team.
Havelock to Fiordland in a Carey Boat
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2018 Toyota Optimist National Championship
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Te Rawa Lodge – Pelorus Sound
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