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Parking in the Marinas

Parking in our marinas

You may notice when you arrive at the marinas, that we are working towards a better segregation of parking facilities between berth tenants, property tenants and visitors/guests. We are gparking-lotworking towards the following parking principles:

  • The berth holder parking area is reserved for berth holder tenants displaying a valid berth holder sticker in their vehicle windscreen
  • Compounds and boatsheds tenants may park in the “Pay & Display” zones (at no charge when displaying their valid 2019/2020 sticker in their vehicle windscreen or on their boat trailer)
  • Visitor and guests to the marinas must park in the Pay & Display areas and display a paid parking ticket

Please note that in peak times, compound / boatshed tenants may be asked to park their trailers or cars back to the compounds / boatsheds. We can often provide some shuttling assistance to facilitate the process – see your marina staff.

We would also like to take this opportunity to highlight that a berth holder parking sticker does not entitle to the use of the launching ramp or car & trailer parking facilities and/or that car & trailer parks cannot be used as car only parks.

Your collaboration with the above would be greatly appreciated, and if you are unsure please contact your marina staff who will be happy to advise.

More information here:
Picton Marina parking map
Waikawa Marina parking map
Havelock Marina parking map

Trailer Boat Tie-Up Zone

We do have tie up zones for trailer boat customers, to allow for short trips into Picton, Havelock or Blenheim to top up on groceries or enjoy a day trip out.

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We have two tie-up zones in Picton Marina (the visitor berth and breastworks, pictured here)

These two facilities cater for unscheduled visitors, and can be paid for at the Beachcomber offices.

There are no tie-up zones as such in Waikawa and Havelock Marinas. However, we are generally able to offer short stays in vacant berths. Please ring your Marinas Service Manager and they will be able to assist you.

In the peak season particularly from Christmas to mid-January, managing short stays in the marinas has proven to be difficult,  and we strongly recommend that if you’re staying out in the Sounds on holiday, that you try to plan your trips into town and book a casual berth a couple of months ahead.

Please remember the launching ramp cannot be used as a tie up zone. Especially during busy times, we need to keep this area moving.  If you are unsure about any of this information, please contact your marina staff who will be happy to advise.

Picton Marina 03 5203390

Waikawa Marina 03 52033959

Havelock Marina 03 5742366

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