The construction of Waikawa North West begins in March 2020. This marina extension will see another 251 berths in Waikawa, with the first berths available towards the end of 2022.
Follow our progress here to see news, FAQs, or complete the form to register your interest for a berth or to request further information.
Key Project Delivery Dates
At this stage, the order of works will be as follows:
Overall delivery of project was planned to be 2 years (supply chain delays due to COVID have pushed this out a bit!)
Considerations have been made for the busy periods in the marina to minimise effects on current facility tenants.
First berths available towards the end of 2022.
The construction works will be split into four main contracts, and we will keep you updated on this page as to how we are progressing with these. The separate Contracts include:
Additional work includes relocation of existing moorings, gatehouse installation and landscaping.
Waikawa North West marina will provide 251 new berths, ranging in size from 12m – 30m. We will also have some purpose Catamaran berths for multi-hull vessels.
The aesthetic of the new marina will be consistent with the styling and palette of most recent Inner Basin redevelopment at Picton Marina. All jetties will be concrete floating with security gates access to berths Pricing will be in line with Picton Marina.
Contact us via the form on this page to register your interest for a berth.
Over the past twelve years, extensive site investigation (assisted by Cawthron Institute) with Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui and environmental groups has informed marina planning and design.
Many controls are in place to ensure that both construction and ongoing operation of the marina are undertaken in a sustainable way. Safeguards include Te Atiawa oversight of aspects of construction, a Kaimoana management plan and water quality monitoring, and a marine mammal protection plan to ensure that construction activities do not interfere with dolphins and whales frequenting Waikawa Bay.
We have also worked with Te Ātiawa to incorporate cultural expression into the detailed architectual design of the marina.