Port Nikau is perfectly positioned in the heart of Whangarei’s marine precinct, with a deep water Marina just 12 nautical miles from the Whangarei Harbour entrance and central to all city amenities and services.
Commercial Wharf and Berthage
Port Nikau is committed to growing and supporting the marine industry in Whangarei and has the capacity now for short and long term options available for 13m – 18m berths. With 670m of wharf space, Port Nikau can accommodate a wide range of vessels, including fishing boats, large commercial boats, tugs, workboats and charter vessels. The wharf can easily accommodate boats up to 8m draft. Download our Berthage Pricing here.
Whangarei has a strong tradition of boat building and has an extensive range of marine businesses in the area providing services to local and visiting vessels. To support its marine customers, Port Nikau has a marine fuel stop, boat ramp, power and water, and wharf and land space to rent. There are also a large number of other professional companies and talented craftsmen offering the experience and expertise needed for both repairs and refit. A full list of Whangarei-based marine businesses and facilities is available on the Whangarei Marine Promotions website here
Berthage RegistrationTo register a marina berth, please complete this form and our Marina Manager will be in touch.
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