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2 months ago

Vessel Works

Exciting day today – we lifted a 47m, 315t superyacht at the marine precinct. A great opportunity to put our 350t travel-lift through its paces, while allowing the owner to get urgent maintenance done right here in Tauranga. This is the largest of four test-lifts we’ve done since assembling the machine. Next step: to give it a final stress-test with a 400t commissioning lift later this month. We’re looking forward to opening the machine for bookings soon Tauranga City Council ... See MoreSee Less

Exciting day today – we lifted a 47m, 315t superyacht at the marine precinct. A great opportunity to put our 350t travel-lift through its paces, while allowing the owner to get urgent maintenance done right here in Tauranga. This is the largest of four test-lifts we’ve done since assembling the machine. Next step: to give it a final stress-test with a 400t commissioning lift later this month. We’re looking forward to opening the machine for bookings soon Tauranga City Council

3 months ago

Vessel Works

Construction is complete on our beautiful travel-lift! We've done a couple test-lifts and we will be commissioning the machine in May with a full load of 350 tonnes. The travel-lift will be able to be booked from then on. Official opening of the precinct planned for the coming months - watch this space! Tauranga City Council ... See MoreSee Less

Construction is complete on our beautiful travel-lift! Weve done a couple test-lifts and we will be commissioning the machine in May with a full load of 350 tonnes. The travel-lift will be able to be booked from then on. Official opening of the precinct planned for the coming months - watch this space! Tauranga City Council

 

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Do you have operator for travelift?

Look after the Harbour water quality! 🙂

Shelley

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4 months ago

Vessel Works

We’ve unpacked the travel-lift from its containers and are making excellent progress in putting it together. A mammoth job handled with expertise by a great crew! Cimolai Technology, McLeod Cranes and Hiabs, Pacific 7, Hutcheson Boatbuilders and WARDALE ... See MoreSee Less

We’ve unpacked the travel-lift from its containers and are making excellent progress in putting it together. A mammoth job handled with expertise by a great crew! Cimolai Technology, McLeod Cranes and Hiabs, Pacific 7, Hutcheson Boatbuilders and WARDALE

 

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Looking GOOD!

Looks Fantastic put together by a skilled team of professionals !

Truly amazing!!!

8 months ago

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8 months ago

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8 months ago

Vessel Works

It's all go! After weeks of preparation we're pouring the first 1,175 tonnes of concrete to build the hardstand at the Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct. This is the pavement where boats of up to 350 tonnes will be stored once they’re lifted out of the water by the precinct’s vessel-hoist. The hardstand is designed to cope with loads of up to 500 tonnes. A massive piece of work and an exciting milestone reached today! ... See MoreSee Less

Its all go! After weeks of preparation were pouring the first 1,175 tonnes of concrete to build the hardstand at the Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct. This is the pavement where boats of up to 350 tonnes will be stored once they’re lifted out of the water by the precinct’s vessel-hoist. The hardstand is designed to cope with loads of up to 500 tonnes. A massive piece of work and an exciting milestone reached today!Image attachmentImage attachment

10 months ago

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Spreading the word about Tauranga, Vessel Works, the TMIA - Tauranga Marine Industry Association and its members at the Fiji Regatta Week! With Tauranga Bridge Marina Ltd, Bridge Marina Travelift Ltd and Super Yacht Coatings. ... See MoreSee Less

Spreading the word about Tauranga, Vessel Works, the TMIA - Tauranga Marine Industry Association and its members at the Fiji Regatta Week! With Tauranga Bridge Marina Ltd, Bridge Marina Travelift Ltd and Super Yacht Coatings.

 

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Awesome🙂 Tauranga is the place to come👍🏼

1 years ago

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It was great to have the NZ Marine Industry conference in Tauranga last week! We took attendees on a tiki tour of the Marine Precinct site to give them a firsthand look at progress and potential ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago

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2 years ago

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We launched the last boat remaining on the Marine Precinct site to the harbour this morning. The site is now clear, ready for HEB Construction to get stuck into the civil works programme from Monday. Can't wait to see the site transform! Tauranga City Council ... See MoreSee Less

We launched the last boat remaining on the Marine Precinct site to the harbour this morning. The site is now clear, ready for HEB Construction to get stuck into the civil works programme from Monday. Cant wait to see the site transform! Tauranga City Council

2 years ago

Vessel Works

Braving the rain, we broke ground on the Marine Precinct project this morning. Construction starts next week! Exciting times.

Read more: www.tauranga.govt.nz/news/tabid/667/aid/45490/tctl/1435_ViewAnnouncement
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2 years ago

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Head over to the Sulphur Point Marina on Sunday morning! Sell, buy or swap marine-related goodies, and learn more about safe boating behaviour. TMIA - Tauranga Marine Industry Association ... See MoreSee Less

Head over to the Sulphur Point Marina on Sunday morning! Sell, buy or swap marine-related goodies, and learn more about safe boating behaviour. TMIA - Tauranga Marine Industry Association

 

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2 years ago

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Bethlehem College Year 11 Economics students are using the Tauranga City Council Marine Precinct as a case study to analyse interdependence in the economy and the circular flow of goods, services and money around the economy. What will the impacts of the Marine Precinct project be?
This morning Project Director Phil Wardale gave students a run-down of the project to date, to get the ball rolling. Looking forward to hearing about the result!
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Bethlehem College Year 11 Economics students are using the Tauranga City Council Marine Precinct as a case study to analyse interdependence in the economy and the circular flow of goods, services and money around the economy. What will the impacts of the Marine Precinct project be?
This morning Project Director Phil Wardale gave students a run-down of the project to date, to get the ball rolling. Looking forward to hearing about the result!

2 years ago

Vessel Works

Another major milestone reached for the Marine Precinct! Today we signed the purchase agreement with Cimolai Technology for our future vessel hoist (travel-lift), the soon to be largest-capacity hoist in New Zealand.The Tauranga Harbour Marine will be home to New Zealand's largest-capacity mobile vessel hoist when it opens for business mid next year.

This means businesses in the precinct will be able to lift, move and store some of the larger commercial fishing and work boats from the region and further afield, and attract catamaran vessels such as inner-harbour fast ferries.

Read more here: www.sunlive.co.nz/news/131971-tauranga-marine-industry-gains-competitive-edge.html
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Another major milestone reached for the Marine Precinct! Today we signed the purchase agreement with Cimolai Technology for our future vessel hoist (travel-lift), the soon to be largest-capacity hoist in New Zealand.

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2 years ago

Vessel Works

Last Thursday was a pretty great day! We signed the stage 1 lots over to their new owners, had a toast to the future of the precinct with some warm words from each the Mayor and the CEO of NZ Marine, and followed this up with an update to marine businesses at the TMIA - Tauranga Marine Industry Association AGM. Looking forward to further working with the industry and getting a spade in the ground soon. ... See MoreSee Less

Last Thursday was a pretty great day! We signed the stage 1 lots over to their new owners, had a toast to the future of the precinct with some warm words from each the Mayor and the CEO of NZ Marine, and followed this up with an update to marine businesses at the TMIA - Tauranga Marine Industry Association AGM. Looking forward to further working with the industry and getting a spade in the ground soon.Image attachmentImage attachment