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Construction is under way at Auckland’s newest Marine Precinct, Tamaki Marine Park Precinct.

25 November 2021


The Tamaki Marine Park Precinct is rapidly taking shape. Auckland’s newest marine precinct is well underway, with the construction of two large boat sheds, a massive 840-square-metre canopied undercover boat yard area and seven marine trade units.

In total, the new precinct will offer 1,400 square metres of undercover space, along with a huge expanse of uncovered clean concrete hardstand area.

The outstanding location allows easy access to the Hauraki Gulf. Stretching from Mangawhai, north of Auckland, to Waihi on the Coromandel Peninsula, the Hauraki Gulf covers 1.2 million hectares of ocean.

The two boat sheds will be the new homes of boat painter Gloss Boats Marine Spraying and boat builder Condon Marine Services (CMS).

The seven trade units are also going fast, and owners are now targeting specific trades to be part of the full service offering at the precinct, including diesel mechanic workshop, outboard mechanic workshop and marine engineering.


The standard trade unit size is 6 metres by 18 metres, but there is some flexibility in unit size and configuration to suit individual tenant requirements.

Each trade unit has been designed specifically for marine businesses, including high roller doors for boat access, fibre connection, power, water, and the ability to fit out the units as required.



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