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Cruise Milford Sound, New Zealand

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Seadoo Speedster

Seadoo Speedster

2008 215 hp supercharged 4-stroke Rotax, 47 hrs, history of fresh water use, very fast and maneuverable. Wakeboard ready.


Stabicraft 1650 Fisher

Stabicraft 1650 Fisher

2013 Stabicraft 1650 Fisher – One owner boat with 28 hours on the clock.


Fyran 550

Fyran 550

2015 FYRAN 550 Hull and Trailer only . Brand new never been in the water .


Steadecraft Prowler

Steadecraft Prowler

Steadecraft Prowler 6.0m ( shed stored and is in immaculate condition . 90 hours on the clock !!!!! )


Maxum 1800 MX

Maxum 1800 MX

2000 18 ft bowrider, economical 135hp 4-stroke, 8 seater, great family boat


Maxum 1800 SR3

Maxum 1800 SR3

2004, History of fresh water use, 190 hp 4-stroke, 8 seater, loads of space for family and friends


Mercury Lightning XR 40 ELO

Mercury Lightning XR 40 ELO

A great cheap little motor to repower with


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Which Marine Reserves Can You Fish At?

If you want to combine a fishing trip with your outing to a Marine Reserve, it is possible to do so. However, you do need to remain mindful of certain rules to avoid fines and criminal charges.

Which Marine Reserves Are Best for Scuba Diving?

scuba diving at marine reserves

Scuba diving is an exhilarating activity, but it becomes particularly rewarding when you visit a Marine Reserve. Knowing which ones will offer you the best experience can help you get the most out of your trip.

Which Marine Reserves Are Best for Kayaking?

kayaking marine reserves

If kayaking is one of your favourite past-times, why not consider taking your vessel to a Marine Reserve? Some are easier than others for kayakers to explore, which makes learning more about them essential.

Which Are the Best Marine Reserves for Snorkelers

Going beneath the waves to snorkel is a great way to make the most of the creatures at New Zealand’s Marine Reserves. While many reserves allow you to snorkel, some are better than others.

Visiting Marine Reserve near Wellington

Taputeranga Marine Reserve

If you are in the Wellington area and want to spend a day enjoying the nearby coastline, consider heading for Taputeranga. This reserve comes with two boating ramps, as well as easy car and public transport access.