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sea nymph commander

sea nymph commander

great seaboat or lake cruiser

$7,995

Nissan  Sunfisher 700 Hardtop

Nissan  Sunfisher 700 Hardtop

Walkaround fishing, Volvo diesel, very good in rough seas, great fishing diving boat

$39,995

Ganley unique

Ganley unique

you will fall in love with her...

$200,000

Bayliner  Capri 1850

Bayliner  Capri 1850

2000 18 ft, 8 seater, 190 hp 4-stroke, history of fresh water use

$22,995

Plylite P15

Plylite P15

very safe craft

$10,000

Mercury Saltwater 9.9 4 stroke

Mercury Saltwater 9.9 4 stroke

This motor is great for a small boat .

$2,800

Bayliner 3988 Command Bridge

Bayliner 3988 Command Bridge

Bayliner 3988 Command Bridge, twin Cummins BT6 330 hp each, Diamond series. Mostly shed kept since new, launched April 2000,

$265,000

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Marine Reserves that are Suitable for Children

marine reserves for children

Taking your children to the New Zealand Marine Reserves is a great opportunity to enjoy a family break in picturesque surroundings. Naturally, some reserves are more suitable for children than others.

Checking Out the Weird Wildlife at Ulva Island-TeWharawhara

weird wildlife at ulva island

Some wildlife enthusiasts prefer to make their Marine Reserve trips all about rare species. If this applies to you, Ulva Island-TeWharawhara may meet your needs.

Adhering to Conservation Rules When You Visit the Marine Reserves

Adhering to Conservation Rules of Marine Reserves

Visiting the Marine Reserves is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy some of nature’s most beautiful sites. However, if you don’t pay attention to certain conservation rules, these areas won’t remain beautiful for long.

Visiting the Sugar Loaf Islands

sugar loaf islands

Very few of the Marine Reserves permit you to fish. The Sugar Loaf Islands are a refreshing exception to this rule, which broadens the water activities you can take part in there. As well as offering diving and snorkelling opportunities, there are beaches for you to explore too.

Visiting the Sub-Antarctic Marine Reserves

sub-antarctic marine reserves

The sub-Antarctic Marine Reserves are heavily guarded by the Department of Conservation. Eco-tourism is the name of the game for anybody visiting them. However, once there, you can enjoy rare bird species and marine life that are like nothing you will see anywhere else on this planet.