The GT 32 is a comfortable weekender that can sleep up to four adults, but would be ideally suited to a family with one or two kids.
Modern engineering makes it easy to reduce boating’s environmental impact while saving money at the same time.
Built by Auckland’s Percy Vos in 1936, the 11.5m sloop Tangaroa has returned home after a 60-year absence and, thanks...
When Mason Clippers were advertised in Sea Spray magazine in the ‘60s the byline read: “The world’s finest powerboat – for those people in the position to demand it.” New Zealand, at that stage, was a nation that prided itself on being egalitarian and such statements were only for the bold or foolish.
Launched in 1947, an elegant motor launch designed and built by one of America’s best-loved naval architects is on the market after a three-year, US$4m restoration that’s recreated her original splendour. Her price? Half of that.
The Whangarei Cruising Club (WCC) celebrates its centenary this year, and as you’d expect from a facility of that vintage,...