Jeanneau’s new 37-foot NC37 is a lively, sophisticated vessel with bold lines, great living spaces and excellent attention to detail.
The new CSB Huntsman Centurion Carbon Edition debuted at the Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show – and I was impressed then by its pleasing lines, superior build quality and exceptional attention to detail.
Elegance never goes out of fashion, as this timeless hull from Palm Beach attests.
Sealegs’ new 8.5m Alloy Cabin take’s the company’s aluminium recreational range up another notch, and this one’s colour scheme is certainly designed to catch the eye.
BOAT WORLD NEWS
When this year’s Auckland On Water Boat Show opens on 3 October in the Viaduct Harbour, visitors can expect to experience a large number of sea trials and see a huge selection of boats on the water.
Panuku Development Auckland is creating a new opportunity for marine businesses to be located side-by-side within the popular Westhaven Marina.
Plans for an extension to Waikawa Marina have progressed with the Port Marlborough Board giving approval for the project to proceed.
Russian ocean paddler, Fedor Konyukhov, is well on his way from Port Chalmers, Dunedin to Cape Horn.
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The spectacular evolution of NZ sailing over the last half-century is punctuated with design visionaries who did things ‘differently’. Comparing two from either end of this 50-year spectrum – their education, design approach and tools of trade – makes for a fascinating contrast, writes Mark Seabrook. Exhibit A is one of the country’s best known designers – Alan Wright – something of a pioneer in our yachting legacy. A major contributor to the developing marine industry in the 60s and 70s, he has more registered yachts to his name than any other Kiwi designer. Like many of his peers, he...
Climate change experts warn the planet is going to be smashed more often by stronger, more destructive disasters. This has grave implications for the marine insurance industry – if you want cover you’ll need to help by protecting your boat.
An iconic race-yacht with an all-women crew left Auckland in June on an inspirational voyage to empower women, promote education for girls – and advance a little tolerance and understanding in a messed-up world.
Maritimo unveiled major design updates to multiple models within its M-Series flybridge motoryacht line at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat...
The just announced, all-new Riviera 64 Sports Motor Yacht will boast the same high levels of sophistication and innovation as...
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Pastime is one of the few South Island 19th century yachts to have survived in anything like her original form. She was built at Lyttelton by Malcolm Miller in 1886 and is now well into an exciting authentic restoration.
Whangamata-based master craftsman Harry Nordberg has resuscitated a 1962 Mason Clipper 23 – giving the 57-year-old dame the cosmetic surgery she needed and deserved, writes Roger Mills. This boat has been restored for a client in Queenstown, and I caught up with Harry just before she was shipped south to her new owner. His involvement with the Mason Clipper goes back to 2016, when Harry was building a gleaming mahogany racer, Baby Thunder (featured in the May 2016 issue of Boating New Zealand). A number of interested onlookers monitored Baby Thunder’s progress, and after a number of visits one of them said: “Harry, we...