Marina Info

Viaduct Harbour Marina, Auckland City, New Zealand

The Viaduct Harbour Marina is situated in the heart of Auckland City, on the CBD waterfront surrounded by superb restaurants, bars, hotels and apartments. It offers 150 berths for local and visiting pleasure crafts, super yachts, tourist and charter boats. Berths can accommodate vessels up to 60 meters in length. The berths are also equipped with portable water, single and three phase power supply and sewer pump-out connection. Click here to fill in our Book a Berth request form and view related terms and conditions

Vessel Servicing

New Zealand’s largest marine service precinct, Westhaven, is just 500 meters to the West of Viaduct Harbour. Here dozens of marine businesses provide goods and services required China jerseys for vessel maintenance and refitting.

Haulout and Shipyard

On the Eastern shore of the Westhaven Marina, one mile by sea from Viaduct Harbour, hardstand and shipyard services are offered by Pier 21 with a 50 tonne travel lift and Orams Marine Services with a 75 tonne travel lift and a 600 tonne slipway. Also in Westhaven Marina, Floating Dock Services (+64 9 379 0934) are able to lift vessels up to approximately 18 meters and 20 tonnes.

Marine Fuel

Orams Marine (10 minutes by sea) and Bayswater Marina (one mile to the North) both provide diesel and petrol 24 hours a day from a floating dock.


Uniformed security officers patrol Viaduct Harbour 24 hours a day. The duty security guard is available at any time on mobile phone number +64 21 66 77 20. Please remember in an emergency your first call should be 111 for fire, police or ambulance.


There is good WiFi coverage in Viaduct Marina provided by ‘Auckland City WiFi’ or ‘Kordia Metro WiFi’. Click the link for information about FREE WiFi in Auckland.

Viaduct Harbour Marina

Marina Berthage Enquiries (business hours) p. +64 9 300 6682 f.  +64 9 379 7997 e. (after hours) p. +64 21 960 808

Other Useful Links

NZ Customs Weather Destination New Zealand – An information guide for visiting yachts including official regulations and requirements for New Zealand  

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