Marina Emergency Number : (027) 271 4054
Access & Channel
Access to the marina is via a marked channel. Port markers identify the channel. The access channel has been dredged to a minimum of 2m below mean spring low tide.
Download the Marina Facilities Map for pier & berth location
Bathrooms with showers, toilets, hand basins and changing areas are provided. $2 coin required for hot shower.
Kerikeri Cruising Marina has 193 floating berths ranging from 10m-25m in length. The Marina has a minimum depth of 2m below mean spring low tide. Many berths & their access routes have depths in excess of this.^
All berths have access to power & water. Click here for vessel electrical requirements. Click here for our Electrical requirements chart for vessels
The fuel jetty is located at the western end of the Marina. Self-service diesel purchases using credit or debit card payment can be made 24hours, 7 days a week. Water is available from a $2 coin operated vending machine attached to the fuel terminal shelter, delivery $2 for 20 litres.
A domestic washing machine is provided. Access is via a key available from the Marina Office during office hours. $2/washing load.
The Marina Office is open seven days a week. The Office is located adjacent the road entrance to the Marina, and close to the head of the fuel jetty.
Check out the office hours and contact details
Restaurant, Bar & Clubhouse
The Kerikeri Cruising Clubhouse is located 2 minutes walk from the Marina. Visitors to the Marina are welcome to visit the Clubhouse restaurant & bar. Check out the opening hours here.
Rubbish & Recycling
Waste and recycling bins are provided adjacent to the head of C pier.
Sewage Pump Out
A pump is provided on the fuel jetty for the removal of sewage from vessels. This pump is available for any vessel within the marina to use as required. There is no charge to use this pump.
Water is supplied to service modules located on every Marina pier. The water is not potable & should not be used for drinking.
The Marina relies on rain catchment so water conservation is mandatory & boat washing is prohibited during summer.
Water is available to the public at the fuel jetty at $10 per 100 litres, $2 coins required.