A Safe Anchorage
Fully Serviced, Floating Berths
On completion of stages one and two, 170 floating berths with lengths of 10m or more will provide shelter for yachts and powerboats. Berth holders will enjoy the convenience of walk on access and water and power services out to their boat. Furthermore, Te Ana’s location in the safe wave environment of Lyttelton’s inner harbour offers protection from major weather events, not to mention the beautiful views at hand.
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Berth Holder Facilities
- Free nearby parking
- Rubbish removal
- Internet access
- Electricity to your vessel
- Water to your vessel
- Marina office
- Marina manager
- Washroom facilities
We are committed to having berths available by the end of 2017.
- Can I buy
my berth? No. The berths are available for licence only, but we will protect your tenure. Each berth will have a separate rental agreement, renewed annually, with no minimum term.
- How much
will it cost? Fees will range according to the size of your vessel. We’re keeping life simple by rolling up all marina license costs into a single annual fee, paid monthly.
- Will there be
a haul out? There will be no land storage or launch on site. We are working with nearby Naval Point Club to develop a haul out solution for our berth holders.
- Can I berth my
or live-aboard? Clean commercial boats and live-aboard opportunities will be limited and based on an application and approval process. An additional fee for these will apply.
- Will there be
fuel available? We are working through options to provide fuel and anticipate that this will become available in future stages.
- Are there still
berths available? Yes we still have berths available in the 12m to 16m range, but they are in hot demand and selling quickly.
It is our intention to set fees that are in keeping with what you would expect to pay for a modern floating berth in a central locale.
12m vessel$480–$580per month