The Marina

Te Ana Marina features almost 200 floating berths with lengths of 10m–36m, providing shelter for vessels of all types. Berth holders can enjoy the convenience of walk-on access, water, power, and Wi-Fi services in their boats. Te Ana’s location in Lyttelton’s inner harbour offers protection from significant weather events, not to mention the beautiful views at hand.

Berth Facilities
Free nearby parkingElectricity to your vessel
Rubbish removalWater to your vessel
SecurityMarina office and team
LightingElectric vehicle chargers
Internet accessBathroom and laundry facilities
Berth Fees

Our berth fees for both long-term and casual bookings are below.

All fees are subject to change from time to time.

No part of a boat (including fittings and attachments) may extend beyond the dimensions of the berth unless LPC approves otherwise in writing. You may be required to move to a larger berth and pay the fee for a larger berth if your boat is oversized.

Casual berths are strictly subject to availability, confirmation and pre-booking.

Living aboard and commercial use is by approved application only.

The prices (below) include GST.

Licenced customers must pay by direct debit.

Fee Schedule

Long-term booking

Mono HullMulti Hull Mono HullMulti Hull
10m berth $496$744 $5,954$8,924
12m berth $606$909 $7,273$10,909
14m berth $757$1,136 $9,084$13,626
16m berth $878$1,318 $10,536$15,811
18m berth $1,060$1,591 $12,721$19,088
20m berth $1,151$1,727 $13,813$20,726
26m and 30m berth P.O.AP.O.A P.O.AP.O.A

*Minimum three months

Casual booking

Mono HullMulti Hull Mono HullMulti Hull
10m berth $47$71 $792$1,187
12m berth $56$84 $917$1,376
14m berth $72$107 $1,091$1,636
16m berth $83$127 $1,230$1,844
18m berth $98$136 $1,438$2,157
20m berth $107$161 $1,543$2,314
Over 20 metres P.O.AP.O.A P.O.AP.O.A

Book a Berth

To enquire about booking a berth, get in touch with our team, which will be able to discuss options. While we look forward to hosting you at the marina, there can often be a waitlist, and we appreciate your patience while we work to accommodate the diverse range of vessels that visit.

The full range of forms you need can be found below, along with our entry requirements.

Berth Agreement

Casual Berth Agreement

Direct Debit

Entry Requirements

Clean Hull

Vessels are major pathways for pest species, hitching rides on hulls, in bilge water or areas that are hard to clean. To protect our marine ecosystem in Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour, Te Ana Marina has entry requirements relating to a clean hull. Our process for entry into Te Ana Marina includes the following steps.

  1. Complete the Clean Hull Declaration Form and send photos as evidence of a clean hull to
  2. Te Ana Marina staff will assess the level of biosecurity risk and approve an arrival inspection or request further information or cleaning.
  3. Upon arrival, your vessel will be checked for evidence of a clean hull, and you will either be approved for entry or required to undergo cleaning.


Marina Rules

The safety and security of our visitors are our priority, and all visitors must follow the Te Ana Marina Rules. They can be found here.


The Team
Matt Blythe

Marina Manager
021 195 7246


Matt has been at Te Ana Marina as the manager since the marina was constructed and opened in March 2018.

He has a background in public service roles, and in the last ten years has moved to the marine and marina industry having managed a small port in the upper south island prior to opening Te Ana Marina.

Matt is extremely proud of the reputation that Te Ana Marina has developed as a friendly, welcoming and well presented marina full of great people.

In his downtime you are likely to find him either in the bush or on the water.

Jodie Carter

Marina Assistant
021 392 962


Jodie joined Te Ana Marina at the start of 2021.

She was previously a stay-at-home mum and before that a Legal Secretary. Jodie enjoyed sailing as a family when her boys were younger, and boating in the Marlborough Sounds.

You can find Jodie either in the office taking care of admin business, dockwalking or driving the work boat.

Outside of work she’s a homebody and likes nothing better than donning her headphones and taking in a good podcast.

Services Directory


Sports Marine

507 Moorhouse Avenue, Waltham

03 379 9208

Ramco Boats

305 Flaxton Road, Rangiora

03 313 3560

Icon Custom Boats

305 Flaxton Road, Rangiora

03 133 560

Icon Marine Hub

305a Flaxton Road, Rangiora

03 313 3560

Mr Boats

247 – 251 Dyers Road, Bromley

03 384 2726

Fi-Glass Boats

247 Dyers Road, Bromley

03 384 3199

Boat Repairs, Services and Supplies

Oborn’s Nautical

49 Shakespeare Road, Waltham

03 377 1800

DC Marine

18 Simeon Quay, Lyttelton

022 573 1347

Marine Focus

207 Stafford Street, Timaru

027 488 3302

Lyttelton Engineering

Godley Quay, Lyttelton

03 328 8105

Boat NZ

32 Settlers Crescent, Ferrymead

03 384 3849


50 Norwich Quay, Lyttelton

03 328 8322

AC Industrial and Marina Specialists

39 Hands Rd, Middleton

03 980 3847

White and Taylor

2 Orbell St, Sydenham

03 379 6151

Whitehead Plumbing and Gas

1B Grafton Street, Waltham

03 379 0711


11b Marylands Place, Middleton

03 335 0273

Environmental Sustainability

Te Ana Marina has been a certified clean marina since 2022. This means we demonstrate environmental initiatives to help protect our coastal areas for future generations. Reducing contaminants, implementing good waste management, and emergency response planning are all components of being a clean marina. Being part of the wider Port, all activities are undergoing improvements to reduce discharges of pollutants to air and water. Berth holders at Te Ana Marina are essential in playing their part in making environmental decisions and preventing the discharge of contaminants. This includes:

  • No discharge of grey or black water from a vessel
  • Immediate clean-up of spills
  • Care when refuelling a vessel and ensuring you have a way of containing and cleaning spills
  • No sanding, grinding or painting in the Marina
  • Any cleaning of hulls needs to be discussed with Te Ana Marina staff and should be contracted by professionals.   

We regularly monitor water quality at Te Ana Marina to understand our impacts and to be able to see patterns over time. There have been increased sightings of wildlife, such as stingrays and seahorses, indicating that the harbour’s health is improving, and we want this trend to continue.