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New Zealand’s first 5 Global Gold Anchor Marina accreditation

Half Moon Bay Marina has become New Zealand’s first 5 Global Gold Anchor Marina.

Global Gold Anchor is an international accreditation which requires an assessment of a marina’s services, procedures, and facilities, including a customer survey.

The Marina Industries Association (MIA) carries out accreditation in the Asia Pacific region. Accreditation provides information as to the level of services and facilities at marinas and provides marinas operators with a set of standards and benchmarks to maintain.

“The secret is my team,” said Mark Hollier Half Moon Bay CEO. “We are very fortunate to have a team of long-term staff who are experts in their field, love this marina and their jobs. It is no secret we have great facilities, but it is the service and the care provided by the team that really set us apart.”

Half Moon Bay Marina is situated on the Tamaki River to the East of the City of Auckland. It was established in 1969.

The marina has 580 berths that can accommodate vessels up to 30m. A new 97-berth North Pier development and extension to the marina houses larger vessels up to 30m. The extension includes a dock master, a marina office and amenities.

Other facilities include dedicated multihull berths, onsite 24/7 fuel wharf, pump out facilities and a boatyard with a 35T and 85T Travelift. Trades and customers can also hire one of 18 covered work bays.

The work sheds have been designed as a feature and are lit up at night to provide a spectacle. There is also parking, an onsite shopping precinct including a medical centre, restaurants, cafes and bars and a gym.


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