TEN SEVENTY

TEN SEVENTY

High-Speed Survey Vessel from Q-West.

New Zealand naval architecture firm Teknicraft has incorporated a number of new design elements in ‘Ten Seventy’, a new foil assisted survey catamaran built by Q-West Boat Builders.

THREE MUSKETEERS NOW ON DUTY

THREE MUSKETEERS NOW ON DUTY

This 12m waterjet-propelled vessel is designed as a rapid response emergency command vessel.  

Paorae is able to carry emergency equipment – including foam delivery firefighting equipment – as well as acting as a forward-control operational base from which other rescue craft can operate.

TE KOTUKU – A KIWI QUEEN

TE KOTUKU – A KIWI QUEEN

New Zealand’s largest, fastest, newest fast ferry – proudly built in Wanganui. Take a stem-to-stern look over the latest addition to the Fullers Auckland commuter fleet.

Te Kotuku is engineered with the expectation of a 30 year career in the Hauraki Gulf, with features specifically designed for work conditions.  Not only that, she sets a new level of service, comfort and features for commuters and tourist passengers alike.

MIKOTAHI A LEADER IN PILOT BOATS

MIKOTAHI A LEADER IN PILOT BOATS

In the specialised field of pilot transfer vessels, Port Taranaki’s new launch Mikotahi stands out.

The port began a lengthy evaluation process to find the best proven design, and Scotland-based firm Camarc Design was chosen.  Wanganui boat builders Q-West, builders of the port’s oil field crew transfer vessel, carried out the construction.  Mikotahi is one of New Zealand’s most modern vessels, meeting the highest international standards, and although it is primarily a pilot vessel, it has the ability to adapt seamlessly for use as a back up boat for the Pohukura gas platform.

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