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Q-West’s approach to building these vessels was to build craft that operate for a large amount of hours and to minimise the downtime and refit work for the future.
Wellington’s new pilot boat is the second Scottish-designed, Kiwi-built pilot vessel commissioned in New Zealand. 19.8m, twin Scania-powered, this Q-West boat impresses on a lot of levels.
Prime Minister John Key paid a visit to Wanganui on Friday 22nd June 2012, visiting local businesses including, Q-West Boat Builders.
A major refit of a Fiordland tourist boat has come to an end and within a few days the Milford Wanderer will be at its home waters of Milford Sound ready for the summer season.
On time and on budget are two key components giving a Wanganui company a head-start on the competition.
Producing high quality at a fair price and never delivering late are among the core principles that continue to drive leading New Zealand aluminium vessel crafting firm, Q-West Boat Builders.
Q-West Boat Builders show that it is possible for a boat building company to diversity successfully as demand for new fishing boats decrease.
The NZ Workboat Review 2011, has published the following article about NIWA’s new boat, the Ikatere.
The NZ Workboat Review 2011, has published the following article on Wellington’s new Police Boat, the Lady Elizabeth IV.
he NZ Workboat Review 2011, has published the attached article regarding Whale Watch Kaikoura’s newest boat Wawahia, built by Q-West.
A new pilot boat from Q-West Boat Builders for the Port of Tauranga.
The New Zealand Maritime Police are the owners of this extraordinary and innovative new fast patrol / rescue boat.