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I've just been on the hard at Napier. 32 foot yacht. $200 haulout and back in. $21 per day. OK to live aboard. In Gisborne haulout $380, $41 per day and a very industrial setup so not pleasant to live aboard.

Napier Yacht Club are great to deal with. Great facility and friendly folks. I really enjoyed my time there.

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Grid use appear to be banned around NZ except for a very light rub with a sponge, Whatever is attached to the hull must be removed and captured to a sludge tank. I wonder if any of the folk propo

I'm a similar size and also looking. People are pretty booked up at the moment.   I'll come alongside and we can do both boats together. Easier with an extra hand!

You could try Panmure Yacht & boating club. They used to haul non members but you go to the back of the queue and get hauled when no members waiting. Good facilities. Don't know where you are moor

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Panmure Yacht & Boating Club has a haulout yard/ slipway on the Tamaki River. Members rates are Haulout $50 and storeage at $8 per day if you have your own cradle or plus $40 to use a club pool cradle relaunching $50

Waterblaster and air compresser onsite. E contact- info@pybc.org.nz

Non members are welcome, surcharge applies but it is better to join up.

The Club has a full sailing programme summer & winter, Coming up is the Classic Quarter & Half Ton series, Annual 2 handed 3 legged races. monthly fishing comps, and our Centennial party in March 2012

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Any info on haul outs in the South Auckland / East Auckland area?  Brooklands in Clevedon can't handle our 10m, 1.7m draft keeler, so I'm looking for a haul out and hardstand for waterblast, sand and antifoul action.  I have a pwtrol waterblaster, just need 230v supply for sanding and painting (airless spray). 

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Other side of the world. Lift and drop inside 3 days, 270 euro. Yearly berth fee €2380. Lift 200, no daily charge is you’re an annual berth holder. Back in 200. Stands 1buck a day. 
live aboard no problem. Grid is also free as a yearly berth holder. 

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Grid use appear to be banned around NZ except for a very light rub with a sponge, Whatever is attached to the hull must be removed and captured to a sludge tank.

I wonder if any of the folk proposing and enforcing this sort of official behaviour have ever watched a mussel harvester in action, the amount of mud, marine debris, fan worms (perhaps) etc. etc. that are gushing off the harvester back into the sea are exactly the same as could be hanging off the bottom of any yacht on the grid, With perhaps a smidgen of antifoul that might be removed in the cleaning process. Given that the dumbed down properties of antifoul available today is the reason you are on the grid in the first place, would generally have bugger all effect on the flora and fauna no matter where the grid is. 

Oh also, the very wise Northland Regional Council (NRC.) will be diving on any and perhaps all vessels in the Kaipara harbour over the coming summer. Done by an in-house "team"?? up for open tender?? who knows.

Their (NRC's) "new castle" is being built in Dargaville, ostensibly to house the 2 NRC workers who had to travel from Whangarei each day. ( and they probably still will as that is obviously where they live). Funded by long suffering Northland ratepayers, who were never asked. this is a council that expressed itself as open and transparent, I was therefore quite surprised that when I asked a question re the above process, I was told I would have to go through the Official information act, open, transparent, I don't think so!!

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18 hours ago, aardvarkash10 said:

necromancing the thread...

Any info on haul outs in the South Auckland / East Auckland area?  Brooklands in Clevedon can't handle our 10m, 1.7m draft keeler, so I'm looking for a haul out and hardstand for waterblast, sand and antifoul action.  I have a pwtrol waterblaster, just need 230v supply for sanding and painting (airless spray). 

I'm a similar size and also looking. People are pretty booked up at the moment. 

 I'll come alongside and we can do both boats together. Easier with an extra hand!

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others that come to mind

Commercial - Half Moon bay and Pine Harbour

Surprised you cannot come out at Brooklands, I think there is another slipway further up the Wairoa but do not know draft

Shelly Beach BC - members only, maybe join for the long term

BBYC - not sure if members only?

Is the slip beside the old Panmure bridge still functioning? Not sure with the highway expansion

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1 hour ago, Steve Pope said:

Grid use appear to be banned around NZ except for a very light rub with a sponge, Whatever is attached to the hull must be removed and captured to a sludge tank.

I wonder if any of the folk proposing and enforcing this sort of official behaviour have ever watched a mussel harvester in action, the amount of mud, marine debris, fan worms (perhaps) etc. etc. that are gushing off the harvester back into the sea are exactly the same as could be hanging off the bottom of any yacht on the grid, With perhaps a smidgen of antifoul that might be removed in the cleaning process. Given that the dumbed down properties of antifoul available today is the reason you are on the grid in the first place, would generally have bugger all effect on the flora and fauna no matter where the grid is. 

Oh also, the very wise Northland Regional Council (NRC.) will be diving on any and perhaps all vessels in the Kaipara harbour over the coming summer. Done by an in-house "team"?? up for open tender?? who knows.

Their (NRC's) "new castle" is being built in Dargaville, ostensibly to house the 2 NRC workers who had to travel from Whangarei each day. ( and they probably still will as that is obviously where they live). Funded by long suffering Northland ratepayers, who were never asked. this is a council that expressed itself as open and transparent, I was therefore quite surprised that when I asked a question re the above process, I was told I would have to go through the Official information act, open, transparent, I don't think so!!

Pretty annoying all of that and one of the reasons we have sold our boat after 18 years, the costs keep going up and up with little justification. A real shame what these leeches are doing to destroy a great Kiwi tradition.

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