Aaron and his crew are located in the heart of Matakana at 50 Matakana Valley Road. They are a Mercury dealership and Volvo Penta agent, servicing ALL makes and models of marine power. They are also adept at inventing cunning engineering solutions with their experience and competent workshop. New and rejuvinated engines available. Give ’em a call at 09 422 7822 or 021 429955 or drop them an email at email@example.com.
Going somewhere? Book it with the EXPERTS at World Travellers Warkworth. Lynette and her team can make sure you get there and back in one [happy] piece.
Wayne Adkins has extensive experience in servicing and trouble shooting on ALL makes of outboard. Mahurangi Marine is a highly successful HONDA dealership, with all the knowledge and experience to get you the best from the industry leading Honda Marine outboard motors. A mobile service available too. Check out the Mahurangi Marine website or call into the Snells Beach workshop for sound advice. Remember: you can’t get out and push, so don’t skimp on your servicing!
When it comes to manufacturing, repairing, and retubing inflatable boats, trust no other than N&K Consulting.
Our company has been in the industry for 35 years and we’re experienced in every area of making and fixing inflatable boats. N&K Consulting is run by Neil Curtling, the founder of Southern Pacific Inflatables which is the largest inflatable manufacturing company in New Zealand.
Hunting and Fishing
The Hunting & Fishing New Zealand team are as passionate about the outdoors as you are – our stores have been described as interesting destinations in themselves for hunters, fishers or any outdoor enthusiast!
NZ Sport Fishing Council
Our National affiliation is to the very dedicated team of the NZ Sport Fishing Council.
Sandspit Yacht Club
WwGFC is the Sportfishing Division of the Sandspit Yacht Club:
International Game Fish Association
WwGFC is a full Member Club of the International Game Fish Association.
The weather forecasting doesn’t get much better than Swellmap, so use this link:
…and if you’re thinking of the garden, here’s a link to the Met Service Rain Radar: