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The new 360-passenger vessels, delivered by Wanganui-based boatbuilders Q-West, mean that Fullers can further commit to consistency of vessel, higher frequency and a travelling speed of 26 knots delivering a superior journey for the 20 daily Auckland - Waiheke services.
Fullers CEO Doug Hudson says the builds are the next evolution of the Fullers fleet as it heavily invests in more reliable travel for both locals and visitors. Delivered in stages, the first vessel will be launched in October 2016 with the other planned to be christened April 2017.
Modelled on the Te Kotuku design (also built by Q-West and launched in September 2014) that features electronic engines and improved emission control technologies, the two new aluminium catamarans have been modified further based on both staff and passenger feedback with an additional 80 seats, an extra scenic viewing platform and increased designated cabin baggage through a change to the superstructure configuration.
Hudson confirms it was very important to the company, and particularly the shareholder, that the vessels were constructed locally thereby providing a much needed boost to the regional economy. Q-West’s managing director and President of the NZ Marine Industry Association Myles Fothergill is equally pleased.
Peter Busfield, Executive Director of the NZ Marine Industry Association (NZ Marine) says the two vessel order further boosts an already vibrant marine sector. The vessels are designed by Australian company Incat Crowther who have offices in New South Wales, USA, South America and Europe. With a strong focus on growth, InMotion Group incorporates a diversified portfolio of transport assets across New Zealand.
Based in Whanganui New Zealand, Q-West is well known internationally for building quality aluminium vessels of varying types from 12 metres up to 40 metres in length. The Wanganui-based company has an extremely busy year ahead and has started increasing staff numbers to cope with the current and upcoming work. Auckland Boats are pretty much a way of life here due to the fact that everyone lives only a short distance from the sea. Auckland Harbour is alive with everything from sailboards racing around, ferries crossing between the islands and ocean going container ships and passenger liners. There are more boats per capita in Auckland than anywhere else in the world, so to take maximum advantage of Auckland's beautiful maritime location and to get around the many beautiful islands in the gulf, you really should think about owning a boat of your own.

Then, if you have any energy left, cruise back to the 'City of Sails' and experience for yourself the exciting Auckland nightlife.
Arson has been ruled out as the cause of a fire which destroyed a $60 million super yacht in a fire at a Mt Wellington boat builder's yard. Fire investigators are still working to determine the cause of the blaze, which took hold at McMullen and Wing yacht and boatbuilding about 1am on Sunday, but there is nothing to suggest foul play, Fire Service Counties Manukau area commander Larry Cocker said. The fire started externally and it's unknown exactly what triggered it, whether it was a chemical or electrical. McMullen and Wing has a long history of building luxury and high performance yachts and was the brawn behind New Zealand's America's Cup winning yacht Black magic. It is understood the vessel at the centre of the blaze, Star Fish, was a 50 meter super yacht which had half a year to go until completion. Star Fish is the successor to the multi-award winning 45m luxury expedition yacht Big Fish, built for the same owner, Hong Kong-based Aquos Yachts. McMullen and Wing commercial manager Michael Eaglen said it was absolutely mortifying that two and a half years of energy and love was gone. Eaglen said the company was awaiting the fire service to finish up at the site before insurance assessors could investigate. The yacht is four storeys high, can accommodate 12 guests and 12 crew members, has 15 toilets and an outdoor cinema area.
About 90 fire fighters tackled the blaze with some making their way onto the vessel while it was still burning. McMullen and Wing employees gathered yesterday in a cordoned-off area outside their workplace before being briefed on the situation by management.
One employee who worked on the yacht said he did not want to speculate on the fate of the yacht but that the situation didn't look good.

Another person in attendance, who claimed to have close links with McMullen and Wing, described the blaze as the "worst nightmare" for a company with such a fine track record in its field. In 1995 Black Magic, led by Sir Peter Blake and Russell Coutts, beat the American defender Young America in a 5-0 victory off San Diego, California. Encore was built for experienced Alloy customers and will now spend the coming weeks in commissioning mode before being handed over to the owners in late June. The Aniolam Express was the second vessel completed this year, the first being a 40.2-metre split-hopper barge for Auckland, also built over the 2012-2013 period. Port of Taranaki asked for a proven design and Camarc are one of the world’s most prolific pilot boat designers with 75 vessels currently in operation and about 15 in build right now. Located on the Tamaki River, Half Moon Bay marina is a good size and has all the facilities you'll need. Once that's happened we will be able to work with insurance and go through figuring out how much damage there is and what is repairable and what needs re-doing," he said. There are many boat and yacht builders, designers and merchants around the area and you'll find plenty of privately advertised boats for sale. Located at the entrance to the Hauraki Gulf, underneath the Auckland Harbour bridge, it's the biggest Marina in the southern hemisphere.

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