Miscellaneous Projects


Total Marine Services have been in business in New Zealand for over 25 years and over that period of time have completed a variety of marine projects for clients located around New Zealand. A testament to the success of the company and the ability to complete projects reflects directly on the experience and knowledge of the staff and the ability to adapt different construction methodologies to the individual projects.

Some of the more unusual projects the company have completed are listed below.

Ports of Auckland Marker Buoy Maintenance

Location : Auckland | Date: Ongoing

Total Marine Services have been contracted by the Ports of Auckland to maintain all of the shipping markers, buoys and beacons in the Waitemata Harbour.
There are a total of 21 marker buoys between Whangaporoa and Orere Point and are an essential navigational aid for all boats entering the Waitemata Harbour.
Maintenance work includes the checking and replacing all the components (chains, swivels shackles, lights, ropes, buoys etc) if required. In addition to the Ports of Auckland main shipping marker buoys Total Marine Services also service and maintain the various markers located in the harbour that warn boats of any dangers.

Mooring Buoy Installation and Maintenance

Location : NZ | Date: Ongoing

Total Marine Services have installed a number of mooring buoys within marina, harbours and waterways throughout New Zealand.
Over the years mooring buoys have become increasingly popular due to a shortage of available berthing facilities for recreational boaties within marinas and the outer islands. In addition to the installation of the mooring buoys Total Marine Services have been engaged to undertake maintenance work on the components of existing mooring buoys.

Artificial Shags Roost Orakei Basin

Location : Orakei Basin, Auckland | Date: 2010

Total Marine Services were awarded the contract to construct an artificial Shags Roost in the Orakei Basin.
As a condition of the Resource Consent an artificial Shags Roost was to be installed to replace the shags main roosting area which would be destroyed when the new timber boardwalk was constructed.

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