Vacancies

Would you like to:

  • Be self-employed with the support of New Zealand's largest Marine brokerage?
  • Follow a proven marine brokerage business system?


What you will need to be a successful Marine Broker:

  • Self discipline, self motivation, Honesty
  • Ability to communicate and establish rapport
  • Negotiation skills
  • Self-confidence to work successfully while unsupervised
  • A keen interest in all things boating.

If this sounds like you please contact:

Recent Listings

1976 Salthouse Corsair Mk I. Price=NZ$135,000

Launched approximately 1976, GRP construction, powered by 210hp Caterpillar diesels, shaft drive, delivering 12 - 14 knots, with bowthruster. 1.95m headroom with 4 single berths forward, twin side cabin with head/shower opposite. Dinette portside, galley aft portside. Cockpit with walk through transom and flybridge with hardtop and custom centre pod steering station. Electronics include VHF x 2...
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1976 Salthouse Corsair Mk I

1991 Bayliner Widebody. Price=NZ$79,000

Bayliner Widebody Flybridge, GRP construction, launched 1991, powered by Honda BF 250 Outboard, gamerigged , live bait tank, Tuna tubes, washdown, drum anchor winch, triple axle haul out trailer, elec winch and braked, no Reg & Wof, bimini and clears, boarding ladder, toilet, shower, 12 v fridge, 2 x burner hob, 2 x double berths, electronics include VHF, GPS/plotter/ depthsounder/ fishfinder ...
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1991 Bayliner Widebody

1989 Chico 35. Price=NZ$98,000

Designed by Gary Mull and built by Keith Eade using foam core construction, this 1989 vessel is an excellent example of her class. Yanmar 3GM30FC engine, spacious cockpit, wheel steering and bimini. 6'6" Headroom, single and enclosed double quarterberths aft, galley to port with nav station opposite. Main saloon has 2 settee berths with folding table between, enclosed toilet to port and double ...
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1989 Chico 35
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