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

Dubois. Price=NZ$200,000

Unfinished Project. 70ft Dubois Schooner in need of new owner to reassemble and add own personal touch. Major work done. Powered by twin 100hp Yanmar diesels, shaft drive. Gensets x 2 - 1 new and 1 reconditioned. Forced sale due to ill health....
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1982 Cavalier 39 MK11. Price=NZ$78,000

GRP offshore cruising yacht, launched approximately 1982. Yanmar 40hp aux, low hours (100), cruises 6 - 8 knots. Simrad GPS/chartplotter/depthsounder/fishfinder. Bimini extension covers for cockpit, solar panel - very efficient. Cockpit squabs, BBQ, cockpit table, fenders, radar reflector, bosuns chair. 2.4m Inflatable tender with 2hp outboard. 6'2" headroom with 1 single and 2 double bert...
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1982 Cavalier 39 MK11

1959 Curnow & Wilton. Price=NZ$90,000 + GST in MOSS

14.6m Strongly built in double diagonal Matai and powered by a reliable 8/71 Detroit diesel delivering a cruise speed of 8-12 knots. Accommodation consists of 5 berths with toilet, shower and gas stove. Vessel is equipped with GPS, fishfinder, VHF radio and a large aft deck. In Current MOSS survey for 21 pax inshore, currently working the Kaipara....
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1959 Curnow & Wilton
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