The Premier Destination for Super Yacht Refits


Holton Marine provides a one stop service for launch, ship and super yacht maintenance and repair at Orams Marine Village, Westhaven, Auckland, New Zealand.

Close to Auckland's commercial slipways and the Viaduct Basin, we are on-call for routine maintenance or emergency repairs of both pleasure craft and commercial vessels.

We service many international customers who take advantage of our quality workmanship then enjoy cruising New Zealand’s scenic locations during the Northern Hemisphere winter.

Holton Marine offers:

  • Premium quality repair and refurbishment of hulls and superstructure in all materials.
  • Welding to Lloyds, ABS, DMV, BV, AWS, US Coastguard and Germanischer Lloyds standards.
  • Systems repair, modification or installation including hydraulic systems, fire protection systems, pipe work, ducting etc.
  • Design, lofting and fabrication in stainless steel, alloy and other materials.
  • Custom made components such as brackets, rigging components, deck fittings and ornamental work.
  • Project management of large scale refits and refurbishment.
  • Tender repair, maintenance and custom modification or custom tender manufacture.
  • Handrail and staunchion repair and manufacture.
  • Consultancy on launch, yacht and super yacht maintenance.
  • Cut to length extrusion aluminium and stainless steel / marine grade alignment pins.
Our extensive hands-on experience means you get the job done properly, on time and with no nasty surprises.

 

For all marine services, make Holton Marine your first port of call.

LATEST NEWS

Thalia 
Recently re-launched after a ten month refit including installation of underwater lighting and a forward facing sonar.Thalia_Superyacht_1b.jpg

Shenandoah


Holton Marine has had a long association with this vessel. Click the photo for more information or see our gallery for more pictures.
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