Q. Can anyone enter the Marine Precinct?
A. No, All personnel or contractors must report to the site office located at the end of Den place. You must have a purpose for entering the precinct it is not open to the public.
Q. What is the current wait list?
A. This changes day to day the sooner you register your interest the sooner we can fit you and your vessel in.
Q. Where do I enquire about being lifted or berth arrangements?
A. See the link below
Q. Where do I enquire about wharf hire?
A. This is available through the website under bookings [add in click here]
Q. Will the hardstand be only available to those businesses that are located within the overall precinct?
A. The hardstand will be open to any vessels. Bookings for haulout and hardstand space will be managed by the precinct manager who will be independent of the various precinct occupiers.
Q. Will marine contractors based outside the precinct be welcome to work on vessels stored within the precinct?
A. Yes, the precinct is for the benefit of the regions marine industry so outside contractors will be able to work on vessels within the precinct so long as they have appropriate insurance and have correctly been inducted by the manager into the precinct.
Q. How much will the land be to buy?
A. Land value will be derived by either independent valuation or by the market through the tender process.
Q. How much will it cost to haul a vessel out and store it at the precinct?
A. A rate card for such costs has not been published as yet but the pricing will be set by the manager and Council to make sure the precinct is attractive to commercial vessels that would otherwise be leaving the region to undertake their maintenance works at other marine maintenance facilities.
Q. Where can I register as a contractor?
A. We encourage all contractors to complete the registration by clicking the button below:
If you have any other questions, click here to direct them to the Project Director on the Contact Us page