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One of the port of Napier New Zealand two tugs taken 18/6/2009
Another photo of the Ahuriri:
Pilot boat Pania
The pilot boat stationed at the Port of Napier NZ returnig to her berth after another successful pil...
On a good will visit to the port of Napier HMNZS Pukaki on 17/2/2012
Tug Ngahue moored at Napier NZ. I am not quite sure what she is doing here
Island Passage nearly went unnoticed in the Port of Napier on the 15/11/12 as I was expecting someth...
The towing eye of the tug Ngahue working in Napier 17/11/12
HMNZS Rotoiti (IMO ?) Photgraph taken on 15/2/13 During our Art Deco weekend and the NZ navy always ...
Ted Ashby, This is a replica sailing barge that plied the waters of New Zealand and this is owned by...
Whaka. This is not the name of the vessel but the type of sailing vessel used by the Maori's to come...
Bailey D, IMO 7405974. This is a Oil/fresh water bunkering vessel in Auckland on 13/5/13