FISHING CHARTER BUSINESS AT ICONIC MOERAKI, NORTH OTAGO

For sale is both the vessel and its business goodwill. Vendor seeks offers around $300,000 plus GST made up as follows: Value of vessel Sirocco $250,000 plus gst. Goodwill $50,000 plus gst.

For further information, please contact;

Jim Lewis, New Zealand Marine Brokers, 03 443 4649, mail@nzmb.com, www.nzmb.com

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Sirocco

16.75m commercial charter boat built 1989 by Conquest – Seachrome Marine, Western Australia. Fibreglass foam sandwich construction. 4 berth accommodation in focsle. Work deck aft with engine room and 2.5T fishroom below. Fly bridge. Clear back deck 11m x 5m. Main engine Fiat 8281V8 twin turbo 700hp. Economical cruise 14 knots. Aux engine supplies 240V power. Fuel cap 2000 litres. Vessel is set up primarily as day charter fishing vessel – up to 20 pax. Full set of radios and navigation aids. Vessel is in current survey for up to 22 pax. The operation is fully entered into MOSS system. Sirocco is a good example of a fibreglass West Australian style fishing boat. Conquest-Seachrome are top notch WA boat builders. Very heavily built and well maintained throughout its life. Totally intact. Clean and tidy in all departments.

Iconic Fishing Village of Moeraki

45º 22' S, 170º 51' E ‘Sleepy sky’ or ‘a place to rest by day’
Moeraki is a small fishing village on North Otago’s east coast. The modern township started life on Boxing Day 1836 when John Hughes and several men from Weller Brothers established a whaling station on Katiki Point. While occupied by Europeans since then, Mäori occupation of the area predates this by some four hundred years.

Moeraki Boulders

The Moeraki Boulders to the north are huge spherical stones scattered over the sandy beaches. They are not ordinary round boulders shaped by rivers and pounding seas, they are concretions and formed in ancient sea floor sediments.