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Porirua launching ramps

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Porirua launching ramps

Updated 31 July 2012 4:29pm

Plimmerton Boating Club

Plimmerton Boating Club ramp is a concrete ramp. There are two ramps, one for northerlies and one for southerlies. There is some parking is available.

These ramps are provided by the Plimmerton Boating Club for their members' use. You can contact the manager on T 04233 1592

Mana Marina

Mana Marina ramp is a concrete ramp. Suitable in all tides and wind, with some parking available.

This ramp is provided by Mana Cruising Club for their members' use.You can contact the manager on T 04 233 1578

Paremata Bridge

Paremata Bridge is a sandy-beach launching area. Difficult at low tide, with limited parking available.

This is a public facility maintained by the Porirua City Council.

Grays Road water ski lane

This is a beach launching area. Difficult at low tide and in southerly winds with limited parking available.

Browns Bay

Browns Bay is a sandy-beach launching area. Difficult at low tide and in northerly winds with very little parking available.

Onepoto Ramp

Onepoto Ramp is a concrete ramp. Difficult at low tide but unaffected by wind and with some parking available.

Onepoto Beach

Onepoto Beach is a beach launching area adjacent to the Wellington Powerboat Club. Difficult at low tide but unaffected by wind and with limited parking available.

Titahi Bay (north and south)

Titahi Bay is a sandy-beach launching area. Difficult at low tide but unaffected by wind and with some parking available. Be careful of getting your wheels stuck with an incoming tide.

Avoid the central part of the beach as it is illegal to drive or park on the fossil forest buried under the sand.

Pukerua Bay

Pukerua Bay is a small steep concrete ramp best suited for smaller boats. Affected by northerly winds and with limited parking.