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Kiwi Yachting Consultants Ltd Kiwi Yachting Consultants Ltd
www.kiwiyachting.co.nz
Kiwi Yachting Consultants have been supplying the NZ Marine Industry with quality marine fittings since 1988. KYC supply a large network of marine retailers, boat yards and after-markets throughout NZ. KYC represents world-renowned brands, which include Lewmar, Nexus, Oceanair, Navtec, Allen Brothers, Whitlock, Facnor, Simpson Lawrence, Magic Marine, Sparcraft, RMC Marine, Blue Performance, Super Spars, Olimpic Sails & Wichard amongst others.

Latest Kiwi Yachting Consultants Ltd news articles


New range of retractable thrusters from Lewmar
Kiwi Yachting is offering a new range of retractable thrusters from Lewmar
Posted on 29 Nov
New motorised furler available from Kiwi Yachting
Profurl ND Electric Furlers give convenience, performance and reliability, every time you sail
Posted on 24 Oct
Minox C II - Now with universal compass
The ultimate marine binocular, now with universal compass - the Minox C II
Posted on 19 Oct
Viper Xtreme Outriggers – Gamefishing made easier
Viper's Xtreme game fishing package are extremely durable, still easy to fit and affordable
Posted on 24 Sep
Baltic assures Summer Safety with free service
Baltic ensures your Summer Safety for years to come
Posted on 1 Dec 2017
MOB+ Wireless engine cut off makes boating safe to be free
The new MOB+ by FELL Marine is the world’s smallest Man-Over-Board device, and is now available in NZ.
Posted on 21 Aug 2017
Trade-in your old “Leakers” for a new Lewmar hatch plus 20% discount
Sick of your hatches leaking? Can’t see through crazed acrylic? Trade them in for a Lewmar quality hatch - 20% off
Posted on 21 Aug 2017
MarinePlus expands distribution of exclusive brands and Sales Team
Melbourne-based wholesaler MarinePlus has welcomed on board two new Sales Executives
Posted on 20 Jun 2017
Top rated Solbian Super Rugged solar panels available at Safety at Sea
Solbian Super Rugged solar panels produce the highest power output and withstand the most extreme conditions
Posted on 13 Jan 2017