Talley's to rebuild, enlarge Port Nelson wharf

Talley's wharf extension work on the northern end of the Maitai Reclamation at Port Nelson.
MARION VAN DIJK

Talley's wharf extension work on the northern end of the Maitai Reclamation at Port Nelson.

Talley's is rebuilding and enlarging one of its Port Nelson wharves to provide increased working space.  

The project at the northern end of the boat harbour began last month and is expected to be finished by the end of August.

Talley's director Andrew Talley said the new wharf would also allow improvements to wharfside operations.

"The old wharf had weight limitations which restricted its use," he said. 

He declined to give the project's cost. 

Talley's bases its extensive deepsea fleet at Port Nelson and has a second wharf adjoining its Amaltal complex beside Akersten St. 

The works can best be viewed from Vickerman St on the opposite side of the boat harbour channel.  

 

Ad Feedback

 - Stuff

Ad Feedback
special offers
Family Notices

Celebrations

X

View births, marriages and celebrations from around the region

Death notices

X

View obituaries from around the region

Digital Editions

Admire

x

Lifestyle magazine

Motoring

x

Your local guide to motoring

Ad Feedback