About Us

Welcome to Marine Electrics NZ Limited, specialists in Marine Electrical & Marine Electronics. We supply, install and service all major brands of electrical and electronic equipment. Proud to be New Zealand agents for Raymarine, Lowrance, Mastervolt, Simrad, B&G, Victron, Marinco, and CZone.

Based inside the Orams Marine Village in Auckland’s Westhaven Marina precinct and servicing all of Auckland’s Marinas.
Marine Electrics NZ Ltd was established for boat owners that demand experience and expertise. After observing a shortage of electricians in the industry that are actually trained and qualified to a marine electrical standard and that have the impeccable attention to detail and skill required for such work, Royal New Zealand Navy trained Director Gavin Dakers announced the launch of Marine Electrics NZ Ltd in 1990 to cater for this specialised market.

Our growing team have a diverse range of expertise and knowledge with each team member bringing specialised skills from their respective fields to the team. Just like boating it’s imperative to be surrounded by a skilled crew that can offer different perspectives, sound knowledge and support at all times.

It is imperative that you can completely trust and rely on people that have access to your boat. You can feel confident in the knowledge that Marine Electrics NZ are a long standing and successful business established over 23 years ago. Marine Electrics NZ are regarded as industry leaders, their knowledge and skills are highly sort after and their clients safety on the water and their boats security is paramount.

At Marine Electrics NZ we pride ourselves on our exceptional level of service and impeccable workmanship. With technology constantly changing we ensure our team are always up to speed through on-going education and training both nationally and internationally. Of course you just can’t beat the knowledge gained from experience!

We are proud member of the New Zealand Marine Industry Association. The MIA represents New Zealand’s leading marine service companies. Members operate under a code of ethics to protect the interests of the boating public of New Zealand.

To further insure our clients are receiving the most current technical advice we are also recognised members of NMEA – National Marine Electronics Association, A worldwide, self-sustaining organization committed to enhancing the technology and safety of electronics used in marine applications.

Call us or visit us today, we are happy to answer all of your questions, so that you can be confident your boat is in good hands.

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Why Choose Us

It is critical that you ensure the electrician working on your boat has the correct qualifications for the work he is carrying out. For overall safety and insurance purposes all 230 volt work must be signed off and have a certificate issued by a fully registered 230 volt electrician.
Boats have specialised systems on board of which certain aspects vary from the skills of an automotive electrician or house electrician. Having crew that have experience and qualifications in DC Marine Systems is another very important aspect to consider when choosing your Marine Electrician
With 10 highly experienced team members we can offer you a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw from. The extra man power and combined knowledge pool we can offer on your next project is priceless.
In an unregulated industry it is paramount that you choose your Marine Electrician and Electronics expert wisely. After observing a shortage of electricians in the industry that are actually trained and qualified to a marine electrical standard and that have the impeccable attention to detail and skill required for such work, Royal New Zealand Navy trained Director Gavin Dakers announced the launch of Marine Electrics NZ Ltd in 1990 to cater for this specialised market.

Peace of mind is everything! Knowing the company working on your boat have a long standing proven track record in the industry is imperative. Reassurance that you know, who and where we are from offers boat owners a peace of mind and a sense of security and trust that only comes from a solid established business of 20+ years.

Being a registered contractor is important point to look for when selecting a Marine Electrician to work on your boat. It verifies that the company has the correct type and level of insurances to work on your size vessel, essential for all Marinas today. It also shows they have been through the safety induction process and completed safety training.
More reassurance and peace of mind!

Marinas we service:

  • Auckland Viaduct Harbour
  • Bayswater Marina
  • Gulf Harbour Marina
  • Halfmoon Bay Marina
  • Milford Marina
  • OBC (Out Board Boating Club)
  • Orakei Marina
  • Pier 21
  • Orams Dry Stack
  • The Landing Okahu Bay
  • Westhaven Marina
  • WestPark Marina
  • Pine Harbour

For larger, specialised projects our team can travel throughout New Zealand or overseas if required, these projects are accepted and estimated on a case by case basis.

The Electrical Safety Certificate (ESC) provides a legally recognisable statement that the connected installation or part installation is safe to use following prescribed electrical work (PEW). An ESC is required in the circumstances described in Regulation 74A of the Electricity (Safety) Regulations (ESRs), and it must record the information identified in ESR 74A.

Sound knowledge, specialised skills and experience only come with time!
With a combined 100+ years from our team, and an impressive 25+ years from Gavin alone, your boat will benefit from our passion and drive for the industry that can only be proven with the dedication and years put into earning it.

All Certified Dealers complete extensive training.
Certified Dealers within the Advantage Program have the highest levels of product knowledge, installation ability and technical proficiency, allowing you to be safe in the knowledge that your new Lowrance, Simard and B&G products are ready for action whenever you are. Exceptional service, unbeatable product knowledge and utmost professionalism – installations and information you can trust.

Raymarine, the world leader in marine electronics develops and manufactures the most comprehensive range of electronic equipment for the recreational boating and light commercial marine markets. And, behind it all, there’s Raymarine’s service commitment: outstanding warranty and technical support – and a worldwide network, providing total peace of mind wherever your boating takes you.
We are proud member of the New Zealand Marine Industry Association. The MIA represents New Zealand’s leading marine service companies. Members operate under a code of ethics to protect the interests of the boating public of New Zealand

The NMEA was founded in 1957 to promote technical data standards and improve industry professionalism within the marine industry. The NMEA publishes standards and promotes education programs with recognised certifications. Electronics technology changes constantly, and the NMEA—an ANSI-accredited standards developer—continually updates the standards for the benefit of its members and for all boaters using marine electronics.

NMEA members comprise more than 600 international organisations in the marine electronics industry, including manufacturers, dealers, distributors, boat builders, trade associates, and sales representatives. NMEA gives members technical standards, training, and the latest news and developments in marine electronics. You can rely on NMEA technical standards to improve marine electronics performance, enable simple and reliable installations, and insure a safer, more enjoyable experience for everyone on the water.