The White Rabbit 5 is a magnificent Superyacht. This 61 metre, 3 deck trimaran was finished to the finest World Class Super Yacht standards. Constructed by North West Bay Ships (Tasmania, Australia) Marine Dynamics was contracted to lay 500 square metres of teak decking. The decks were constructed in New Zealand at 's Auckland workshop from patterns taken directly from the boat in Hobart.
Yachting Developments Ltd commissioned Marine Dynamics to lay teak decks on their latest project "Vesper." This beautiful yacht is a German Frers design. As always produced an exceptional result.
The yacht Imagine is a 110 foot Dubois designed sloop built in 1993 by Alloy Yachts Ltd. The years since it's construction had taken it's toll on the deck so was approached to repair it. Marine Dynamics travelled to the America's Cup Harbour in Valencia, Spain to repair the yacht's decking.
MDL was approached by Charles Dwyer, the skipper of 'Yanneke Too', a 120ft schooner regarding the replacement of the teak decks. This was by far the most complicated and detailed deck MDL has undertaken to date. Added to this, the job was to be done on the island of Langkawi in Malaysia.
Marine Dynamics first major refit was on a 110ft Dubois, the sailing yacht “Eclipse”. The time frame of this project was six months, which was met.
Sovereign Yachts Ltd in Hobsonville contracted Marine Dynamics to lay the decks of their new 133ft motor vessel. “Sovereign Lady” is a multi levelled motor launch with approximately 160 sq.mtrs of teak decking. This was an exciting and challenging project in many ways. Marine Dynamics was given the opportunity to design the deck from scratch with ‘many of our own personal touches’ included
Refit on a 51ft traditional Ketch – “Annie”. Marine Dynamics project managed this entire refit, organising allother trades and sub-contractors.
In August 2001 Marine Dynamics began work on their own 7 metre custom-built fishing and dive boat, “Mañana”. Construction is cedar core with Kevlar and quadraxial E-glass laminates. Construction and design is well documented in the June 2002 issue of Boating New Zealand.