Port of Tauranga Limited

Welcome to Port of Tauranga - New Zealand's Port for the Future.

A commitment to customer service and innovative shipping solutions has established Port of Tauranga as New Zealand's largest and most efficient port.

This site has been developed to keep our customers, our business partners, our shareholders and our community up to date with what's happening at Port of Tauranga. We welcome your suggestions on how we can improve or expand the information we have available.

Current Share Price:

Small POT quote Detailed Share Price

MAF Approved Transitional Facility Numbers: 

Sulphur Point - 1129

Mount Maunganui - 2740 



Tauranga Dredging Underway

The long awaited dredging of the Tauranga Harbour shipping channels is about to commence. Danish dredging company, Rohde Nielsen, the successful tenderer for the dredging project, will commence work next week. [ 25th September 2015 9:00 am ]
Read more

Hub port strategy positions Port of Tauranga for continued growth

New Zealand's freight gateway Port of Tauranga (NZX.POT) today reports it is positioned for further growth as it moves to put in place the final elements of infrastructure expansion necessary to support the arrival of the next generation of container vessels to New Zealand waters. [ 20th August 2015 8:55 am ]
Read more

Dredging to Commence at Tauranga

Port of Tauranga, New Zealand's largest port company, is to commence dredging work that will allow it to accommodate larger ships. [ 7th July 2015 3:30 pm ]
Read more

The first of two new tugs arrives at Port of Tauranga

The first of Port of Tauranga's new-build tugs arrived this morning after a 30 day delivery voyage from Hong Kong.

The Tai Pari and her sister vessel Tai Timu were built to the Port's specifications by Cheoy Lee of Hong Kong. The Tai Timu is scheduled to arrive at Tauranga at the end of June.

[ 5th June 2015 10:30 am ]
Read more

Port of Tauranga to welcome mega cruise liner

Port of Tauranga will host the giant cruise ship Ovation of the Seas in its maiden voyage to New Zealand in the summer of 2016/2017.

The Royal Caribbean vessel is 348 metres long, more than 50 metres high and can host nearly 5,000 passengers and 1,500 crew.

With a price tag of USD$1 billion, it boasts onboard entertainment such as a skydiving simulator, an aerial observatory and a bar staffed by robots.

[ 12th May 2015 3:25 pm ]
Read more


Quick Links
Port of Tauranga shipping schedules
Cruise Ships schedule
Dangerous Goods Information
   Tanker Berth Information
Terms and Conditions
Harbour Conditions
Port Tours
Video Gallery
Photo Gallery
2015 Annual Report

TCT Easter and ANZAC storage arrangements 2015



Like us on Facebook