Te Ariki Nui is a 52', Salthouse designed sport fisher.
After her launch in 1986 she became widely known for the development of the now world famous Three Kings Island fishery.
She is also well-known for her exploits in the South Pacific, namely two voyages to the tropical islands of Tonga and two trips to the Great Barrier Reef, Australia under her original owner Bill Hall.
Te Ariki Nui is very sea-worthy comfortable vessel and is well set up for extended live-aboard voyages.
The boat is well-equipped with top quality Shimano and Penn tackle covering most line classes.
View from the flying bridge
|Engines||two 320 hp Caterpillar Diesel|
|Top speed||20 knots|
|Fuel capacity||4,500 litres|
|Range||1,800 nautical miles|
|Accommodation||7 single bunks and one double berth|
|Amenities||Two bathrooms and showers
Large freezer and three fridges
|Electronics||Two Furuno GPS plotters
Nobeltec computer navigation
Two Furuno fish finders
75-mile Furuno radar
two VHF radios
Single sideband radion
Digital sea temperature
LCD TV and DVD player