Peninsula Marine Ltd is the longest established marine dealership on the Coromandel Peninsula established by Alan and Fiona Thomsen in 1986.
Our core business is marine service and retail sales, as well as a comprehensive range of chandlery, electronics, new trailers, trailer and outboard spare parts, game fishing tackle and accessories.
We are a certified Mercury, MerCruiser, Honda and Yanmar dealership.
The showroom and workshop is located in Kopu, Thames.
We also have a workshop setup in the Whangamata Marina hardstand offering servicing of all heavy diesel engine makes and models, drive line alignment, cooler servicing, electronic fitouts, cutless bearing replacements and much more.
Mobile servicing available throughout the Coromandel Peninsula.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
See below to make a booking.
Alan Thomsen has worked in the marine industry for over 40 years, qualified as an automotive technician first and moving on to Johnson/Evinrude outboard technician.
He now runs the retail and sales side of the business.
Shaun Thomsen is a fully qualified Automotive technician, as well certified Yanmar technician.
He now runs the Whangamata Marina side of the business specialising in heavy diesel applications. Shaun has thousands of hours experience as a professional game fishing deckhand and holds his skippers ticket. He also services game reels and has a wealth of knowledge in fishing tackle, specialising in game tackle.
Dave started with Peninsula Marine in 1992.
He is a qualified BRP Evinrude and certified Mercury outboard and MerCruiser technician.
Dave has a wealth of knowledge in all facets of the marine industry.
Paul has an extensive automotive and diesel background. He supports the heavy diesel operations in Whangamata Marina.
Lochie completed his apprenticeship in 2021 and is now a qualified Marine technician and certified Mercury technician.
Osten started in 2021 and is working towards completing his Marine technician apprenticeship.
Fiona Thomsen is in charge of the office and accountancy and keeps the wheels turning.