Napier was the ship's adopted homeport during its service with the Royal New Zealand Navy 1970-97. The anchor's location on Marine Parade reflects
its connection with the city and with the sea.
This anchor, from the former oceanographic research vessel HMNZS Tui, was presented to the City Of Napier by the Royal New
Zealand Navy on 29 September 1999
Napier was the ship's adopted homeport during its service with the RNZN, 1970-1997
HMNZS Tui Anchor Images
The HMNZS Tui Anchor plaque....
The HMNZS Tui Anchor close up....
The HMNZS Tui Anchor looking out to...
The HMNZS Tui Anchor from a distanc...
On the Marine Parade section of the Napier Pathway, near the Sunken Garden.
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Par2 Golf... Come to Par2 MiniGolf and meet Seamore the Seagull at our sea-side minigolf courses. Challenge your friends and family for a round. Par2 MiniGolf is located by the Soundshell, beside the Sea, Marine Parade, Napier.