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Pencarrow Head upper light

New Zealand Latitude / Longitude: -41.35891° / 174.8499°
Description : Constructed in 1859, the Pencarrow Head Lighthouse was the first permanent lighthouse built in New Zealand. It was constructed from sections of cast iron that were shipped from England The light was decommissioned in 1935 when it was replaced by the Baring Head Lighthouse.
Type: Lighthouse
Location / Area / Island: Wellington area
Operational: Yes
Inactive since Year 1935
Color of Structure White

NEARBY VESSELS

Vessel Name Distance Bearing
WAVEBUOY 2.91 182
BUOY 2 FLECHA 3.41 311
NEPHELLE 5.08 325
SILVER LIGHT 5.08 325
OLYMPUS MONS 5.09 325
LA RIVA 5.15 325
CITY CAT 5.32 27
IKA RERE 5.51 325
TIAKI 5.58 327
SAR 295234 5.58 327
STRAITSMAN 5.59 328
TAPUHI 5.6 327
SEASURVEYOR 5.6 327
LADY ELIZABETH IV 5.6 326
TARAKENA 5.63 327
NORSE HOUSTON 5.83 332
DISCOVERY BAY 6.08 333
VALENTINE 6.24 334
TARQUIN 6.96 20
ROGUE 6.97 19