Tasman Bay


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Tasman Bay

 

a bay of the Tasmanian Sea, situated off northern South Island, New Zealand. Tasman Bay, named in honor of A. Tasman, is 80 km long, about 75 km wide at the entrance, and up to 47 m deep. Tides measure about 0.3 m and are semidiurnal. The port city of Nelson is located at the head of the bay.

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While in Tasman Bay it would be serviced from Taranaki, he said, "although they may use the port of Nelson for a couple of things".
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Drilling of the exploratory Tuatara-1 oil well in Tasman Bay near D'Urville Island will start today.
While in Tasman Bay it would be serviced from Taranaki, he said, although they may use the port of Nelson for a few things.