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The $20million project has been almost a decade in the making and will feature 187 floating berths, 17 floating sheds, a breakwater, a 156-space car park and other structures at Sugar Lane.
Mr Kirker said the sheds would not be completed until February or March next year, as tenants had yet to be confirmed.
Mr Kirker is a 10% partner of LMP, and Iranian-born entrepreneurs and brothers Iraj and Nasser Barabi own the remaining 90% of the company.
Work on the development, which followed an agreement with landholder the Queenstown Lakes District Council, started in November 2017.