Latest Maritime New Zealand News

Maritime NZ clarifies which operators can carry passengers during Americas Cup
North Island Mussels fined $150K for hand crushing
Maritime NZ welcomes report to MPI
Stevedoring company spends $425,000 in first-ever maritime Enforceable Undertaking
More kiwis taking to recreational boating
Stevedoring company spends more than $425,000 in first-ever maritime Enforceable Undertaking
Stevedoring company spends $746,000 in first-ever maritime Enforceable Undertaking
No excuses on-water boating safety campaign is back again for summer 2020/21
$783k Jubilee penalty highlights operator health and safety responsibilities
Master and Chief Engineer plead guilty in MV Funing case
Maritime NZ supporting agencies in Gulf Livestock 1 incident
No Excuses on-water boating safety campaign hits record high
Ports of Auckland fatality
Fullers skipper fined $2,500 after colliding with navigation light
Ports of Auckland and ships master fined $432,400 for excessive speed
Skipper to pay $8,500 in fines and reparation after grounding mussel barge
Funing to be towed into Port of Tauranga for repairs
$240,000 fine for dropping 15 tonne excavator from ships crane
$844K grants – biggest ever increase in funding to build safer boating culture
$54,000 fine and reparation after fall from ship
Log carrier to remain in safe anchorage overnight
Forward: Port of Tauranga update about log carrier incident
Log carrier aground at Port of Tauranga
New Navy vessel Aotearoa to arrive in New Zealand
Up to $1.2 billion insurance cover for marine oil spills
$155,000 reparation and fines, and “project order” imposed after injuries to ferry passengers
Safer Boating Forum welcomes TAIC report linking jet boat crash to alcohol
COVID-19: NZ joins global initiative keeping ports open and freight moving
Outdoors enthusiasts: play it safe this busy Queens Birthday
New guidelines for Hydrographic Surveying published
Recreational boaties urged to be responsible skippers when getting back on water
NZ police charge man with manslaughter after boating incident, Tauranga
RCCNZ asks recreational water users: consider rescuers before you head out
Kiwis urged to stay on course over Easter
Skipper responsibility vital in fight against COVID-19
COVID-19: Kiwis urged to exercise in low-risk environments
New boat for Tokelau
$514,300 fines and reparation after grossly overloaded fishing vessel sinks
Chemical burns, COVID-19 precautions and more about maritime safety
Company director fined $2,500 for being asleep at wheel as vessel collides with wharf
Director fined $2,500 for being asleep at wheel as vessel collides with wharf
No Excuses for recreational boaties on water in West Coast – Buller District Council this weekend
Missing yachties who issued mayday calls found safe and well in Bay of Plenty
Maritime NZ is looking out for you 24/7 over Christmas and New Year holidays
Injured fisherman transported on HMNZS Wellington
Rescue of injured crew member underway off East Cape
First-ever maritime info evening timely for Kaikoura boaties
Tokelauan fishermen keen to embrace maritime safety