Latest Maritime New Zealand News

Search For Yacht Continues 6 June
What Flock? Birds, Rockets And 66th Feds Conference
UPDATE: Search Continues For Man In Wellington Harbour
Police continue to appeal to identify man overboard, Wellington Harbour
Chemical burns, COVID-19 precautions and more about maritime safety
Sentence Handed Down For Watchkeeping Failings
North Cape Operation – Update 6 13 May
Maritime Officers Checking Boat Ramps During Pre-Christmas America’s Cup Racing
Two climbers rescued after rock slide in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park
The Rescue Coordination Centre is continuing the search for two missing people in the waters off North Cape
Skippers Need To Undertake Checks Prior To Departure
Log Carrier Incident At Port Of Tauranga
Know Risks When Crossing Sand Bars
Missing yachties who issued mayday calls found safe and well in Bay of Plenty
Lucky escape on Wellington Harbour a reminder of the need to be safe on the water
Search and rescue teams receive national award for perilous high-altitude rescue
Safer Boating Forum welcomes TAIC report linking jet boat crash to alcohol
Maritime NZ welcomes new Chief Executive
Stevedoring company investing in training and research following enforceable undertaking
Understand the risks and the consequences on the water this Waitangi Weekend
$240,000 fine for dropping 15 tonne excavator from ship’s crane
Think about the conditions before going out on the water this weekend
One charge filed against KiwiRail in relation to the Kaitaki Ferry loss of engine propulsion incident
Boat users urged to follow safety code
Water rescue in Palliser Bay, Wairarapa
Maritime NZ: reflecting on ten years since the Rena grounding and oil spill response
$54,000 fine and reparation after fall from ship 27 December
Maritime NZ encourages on-water safety as America’s Cup resumes
Maritime New Zealand wants boaties to think about their responsibilities every time they go out
Better to be safe than sorry, when planning trips on the water over the holiday period
Know the dangers when heading out on small recreational water crafts this summer
RCCNZ asks recreational water users: consider rescuers before you head out
Health and safety risks need to be a top priority for all operators
Fishing company to offer watchkeeping training following enforceable undertaking
Yellow and Pink Flags Signify Approved Commercial Operators for America’s Cup – Look for the Flag
Port of Auckland Limited sentenced over fatal 2020 incident
Prosecution follows April collision between power boat and ferry near Russell
Maritime Officers pleased with Cup spectators’ behaviour
Maritime NZ: 6-year review of recreational boating fatalities released
Knowing risks can avoid dangerous accidents 23 November
Prosecution a reminder, recreational skippers’ must take simple steps to prevent collisions
Two heads better than one in raising jet boating safety
Log carrier to remain in safe anchorage overnight 14 November
Know risks on water this Waitangi Weekend 7 November
Maritime NZ: $740,000 for 21 national and regional safer boating initiatives
Maritime NZ’s response to TAIC’s report on safety at ports
Reducing Harm and Saving Lives: Safer Boating Forum Recreational Craft Strategy 2023-2025
Safer Boating Week: plea to everyone hitting water