How to re-register after your Part B registration has expired

If your registration has expired but none of the details on the expired certificate of registration (except your address) have changed, you can register the ship again for five years.

To re-register, you need to do these things:

  1. Pay the re-registration fee of NZ$1,090
  2. Send an email to Maritime New Zealand at ship.registration@maritimenz.govt.nz

Tell us:

  • the name of the ship and its registration number.
  • you want to re-register the ship and none of the details on the previous certificate of registration have changed.
  • the payment option you have chosen for the fee and any reference details relating to the payment.
  • any updated contact details – street address, postal address, phone numbers, email address – if they have changed since your last registration.
  • the address you would like us to send the new certificate of registration to.

When we receive the fee and email, we will re- register the ship and send you the new certificate of registration by courier.

Related information:

Ship registration fees and charges

Find our ship registration fees, how they are applied and how you can pay them.
View fees and more
 

For more information

Contact us

If you have any questions about ship registration, contact us.

Phone:
+64 4 473 0111

Email:
ship.registration@maritimenz.govt.nz

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