Safe Seas Clean Seas

Safe Seas Clean Seas Issue 48, June 2015

Antarctic Chieftain
Maritime New Zealand ©2017
In this issue: Toothfishing trawler Antarctic Chieftain - ice-bound at the eastern edge of New Zealands’s search and rescue region.
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Polar Star

The Rescue Coordination Centre of New Zealand worked in unison with the United States Coast Guard to successfully rescue a 26-person crew, trapped aboard their ice-bound fishing vessel in Antarctica.

Nineteen at-risk youth completed a series of maritime training certificates in February.

Possum trapper Jacob Gollan says the personal locator beacon he set off while in severe pain in Bay of Plenty bush is the “best money I’ve ever spent in my whole life”.

The number of New Zealanders heading out on the water is increasing the latest research commissioned by Maritime New Zealand shows.

New Zealand is set to ratify the Maritime Labour Convention to help ensure fair treatment of seafarers.

Read the advice from Susanne Smith of Alamo Fisheries on putting together a Maritime Transport Operator Plan (MTOP) as part of MOSS.

Big Angry Fish co-host Nathan O’Hearn advises other operators to embrace MOSS, and treat the process as a “simple matter”.

Bluff crayfisherman Jayce Fisher is putting his new maritime diploma to good use coming to grips with the MOSS process.

Lighthouse interior

For 150 years the light from Tiritiri Matangi’s 21 metre cast-iron tower has illuminated North Shore homes and, on clear nights, picked out the city’s highest points.

Bluff crayfisherman Jayce Fisher is putting his new maritime diploma to good use coming to grips with the MOSS process.

Oil spills came thick and fast in February, when regional council representatives gathered for the Regional On-Scene Commander (ROSC) training course.

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