Maritime Rules Part 25
Current version of Part 25
This rule applies to:
- commercial vessels of over 12 metres in length
- commercial vessels that operate outside the enclosed limit, and foreign vessels in New Zealand waters.
However, it does not apply to vessels that operate only on a river away from tidal influences, and commercial fishing vessels that are 6 metres or less in length overall that operate within two miles of the coast.Maritime Rules Part 25 [PDF: 65kB, 10 pages]
Part 25 sets out requirement for the carriage of charts, tide tables, and other nautical information.
This Part implements New Zealand’s obligations under Chapter V of SOLAS 74 regulation 21, International Code of Signals, and regulation 27, Nautical charts and nautical publications.
History of Part 25
This Part was amended by Various SOLAS-relared Amendments 2016, in 2016.Various SOLAS-related Amendments 2016 [PDF: 338kB, 29 pages]
This Part was amended by Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2015, in 2015.Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2015 [PDF: 403kB, 15 pages]
This Part was amended by Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2014 in 2015.Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2014 [PDF: 366kB, 18 pages]
This Part was amended by Parts 20, 31, 32, 34 and 35: Consequential Amendments in 2014.Parts 20, 31, 32, 34 and 35: Consequential Amendments 2014 [PDF: 378kB, 14 pages]
This Part was amended by Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2011.Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2011 [PDF: 948kB, 15 pages]
This part was amended by Maritime (Various Amendments) Rules Part 20-91 in 2008.Maritime (Various Amendments) Rules 2008 [PDF: 466kB, 69 pages]
This Part was first amended by Maritime Rules Part 20-90 in 2004.Maritime Rules Part 20-90 2004 [PDF: 224kB, 44 pages]
New part comes into force
Part 25 entered into force on 1 February 2001.
New part signed
Part 25 was signed into law by the Transport Minister on 6 December 2000.Part 25: Original Rule [PDF: 487kB, 11 pages]