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Issue 24, May 2015
WELCOME to SeaChange – highlighting what's new and what's changing at Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) and in the maritime sector.

In this issue...

Photo booth frenzy at the Hutchwilco Boat Show

The joint MNZ and Big Angry Fish stand was a huge success last week, with hundreds of people flocking to take snaps with the boys and hear more about staying safe on the water. Like our Facebook page and check out the photos here

MNZ attends the NZ Federation of Commercial Fishermen conference

One-on-one MOSS advice and a "drop-in clinic" for SeaCert queries have been hailed a success at the NZFCF conference in Napier last week. Read more

Beacon no Boo Boo for trapped trampers

Beacons saved the day for trampers in tricky situations recently, in two rescues facilitated by RCCNZ. Read more

Maritime treaties aimed at improving safety of fishing vessels and crew

On 1 June 2015, the Maritime Rules Various Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Related Amendments 2015 will enter into force. These amendments update Parts 23, 24C, 40B and 42A, and ensure that the Maritime Rules reflect amendments to the International Convention for SOLAS. Read more

MNZ is planning to host a series of industry forums around NZ

We want to make sure we coordinate the forums and address the topics so they are most relevant to you. Tell us the issues that you want to know more about in the survey here

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List of recognised surveyors

Only recognised surveyors with appropriate scope of recognition can carry out statutory survey work on vessels. The list of recognised surveyors is updated as individuals gain a Certificate of Surveyor Recognition. Read more

Operators lead the way into MOSS

Hear what operators are saying about their transition to MOSS. Read more

Nothing says hardcore to the max like a foam collar and a crotch strap

Up front and under the ice box, your lifejacket ain't gonna do diddly squat. Get it on, or it's no good. 
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