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#11 Island Time

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Posted 09 January 2020 - 09:30 PM

Same in Auckland. Regional bylaw...


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Posted 09 January 2020 - 09:55 PM

Same in Auckland. Regional bylaw...

only jet skis need to be registered IT,the other requirement is all vessels over 5 metres must have a name in 90mm high letters but there is no register for any other vessel.

There should be compulsory registration for all vessels,example white sea nynph called happy days how many have you seen?? there are 3 within walking distance from home so I think trailer vessels need to display trailer name. But where does it end.registration operators ticket fishing licence boat wof?? I can people screaming your taking my rights etc.Life jackets under 7m??compulsory worn but skippers discretion whether you have to put on due to flat water etc.

 

 

 

If you own a jetski or personal watercraft (PWC) in the Auckland, Bay of Plenty and Northland regions, it must be registered with AT's Harbourmaster. Boat registration is not required in Auckland.

https://at.govt.nz/b...nal-watercraft/


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#13 Maté

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Posted 09 January 2020 - 10:26 PM

We dont need the Stasi do we with you lot :)


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Posted 10 January 2020 - 07:05 AM

Auckland bylaw.
Vessels to be identified
(1) A person must not use a vessel on navigable waters unless it displays a name, consisting of
letters the Roman alphabet or numbers that are not the vessel’s brand, make or model, and
that is distinct to that vessel.
(2) Subject to clause (3), this clause does not apply to:
(a) non-mechanically powered vessels of less than six metres in length; and
(B) power driven vessels of less than four metres in length.
(3) Non-mechanically powered vessels and power driven vessels referred to in subclause (2) must
be marked with the current owner’s name and contact details somewhere on the vessel.
(4) The name, identification mark or number referred to in subclauses (1) must be displayed above
the waterline on each side of the vessel by the person in charge of the vessel. The minimum
height of the name, identifying mark or identification number is 90 millimetres and it must be
legible by day from a distance of at least 50 metres.
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#15 harrytom

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 07:26 AM

But registered number would be easier to identify owner from a distance with trailered boats.fizzies
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