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Customs Service

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The New Zealand Customs Service is the government agency with the job of ensuring the security of our borders.

We protect the economy from illegal imports and exports. We promote New Zealand’s international trade. We collect revenues, investigate illegal activity and prosecute where necessary.

We also make sure that lawful travellers and goods can move across our borders as smoothly and efficiently as possible.

Our Māori name – Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa – translates as the authority that screens and protects New Zealand.

 

For more information, visit NZ Customs here

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Police Maritime Unit

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Do you know how to put it on and inflate it?

If your PFD is more than one year old
please take it to an authorised service agent for servicing.

Emergencies:  call   111

Join a Boatwatch Group and Stop Thieves

  • Could you identify your boat if it 
    was stolen?
  • Could somebody who has never seen
    your boat identify it?
  • Have you recorded all serial numbers,
    motor, electronics etc?
  • Have you ensured its very hard
     to steal?

To be put in contact with your nearest boatwatch group, contact:

Police Maritime Unit:      Ph:     0800 102 835

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Lost and found boats:  www.police.govt.nz/stolenwanted/stolen-boats

www.waterpolice.co.nz

 

 

 
Ministry for Primary Industries

New Zealand's marine life and coastal environment are under threat from
introduced marine plants and animals and aquatic diseases.These can easily 

spread from one location to another on your vessel hull and equipment. 

Biofouling: 
From May 2018 all vessels arriving in New Zealand will need
to have a clean hull. Check here for biofouling requirements for
your vessel type.

To protect the things you value:

  • Keep your hull and underwater fittings free of fouling
  • Regularly haul out for a good clean
  • When cleaning, dispose of debris to bins rather than back in the water
  • Regularly apply antifouling paint and make sure it's effective Keep marine equipment (e.g. ropes, nets, fishing gear, trailers) clean and free of fouling
  • Look out for unusual marine life or events such as mass fish deaths.

Report to 0800 80 99 66.

Termites

Report to 0800 80 99 66 or Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

www.mpi.govt.nz

 
Boat Builders

 

 

New Zealand Traditional Boat Building School
Unit 2, 17 Totara Road, Te Atatu Peninsula
Auckland
+64 275 453 355

 

 

 
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