|1. Coastguard Northern Region
Coastguard Northern Region looks out for the safety of every person in the Northern part of the country who enjoys any of the region’s harbours, gulf, beaches, and coastline. In addition to patrol and Search and Rescue, we provide a variety of information and educational services designed to maximise your safe enjoyment of the water.
|3. Maritime Safety Authority of New Zealand
The Maritime Safety Authority of New Zealand is a Crown entity established in August 1993. Its principal objective, set out in the Maritime Transport Act 1994, is to undertake activities that promote a safe maritime environment and provide effective marine pollution prevention and an effective marine oil pollution response system, at reasonable cost.
|4. Oceans Policy New Zealand
In July 2000, Cabinet agreed to the development of an Oceans Policy for New Zealand. This web site contains information about how the Oceans Policy has been developed, along with details of the work that has been completed so far.
|5. Safety at Sea - Auckland
Recognised worldwide leaders in Maritime safety. Specialists in sea survival equipment. Distributing safety packages worldwide to boat builders and
|6. The New Zealand Coastguard
The Royal New Zealand Coastguard provides New Zealand's primary maritime Search and Rescue service.
|7. The New Zealand Ship & Marine Society Inc.
The Society, which was formed in 1949, is comprised of people from all sections of the community who have an interest in ship's and maritime activities.
|8. Wellington Volunteer Coastguard INC
The defining moment that so tragically expressed the need for a Life-Boat Service based in Wellington was the sinking of the 'Wahine' in Wellington harbour, 1968. This need was eventually met by the founding of this organisation.