A new state-of-the-art 26k tonne Maritime Sustainment and Capability vessel for the Royal New Zealand Navy has successfully completed its series of 7 Contractual Sea Trials and was delivered on 8 June 2020.
East by West Company Limited, have been fined $380,000 for failing to ensure the safety of passengers and crew onboard and other sea-users following an incident where the City Cat grounded on rocks near Karaka Bay in April 2017.
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Maritime NZ Acting Director, Stephanie Winson, said the tragedy in Wellington harbour 50 years ago helped change international maritime safety conventions and standards.
Maritime NZ charged Clarence Takirirangi Smith under the Maritime Transport Act 1994 with operating a ship in a manner which caused unnecessary danger or risk to other people or property.
The service will return once CentrePort has completed works that will allow its ship-to-shore cranes to operate.
Fullers Group, has been fined $40,000 and ordered to pay reparations of $90,000 when the Auckland ferry Kea collided with Victoria wharf.
On 24 February, the Steve Irwin returned to Dunedin, New Zealand completing its job defending the whales as part of Sea Shepherd’s 11th Antarctic whale defence campaign.
Half year net profit rises to $41.9 million from $38.6 million as the country’s premier freight gateway benefits from rising cargo volumes and continues to set standards for port productivity