New Zealand Date/Time:
Tue, Dec 12, 2017, 9:21:13 PM
Useful Info
Navigational Lights

Lights for small craft

At night all boats are identified by the pattern of lights they display. This pattern of lights also helps you to know which way a boat is heading.

All boats must comply with the regulations concerning lighting. Check that the lights fitted to your boat are showing through the correct arc.

LIGHTS MUST BE SWITCHED ON FROM SUNSET TO SUNRISE AND IN RAIN AND FOG.

Failure to display the correct lights may result in fines or prosecution.

These are the lighting requirements for all vessels underway:

Powerboats over 12 metres in length

This includes a sailing boat if it is operating its engine. Display red and green side lights, a white sternlight and a white masthead light.

 

 

 

 

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Charts

Charts for Around NZ

Chart Information: www.linz.govt.nz/sea/charts

For the Waitemata Harbour restricted zone - Click here

Auckland Harbour Spot X No Go areas - Click here

 Tauranga

Restricted Anchorage - Click here

Harbour Chartlet - Click here

 Wellington

Cook Strait Cable Protection Zone map - Click here
Cook Strait Cable Protection Zone info - Click Here

A full range of charts available from:

Boat Books Ltd
09 358 5691
www.boatbooks.co.nz 

Cruise Guide: To the Marlborough Sounds

Free App for sailing in the Marlborough Sounds
Download the maps to your smartphone
www.cruiseguide.co.nz

 
Cables (Underwater)

Download “International “ Undersea Cable Awareness Charts at these links:

Jellicoe     |     Kawau     |     Muriwai     |     Rangitoto

Note this number for any queries regarding these Anchoring & Fishing Prohibited Zones:

Call: 0800-SUBMARINE or 0800-782 627

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Race Committee Flags

Know these race committee signals

FLAG Y

LIFE JACKETS
All competitors shall wear life jackets or other adequate personal buoyancy (not including wet suits or dry suits) during the race. See rule 40.

 

FLAG X

INDIVIDUAL RECALL
One or more boats were on the course side of the line at the starting signal or if Flag l was displayed, one or more boats were on the course side of the line during the minute before the start.

 

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