Kaikōura has a new boat safety officer for the summer
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Environment Canterbury navigation safety officer Gary Manch is asking boaties to report accidents.
Boaties will head to the water in droves this weekend and Environment Canterbury navigation safety officer Gary Manch wants a focus placed on communication.Show Weekend is traditionally when Canterbury boaties...
Living Here is sent to all households in the Canterbury region to give residents an overview of what is happening in the region.
Nav Safety Officer urges caution from boaties following river incident
Boaties should test their equipment and have strong communication channels ready for their vessels as Safer Boating Week gets underway.
Only the hardy souls will be out on the water this time of year. The rest of us will be staying warm and dry on shore, which gives us time...
Whether you have a paddleboard or a 10-metre power boat, all watercraft require maintenance and winter’s the perfect time for it.
A fire on an 80-metre fishing ship in Timaru Port is contained.
Anyone going stand-up paddleboarding must wear a lifejacket and have their contact details written somewhere on the board, says the regional Harbourmaster’s Office.
Boaties breaking the speed limit has been the number one complaint on Canterbury waterways this summer.
The Harbourmaster’s Office’s latest newsletter, sent to swing mooring owners and other interested groups, is now available to read.