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Drinks ashore—stay the safe course

Drinks ashoreOn the water with friends is a great place to be in Summer—keep the good times rolling by not drinking until you are safely back ashore and at home.

Read more about safety on the water.

Mariners notice new changes to safety info

Image of a marinaImprovements have been made to notices to mariners and the marine safety information that the department circulates.

From January 2015, Queensland notices to mariners will be made consistent with the Australian Hydrographic Office notices.

Read more about the changes.

Safety around Tangalooma shipwrecks

Tangalooma shipwrecksVisiting Moreton Island over the summer break? Be sure to enjoy the sights and attractions of the iconic Tangalooma shipwrecks taking note of the warning signs. It is important not to get too close or walk on and swim too near while a plan is developed on how to safely remove the most dangerous parts of the wreck while still preserving this great iconic marine destination.

Be a responsible skipper – boat safe this summer.

Read more about safety requirements.

Sign up for AMSA's domestic commercial vessel announcements

Image of boatIf you’re a domestic commercial vessel owner or operator, sign up for the Australian Maritime Safety Authority’s (AMSA’s) email announcements to keep up-to-date with important National System information.

Read AMSA's December update