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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

To manage the risks associated with coronavirus (COVID-19), all foreign trading ships must provide information on recent crew member and passenger travel history, and any sign of symptoms.

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War on Wrecks

In July 2018 the Queensland Government committed $20 million over 4 years towards removing derelict and illegally dumped vessels from Queensland waterways. 

In the meantime we have removed over 500 wrecks and derelict vessels from Queensland waters, and have identified over 300 more for removal. 

Find out more about the War on Wrecks.

Superyacht Buoy Mooring in Brisbane River: Have your say!

In recognition of the economic benefits provided by superyachts and their associated industries, Maritime Safety Queensland is trialling a superyacht buoy mooring in the Brisbane River.

The superyacht buoy mooring will be located at Town Reach of the Brisbane River at Kangaroo Point, as part of a 12-month trial designed to foster the superyacht industry in Brisbane.

We are now seeking feedback on the proposed mooring. Provide your feedback by 3 April 2020.

Shipping in the Great Barrier Reef

One of the Queensland Government's key priorities for the community is the protection of the Great Barrier Reef. Protecting the environmental, social, and economic value of the Great Barrier Reef drives many of the Queensland Government’s environmental policies and activities.

In line with this, Maritime Safety Queensland is seeking feedback on 2 initiatives:

Maritime Minutes

Do you know which navigation lights you need for your powered vessel? - watch our video to find out.

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