Auckland Harbourmaster staff had a busy start to summer monitoring rec boaties on the water, enjoying the opportunity to work with Maritime NZ on the “No Excuses” campaign.
A container ship was involved in the rescue of two men and a woman, 550km north of New Zealand.
Australia and New Zealand worked together to install a new search and rescue satellite receiving station.
Maritime NZ collaborated with other agencies to inspect and educate during Operation Moana.
RCCNZ had a high-profile start to the year with the search for three Canadian men missing in the Antarctic.
RCCNZ headed an international search and rescue mission to save the crew of the vessel Sparta.
The grounding of Rena lead to a widespread response when it struck the Astrolabe reef and began to leak oil.
Maritime NZ investigated the collision between the Ady Gil and the Japanese vessel Shonan Maru No. 2.
Search and rescue responses were launched following the sinking of Princess Ashika.
A safety inspector visited the scene of an incident involving the fishing vessel Seawyf, which ran aground on a reef.
The Taharoa Express, began to list after its load of iron sand shifted during rough seas and heavy swells.
Maritime NZ set an exclusion zone around the Kotuku after it capsized and killed six people on board.
The Taranui, NZ’s first oil recovery vessel, was launched to help combat significant oil spills.