Public Cruising Moorings

MAST has a number of public cruising moorings in the South and East of the state as well as Flinders Island.

The moorings are recognisable by the distinctive yellow buoy and markings

The rules for the mooring’s use are as follows:

  • A 4 hour time limit during day;
  • Vessels picking up the mooring after 5.00pm may remain on the mooring overnight until 9.00am the following day;
  • Maximum vessel length (Monohull) – 15 Metres;
  • Maximum vessel length (Multihull – 14 Metres;
  • The maximum wind rating 40 knots;
  • Rafting up is not permitted;
  • Care must be taken by user to ensure the head rope is protected from chafe;
  • In severe weather conditions, the vessel must be closely monitored by the owner / operator

Please report any faults or issues to MAST on (03) 6235 8811 or email peter.hopkins@mast.tas.gov.au

View the detail and co-ordinates for all public cruising moorings in our facilities

Download list of cruising moorings –  Cruising moorings (PDF)