News and Events

Out of date flares will be collected by MAST on Monday, 3 July 2017 from 8.30am until 2.00pm. Collection point is Level 1, Port Tower Building, 18 Hunter Street, Hobart. Please note that…

Mariners are advised that works have commenced on the construction of the new Swansea Boat Ramp. The works consist of a new ramp and landing stages adjacent to the existing…

To have your say on projects for 2017 you should attend the meetings as detailed below or provide written comments to admin@mast.tas.gov.au Devonport –      Monday, 15th May – 7.00pm    Mersey Yacht…

Out of date flares are collected by MAST on the first Monday of each month. Between 8.30am and 2.00pm Collection point is Level 1, Port Tower Building, 18 Hunter Street, Hobart. Please…

The new address for MAST is: Level 1, Port Tower Building, 18 Hunter Street, HOBART  TAS  7000 All phone numbers will remain the same.    

MAST no longer issues plastic licence cards. The Motor Boat Licence Renewal form will be your record of holding a licence once payment is made. It is not a requirement…

Marine and Safety Tasmania wants to contact the owner of the vessel Daylight Robbery  which is unregistered and has been left illegally on a mooring at Geilston Bay.  We believe…

  Are you qualified to use your VHF marine radio? Boaters who use a VHF marine radio in Australian Territorial Waters (within 12 nautical miles of the coast) are now…

Marine and Safety Tasmania wants to contact the owner of the vessel Wrestmore. This vessel is unregistered and has been left illegally on a mooring at Gravelly Beach. MAST requires…

Paddlers are reminded that under MAST by-laws they must have a white light or a white strobe light visible from 360 degrees.  It is essential paddlers observe the legislation in…

AMSA is experiencing delays in the delivery of beacon registration stickers due to a stock issue with their contracted printer. This affects all new beacon registrations and sticker requests received…

Two new public moorings are now available for use at Lady Barron (Flinders Island).  The yellow buoys are located in the anchorage east of Lady Barron port and are clearly…

The Four Springs webcam is now in service and can be viewed on the Anglers Alliance Tasmania website www.anglersalliance.org.au This webcam was funded under the Marine and Safety Tasmania Recreational…

A reminder to all owners of recreational boats they are not allowed to use the middle span or those spans on either side when proceeding under the Tasman Bridge in…

Marine and Safety Tasmania and the Launceston City Council (LCC) are working together to provide a warning system to mariners and marine facility owners in Home Reach who may be…