News and Events

If you would like to dispose of your out of date flares, the Volunteer Marine Rescue Groups will be collecting them on Saturday, 29 February between the hours of 10.00am…

The pontoon is currently closed to the public as a result of it laying at unsafe angles at low tides caused by an accumulation of sand under the inshore side…

The installation of a pontoon at the public boat ramp will commence on Tuesday, 11 February 2020 and should be completed by Friday, 13 March 2020. The nature of the…

Marine and Safety Tasmania, on behalf of Sorell Council, wishes to advise members of the public the Dodges Ferry boat ramp will be partially closed from Monday, 3 February 2020…

To make things easier for Tassie boat owners, there is now the ability to notify MAST on-line that you have sold or disposed of your boat.  Remember, under the By-laws…

Deckee, the community powered boating app co-founded by solo round-the-world sailor Jessica Watson, is now available to boaters in Tasmania. The free mobile app is available on iPhone, iPad and…

Paddle Safe is a state-wide education and skills program developed by MAST and Surf Life Saving Tasmania and supported by the Tasmanian Water Safety Council (TWSC) who has consistently identified…

1 January 2021 is the date that all life jackets in use in Tasmania will need to adhere to the new standard AS 4758. To make the transition easier for…

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…