Monthly Archives: October 2007

Emma Maersk

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Draft Pilotage Rules

These rules can be viewed/downloaded at:- http://www.maritimenz.govt.nz/rules/rules_consult.asp

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Pilotage Rules – Invitation to Comment

You are invited to comment on the draft amendments to the Maritime Rules, Part 90, Pilotage. The basis for Part 90 is found in section 36(1) (i) of the Maritime Transport Act 1994. Background. The existing maritime rule Part 90 … Continue reading

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Large Container Ships

What would happen if the Emma Maersk did an MSC Napoli? Craig Eason writing in LLOYDS LIST Friday 19 October 2007 WITH owners building container vessels of 10,000 teu and designers laying out plans for a 16,000 teu ship, salvors … Continue reading

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War Service

From “On Deck” May 1945 News has now been received that the Union Company’s well-known liner Monowai¬† was in the forefront of the landing of Allied troops in Normandy on D-Day on June 5 last year. Her participation in the … Continue reading

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Training Ship Problems

From “On Deck” May 1938 To the Editor: Sir,- In the last issue of “On Deck” I read with interest the letter published on a Training Ship for New Zealand by W.S.T., and apparently the N.Z Company of Master Mariners … Continue reading

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Honours for Members

From On Deck June 1953 A member and member of the committee, Commander G.H.Edwards, R.D., R.N.Z.N.R., was appointed early this year Honorary Naval Aide-de-Camp to His Excellency the Governor-General, Sir Willoughby Norrie, G.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O., M.C. This is the first … Continue reading

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