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Notice to Mariners No 26 of 2022 (Temporary)

Notice to Mariners No 26 of 2022 (Temporary)

12 Aug 2022

SOUTH AUSTRALIA – PORT ADELAIDE – BIRKENHEAD BRIDGE – MAINTENANCE WORKS

Notice to Mariners No 25 of 2022

Notice to Mariners No 25 of 2022

10 Aug 2022

SOUTH AUSTRALIA – LOWER LAKES – MUNDOO CHANNEL – NEW BEACONS

Notice to Mariners No 24 of 2022 (Temporary)

Notice to Mariners No 24 of 2022 (Temporary)

10 Aug 2022

SOUTH AUSTRALIA – SPENCER GULF – PORT PIRIE NAVIGATION AIDS REMEDIATION

Notice to Mariners No 23 of 2022 (Temporary)

Notice to Mariners No 23 of 2022 (Temporary)

10 Aug 2022

SOUTH AUSTRALIA – EMERGENCY MARINE RADIO MAINTANANCE SCHEDULED OUTAGE NOTIFICATION

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Flares are an essential emergency item. See how to store and set them off safely. And remember, flares expire. Find more info about flares here.

Here a Marine Safety Officer takes us through how to check if your inflatable lifejacket is safe and up to standard. Find out which lifejacket you need here.

A Marine Safety Officer gives expert advice on how to use an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon, or EPIRB.

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Flares are an essential emergency item. See how to store and set them off safely. And remember, flares expire. Find more info about flares here.

Here a Marine Safety Officer takes us through how to check if your inflatable lifejacket is safe and up to standard. Find out which lifejacket you need here.

A Marine Safety Officer gives expert advice on how to use an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon, or EPIRB.