Concerns over Kiwi port surveying

Ms Young said the varying frequency and extent of surveys between ports, as well as a lack of data sharing, means onboard pilots and vessel masters could therefore be working from differing data Photo: Christoph Strässler/flickr/CC BY-SA 2.0

Safety and economic impact concerns have been raised over the lack of standardisation of hydrography surveying practice within New Zealand’s port sector.

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