- If you operate a domestic commercial vessel in Tasmanian coastal waters, you must notify Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST).
- You must pay an annual infrastructure administration fee when you first lodge the application.
- You must have a certificate of operation from the Australian Maritime Safety Authority before you apply.
- MAST will send you a label which must be displayed in an easily seen place on the vessel, otherwise you may get an infringement notice.
About the notification of operation of a domestic commercial vessel
The owner of a domestic commercial vessel that operates in Tasmanian coastal waters must:
- notify MAST of the vessel's operations, and
- pay an annual infrastructure administration fee.
How to notify
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What you need to notify
You must visit a service centre and provide:
Can I notify?
The owner of the vessel must apply.
Proving your identity
You do not need to prove your identity.
How much it costs
Marine and Safety Tasmania provide a handy domestic commercial vessel calculator to help you work out the cost.