Superseded marine safety exemptions

These general exemptions are now superseded. Superseded exemptions may affect how the national system works for you. 

There are exemptions you may be eligible for under the national system. These exemptions will change depending on changes in the national law and national system.

EX01 Marine safety (vessel identifiers) exemption

EX02 Marine safety (certificates of survey) exemption

EX03 Marine safety (certificates of operation) exemption

EX04 Marine safety (recreational use) exemption

EX05 Marine safety (tenders and auxiliary vessels) exemption

EX07 Marine safety (temporary operations) exemption

EX07 Marine safety (restricted use flags) exemption

EX12 Marine safety (inland waters) exemption

EX15 Marine safety (scientific research and educational activities) exemption

EX17 Marine safety (Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait zone) exemption

EX18 Marine safety (sail) exemption

EX19 Marine safety (school vessels) exemption

EX23 Marine safety (vessels or crew without certificates) exemption

EX24 Marine safety (emergency service vessels and crew) exemption

EX25 Marine safety (old certificates of competency – local restrictions) exemption

EX27 Marine safety (bait gathering) exemption

EX28 Marine safety (NSCV parts E and F) exemption

EX28 Marine safety (safety management systems) exemption

EX29 Marine safety (recording activities) exemption

EX30 Marine safety (Navigation Act seafarer qualifications) exemption

EX31 Marine safety (pre-USL code certificates of competency) exemption

EX33 Marine safety (sailing vessels with motor propulsion) exemption

EX35 Marine safety (flyboards) exemption

EX36 Marine Safety (Steam-powered vessels) Exemption 2014

EX38 Marine safety (low complexity duties) exemption

EX40 Marine Safety (Class C restricted operations) exemption 2015

EX41 Marine Safety (Unpowered barges) exemption 2017

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Last updated: 26 February 2018
Last reviewed: 26 February 2018