Australian Maritime Safety Authority This site includes a link for you to register your new EPIRB electronically.
From this page, you can download a PDF Form (recommended) or MS Word Document template to fill out and email back to AMSA to register your new EPIRB. There’s also a form you can print off, write on and fax or snail-mail to AMSA.
This document gives the background to the Green Book Cruising Safety Recommendations,explaining where and why it is different from other safety guidelines such as the Yacht Racing Regulations    “Blue Book”.
This book provides guidance for Cruising Skippers on ways to minimise the risks associated with cruising. It is a work in progress so if you have any suggestions for improvement, don’t hesitate to contact the author, Kim Klaka.
This document accompanies the “Green Book” (also in this section of the website) and is designed to help you ensure your boat is as safe as you can make it for coastal cruising (eg. Rottnest, Mindarie, Quindalup). If you have any suggestions for improvement, please contact Kim Klaka via this website
This document accompanies the “Green Book” (also in this section of the website) and is designed to help you ensure your boat is as safe as you can make it for ocean cruising (eg. Abrolhos, Albany, Bali). If you have any suggestions for improvement, please contact Kim Klaka via this website
This document details plans and processes for managing the risks inherent in cruising.
The Merchant Shipping (Distress Signals & Prevention of Collisions) Regulations 1972 – amended in November 2003.
Here is a guide prepared by the Cruising Committee, for obtaining and storing prescription drugs for your yacht’s medical kit. There is a lot more to it than you might think.