CAUTION WHEN PASSING UNDER THE TASMAN BRIDGE
• When sailing keep a look out to leeward under the headsail and main.
• Larger ships at sea travel quickly - give yourself room; make yourself known with the VHF.
• If you can’t see the bridge of a ship, the Master can’t see you.
• AIS is a handy tool when cruising.
• If a ship is flying code flag H it signifies it is under pilotage control and you must keep clear at all times.
• During berthing operations, tugs or the ships’ thrusters can create dangerous wash.
Small vessels must keep well clear (at least 90m)