, October 03, 2023
The Governments of both New Zealand and Australia have adopted regulations regarding the control of biofouling on ships’ hulls.
These regulations have resulted in ships being refused entry to ports in both countries, with a significant impact on ship operations and passenger experience claims Lloyd's Register on its website.
Both countries require documentation to be provided before arrival to demonstrate that appropriate measures are in place to manage any biofouling which may occur on the hull.
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