Pacifique Sud, Australie, NZ

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Cette photo aérienne de Sanctuary Cove Boat Show 2007 ?Australie est reproduite sur le site www.stw.fr avec la permission
Sanctuary Cove Boat Show - Australie

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Webcam EN DIRECT sur 200 "bar" et plages Australiennes
Webcam ALIVE on 200 Australienne "bar" and beaches

http://www.coastalwatch.com/camera/cameras_large.aspx?cam=750&state=QLD&t=10:53:05%20AM

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----------------- ENGLISH --------------- The word Aboriginal Australians describes the Indigenous Australians. The
Indigenous Australians represent hundred of local indigenous communities with their unique cultures and about 200 different
languages. If you are interested by Indigenous Australians you may visit the links below or you may contact me.

----------------- FRANCAIS -------------- Le mot Aborigènes Australiens décrivent les Indigènes Australiens. Les Indigènes
Australiens représentent des centaines de communautés indigènes locales de cultures uniques et environ 200 langages
différents. Si vous étés intéressé par les Indigènes Australiens vous pouvez visiter ci-dessous les connections Internet ou
vous pouvez me contacter.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_aboriginal#Aboriginal_Australians

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_aboriginal

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Bonjour Guy,
As-tu quelque chose de particulier à dire concernant la NZ ?
En principe je devrais y arriver fin Avril 2008, en provenance de
Cape Town.
Tout conseil sera le bienvenu!
Bien cordialement.
Michel Forget (MANUAE)

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réponse n°103608

Bonjour Guy Nous avons le désire de venir en Australie.

Mais des amis qui on fait Tahiti, Nouméa et l Australie en 2006,
nous ont dit que les Australiens étaient très sympa.

Nos amis ont échoué pour rencontrer une seule personne qui parle français ?

Cela veut dire nos amis ne se sont pas aussi amuser comme ils le pensait.

Est-ce vrai ? Pourriez vous nous dire si une solution existe ou le cas est particulier ?

Christian

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Bonjour Michel

Je viens de vous répondre par email avec des détails important de regardant les secours Rescue Coordination Centre New
Zealand www.maritimenz.govt.nz/SAR/aboutRCCNZ.asp et les conditions de voyages au Sud du 40eme parallèle.
Je ferais dans les semaines qui suivent un article complet sur STW avec renseignements précis et à jour sur « Southern Ocean
» du point de vue des services Gouvernementaux Nouveau Zélandais et Australien.
En gros voilà ce que ce que ces services veulent savoir

Contactez moi pour plus de details.

Guy NORTH, Consul STW pour le PACIFIQUE SUD

Guy NORTH, Consul STW, SOUTH PACIFIC
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Hello Guy,

The Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand www.maritimenz.govt.nz/SAR/aboutRCCNZ.asp is responsible for coordinating all
Class III search and rescue in the New Zealand Search and Rescue Region.

This region is one of the largest search and rescue areas in the world. It covers a large part of the Pacific Ocean from the
Equator to the Antarctic, and from half way to Australia to half way to Chile. www.maritimenz.govt.nz/SAR/SARregion.asp

For seafarers, their main lifeline to land is the ship's radio. Maritime NZ is responsible for maintaining VHF and HF radio
services for New Zealand's coastal waters and the South Pacific, providing around-the-clock monitoring of radio frequencies
for distress messages.

The region that New Zealand is responsible for is known as NAVAREA XIV. It extends from mid-Tasman to mid-Pacific and from
Antarctica to the Equator.

Maritime NZ is also responsible for the broadcast of Maritime Safety Information within the NAVAREA. Maritime Safety
Information includes meteorological information and navigational warnings.

The radio network is monitored by people located at the Maritime Operations Centre (MOC) in Lower Hutt, Wellington on a 24-7
basis. www.maritimenz.govt.nz/Maritime_Radio/distress.asp

The Maritime Operations Centre has trained radio operators who keep a 24-hour watch of all stations in the radio network.

It is recommended that Daily Schedules be kept with Taupo Maritime Radio/ZLM which is run by The Maritime Operations Centre
when within NZ Search and Rescue Region.

The following link shows the times and frequencies for Maritime Safety Information Broadcasts. (Note: NZ Standard Time is used)
http://www.maritimenz.govt.nz/publications/radio/Frequencies_Timetables.pdf

The New Zealand Meteorological Service also provides up to date weather information on their website.
http://www.metservice.co.nz

Note: Icebergs are fairly common in the Southern Ocean. Warnings for icebergs are done by NZ Meteorological Service on
their website and Maritime Operations Centre on HF at scheduled times.

New Zealand also provides Medical assistance/advice via The Life Flight Trust Organisation. This assistance/advice can be
obtained through RCCNZ Satellite phone) or Maritime Operations Centre (Radio).

We would appreciate if the following could be provided for each yacht prior to departure:

1. Crew Lists
2. Vessel names and call signs
3. Vessel Description
4. 406 MHz EPIRB details. Especially 15 digit Hexidecimal Identification.
5. Life Saving apparatus onboard.
6. Communications equipment
7. Photo of the vessel

ISAF (International Sailing Federation) dictates that in many types of race, ranging from trans-oceanic sailed under adverse
conditions to short-course day races sailed in protected waters, six categories are established, to provide for differences
in the minimum standards of safety and accommodation required for such varying circumstances.

ISAF Offshore Special Regulations: Category 0.
Trans-Oceanic races, including races which pass through areas in which air or sea temperatures are likely to be less than
5ºC other than temporarily, where yachts must be completely self-sufficient for very extended periods of time, capable of
withstanding heavy storms and prepared to meet serious emergencies without expectation of outside assistance.

ISAF Offshore Special Regulations: Category 1.
Races of long distance and well offshore, where yachts must be completely self sufficient for extended periods of time,
capable of withstanding heavy storms and prepared to meet serious emergencies without expectation of outside assistance.

Categories 2, 3, 4, 5 are for inshore.

Please be advised that because of our vast area of responsibility, assistance in remote areas is normally aided by vessels
of opportunity.

Thanks and regards

Search and Rescue Officer
Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand
PO Box 30050
Lower Hutt
NEW ZEALAND
DDI: +64 4 577 8030
Fax: +64 4 577 8038

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Michel

>> As-tu quelque chose de particulier à dire concernant la NZ ?

>> As-tu quelque chose de particulier à dire concernant l'Australie?

Vous n?etes pas la seule personne à me poser l'une de ces questions.

C'est exactement comme me poser la question ...

>>As-tu quelque chose de particulier à dire concernant l'Europe?

Vous voyez ce que je veux dire. (L'Australie + NZ sont des pays méconnus et immense pour le reste du monde)

Donc si vous m?envoyez une E-mail personnelle, détaillée et précise je vous répondrais avec plaisir et essayerais de vous
aider.

Question très importante,

Allez vous descendre au sud du 40eme parallèle de Cape de Bonne Esperance a la NZ?

J'attends votre E_mail personnelle

Guy NORTH, Consul STW pour le PACIFIQUE SUD pour l'Australie et NZ

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Michel

>> Have you got something to say regarding NZ?

>> Have you got something to say regarding Australia?

You are not the only person to ask me one of these questions.

This is exactly like asking me the question ...

>> Have you got something to say regarding Europe?

Do you see what mean. (Australia + NZ are not well know, huge for the rest of the world)

So if you send me a personal, detailed and precise email, I?ll be please to answer it and help you.

Very important question, will you be navigating south of the 40th parallel from Cap Good Hope to NZ?

Standing by for your personal email.

Guy NORTH ,Consul STW, SOUTH PACIFIC for Australia and NZ

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