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The Water Recreation (Lake Dunstan) Notice 1993 I, Russell Kilvington, Director, Maritime Safety Authority, pursuant to the Water Recreation Regulations 1979* and in exercise of powers delegated to me pursuant to section 257a of the Harbours Act 1950, hereby give the following notice: N o t i c e 1. (a) This notice may be cited as the Water Recreation (Lake Dunstan) Notice 1993. (b) This notice shall come into force 14 days after publication in the New Zealand Gazette and shall remain in force until revoked by further notice in the New Zealand Gazette. 2. Subject to the conditions set forth in the Third Schedule hereto, regulations 7 (1) (a), 7 (1) (b) and 7 (2) and 8 (1) (a), 8 (1) (b) and 8 (2) of the Water Recreation Regulations 1979 shall not apply to the area specified in the First Schedule. 3. Subject to regulation 11 of the Water Recreation Regulations 1979, the areas specified in the Second Schedule are designated as access lanes for water skiing. 4. The Water Recreation (Kawerau River) Notice 1990 and the Water Recreation (Lake Dunstan) Notice 1992 are hereby revoked. First Schedule All that area of water comprising the Clutha and Kawarau Arms of Lake Dunstan and the Kawarau River upstream to a point 4100 metres upstream of the Kawarau Gorge Mining Centre Footbridge but excluding Bannockburn Inlet. Second Schedule All those areas of water in the Clutha and Kawarau Arms of Lake Dunstan extending 200 metres from the shore bounded by parallel lines at sites marked by ski lane marker posts at positions north-west of Deadman's Point Bridge north of McNultys Inlet south of Loburn Creek north-west of Champagne Gully Third Schedule 1. Notwithstanding any other provision of this notice, no person who is permitted by any such provision to propel or navigate a small craft at a speed through the water exceeding 5 knots shall do so in any manner that is likely to endanger or unduly annoy any person who is, in, on, or using the waters or fishing, or undertaking any recreational activity in the vicinity of the small craft. 2. All persons in charge of a vessel shall adhere to and keep the provisions of all Acts and regulations not specifically exempted by this notice. 3. A suitable notice as may be approved by the Senior Advisory Officer (Harbours Management), Maritime Safety Authority, Wellington, shall be erected at the sites deemed necessary by the Senior Advisory Officer (Harbours Management). Dated at Wellington this 16th day of December 1993. RUSSELL KILVINGTON, Director, Maritime Safety Authority. *Water Recreation Regulations 1979/30 (MSA 43/179/10)
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13 Jan 1994

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