Australian Sailing Equipment Auditing
The National Equipment Auditor Scheme provides a system for Organising Authorities to nominate Equipment Auditors to audit boats for races.
Equipment Auditors are volunteers who give their time to assist yacht owners and clubs maintain safety standards.
Find out more about Equipment Auditing Scheme and Download the Current Audit Forms Here
- Boat Owner/Person in Charge requests an equipment audit of their boat by an FSC Auditor click here.
- The Auditor will contact the Boat Owner/Person in Charge to organise a time.
- Boat owner must have completed the Audit form before Auditor arrives at the boat.
- Audit is signed off by Auditor once they are satisfied the boat is 100% compliant with the selected safety category.
- Auditor returns completed form to the FSC Boating Office
- The Boating Office assigns the audit form a reference number, maintains files on FSC Server and emails copy back to Boat Owner/Person in Charge.
Sail numbers are an important way of uniquely identifying a vessel for a variety of purposes. They are a requirement for racing, and could be critical in a search and rescue situation. For these reasons all vessels have to have a unique sail number.
Boats on the FSC Boat Register may apply via the link below for a unique FSC sail number.
An Australian Sailing Number (AS Number) is the Single Identifier for all participants in Sailing nationally for membership, course participation and qualifications. The AS Number will remain as your unique identifier regardless of what level you come into the sport and what level you ultimately achieve.
Fremantle Ports’ Notices to Mariners are for Masters of commercial shipping, pilots, recreational and private operators and other port users operating within our waters.