All ships passing southern parts of the Great Barrier Reef will be forced to report positions and be tracked by satellite from July next year under an Australian government proposal.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) advice follows the grounding of the Sheng Neng I coal carrier this month on Douglas Shoal, outside the current mandatory reporting zone.
Expanding the reporting and tracking zone must be ratified by the International Maritime Organisation
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