Why Christchurch boatyards are killing the boat industry

The boat industry is dying because of the government’s lack of regulation, says the head of a new boat yard in New Zealand.

The country has seen its first major wave of regulation in about 20 years, but it has seen a drop in the number of boats in the water.

In the last year, there have been a record number of vessels being unloaded in the country’s harbours and harbours were being inspected more often than ever before, according to the New Zealand Government.

This has led to a spike in boats coming ashore in the port of Auckland, but the government is struggling to enforce the rules.

New Zealand’s Maritime Safety Authority has also recently stepped in to help enforce the new rules.

The authority has now been handed the task of policing the new harbours.

The authority said that, since the start of the year, it had received 3,000 requests for information from people concerned about boat safety.

In the past year, the authority has seized more than 3,300 vessels in New England, and has taken over 400 boats in New York.

This is the most it has taken in a year and a half, but there are fears that it may not be enough to solve the problem of boat-looting.

“It’s been a really tough year for the boat owners.

It’s been very challenging to get through to the authorities.

The New Zealand Maritime Safety Board has made it clear that they want to see more regulation in the industry,” Paul McClean, chairman of the New South Wales Boat Owners Association, told Business Insider.

McClean said the authority was also taking a tough line with the people who were illegally dumping their boats on the beaches.

They have taken people into custody and taken them to jail, he said.

According to McClean and the other members of the association, there are currently about 1,500 boats left in the harbour, but many of these have not been boarded. “

We are not seeing any increase in boat thefts, but we have seen a huge increase in illegal dumping.”

According to McClean and the other members of the association, there are currently about 1,500 boats left in the harbour, but many of these have not been boarded.

As the government tries to deal with the situation, it has also stepped up its crackdown on the illegal dumping.

A number of people have been arrested and some have been given jail terms.

A number of laws have been changed to prevent the dumping of boats at sea.

A ban on the selling of boats to the public was introduced, and a law was passed to prevent people from leaving a boat unattended at sea for a period of time.

Meanwhile, the Government has made a series of laws that will help to stop boats from getting into the water in the first place.

It will also introduce new laws that prevent the smuggling of boats and the transport of boats from overseas.

One of these new laws will allow the government to seize a boat at the port, where it will be kept for 30 days and a person could be fined $250 if caught.

There are also new laws on the books that will make it harder for boats to be sold at auctions.

For instance, the government will be able to confiscate the boat without a trial if it finds that the owner has not given notice of the boat’s departure.

This means that if a boat is left unattended in the middle of a beach for more than 30 days, it could be seized and the owner could be sent to jail for up to three months.

Other laws will help people avoid being prosecuted if they break the law by failing to notice that their boat is leaving the country.

The government is also making it a criminal offence for someone to leave a boat or boat cargo on a beach without notice.

To ensure that boats do not get into the harbour in the future, a number of measures have been introduced to prevent them from being dumped in the harbours, including the creation of a marine safety zone around the harbour and a marine park.

According the New York Post, the marine park is due to open in June.