Marine electrical wiring is in a highly corrosive environment and exposed to all of nature’s weather extremes. When it comes to marine safety and certification, it’s imperative to choose qualified, highly skilled professionals with specialized expertise in the Marine Electrical Industry.

It is absolutely imperative to the safety of your boat to have a New Zealand Qualified Electrical Inspector that is completely competent in maritime safety standards and regulation, and has had vast experience in the marine industry.

General Electrical Inspectors can issue certification on residential, commercial, motorhomes caravans, boats etc it’s a very wide variety of work in extremely different environments. For peace of mind we firmly recommend using a specialised Marine Electrical Inspector.

It is a legal requirement in New Zealand for all Marinas supplying the power connection and persons connecting to the power supply to ensure the vessel has a current EWOF (Electrical Warrant of Fitness). To be able to safely connect, your vessel’s EWOF must be current and renewed every four years.

Invest in the highest standard of electrical boat inspection and leave nothing to chance.

Q: What is an EWOF?
A: An Electrical Warrant of Fitness (commonly known as EWOF or WOeF) is a certification ensuring you and others that your connectable installation is electrically safe to use.
   
Q: Who needs an EWOF?
A:

All pleasure vessel up to 50 meters connecting to a power supply in New Zealand

A current electrical warrant of fitness (or eWOF) is required under the Electricity Act 1992 before you connect your vessel to any power supply.

   
Q: Why do you need an EWOF?
A: A current electrical warrant of fitness is a requirement of law in New Zealand. For your safety and protection. It is also an insurance requirement
   
Q: How often do you need an EWOF?
A: Every 4 years
   
Q: Who can issue an EWOF on my Boat?
A: Only a qualified electrical inspector registered with the Electrical Workers Registration Board of New Zealand
   
Q: How to choose an Electrical Inspector for your boat?
A:

Marine electrical wiring is in a highly corrosive environment and exposed to all of nature’s weather extremes. When it comes to marine safety and certification, it’s imperative to choose qualified, highly skilled professionals with specialist expertise in the Marine Electrical Industry.

It is absolutely imperative to the safety of your boat to have an inspector that is completely competent in maritime safety standards and regulation, and has had vast experience in the marine industry.  Invest in the highest standard of electrical boat inspection and leave nothing to chance - Contact Marine Cert today!

   
Q: Who do I contact for an EWOF?
A: Contact Marine Cert Limited - visit www.marinecert.co.nz  or phone 021 2900 313 Providing electrical certification, reporting and consultation for boat owners who seek excellence