(a) a civilian vessel leaves a port in Australia on an overseas voyage or an overseas flight; and
(b) the vessel carries overseas passengers:
(i) who were on board the vessel when it left a place outside Australia, and who intend to travel in the vessel beyond Australia; or
(ii) who joined the vessel at that port;
the master of the vessel must give an officer a list setting out, to the best of the master's knowledge and belief, the following particulars of each of those passengers:
(c) his or her full name;
(d) his or her date of birth;
(e) the country of issue and number of his or her passport;
(f) his or her citizenship;
(g) the place where his or her journey in the vessel ends.
(2) The master must, if asked to do so by an officer, give the officer a specified number (not exceeding 6) of copies of a document containing particulars given under this regulation.
Penalty: 10 penalty units.