(1) The master of a civilian vessel that enters Australia must, at any port of call in Australia, if so requested by an officer:
(a) give the officer a list showing the number of members of the crew and showing, in respect of each member of the crew:
(i) his or her full name; and
(ii) his or her date of birth; and
(iii) his or her citizenship; and
(iv) the country of issue and number of his or her passport; and
(b) if the vessel is a ship, produce to the officer the ship's articles.
(2) The master of a civilian vessel that is a ship must, at the first port of call in Australia of the ship, give an officer a list signed by the master showing the name and citizenship of every person on board other than:
(a) a passenger; or
(b) a member of the crew whose name appears on the ship's articles as a member of the crew for discharge at a port outside Australia.
Penalty: 10 penalty units.