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Our stats for 2020 so far…

120

Incidents
Attended

374

People Brought
Home

119

Volunteers

4,280

Volunteer
Man Hours

Fremantle Volunteer Sea Rescue

Fremantle Sea Rescue is one of Australia’s busiest Sea Rescue groups. We are run by a team of almost 120 passionate and dedicated volunteers, available 24 hours a day, every day of the year, and will attend to any boater or water-user in distress, who needs assistance.
We are a registered charity which is proud to be part of Volunteer Marine Rescue WA, and gazetted by the Department of Fire and Emergency Services. We take this responsibility seriously and continuously work hard to maintain the highest level of training and equipment possible.
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Teamwork makes dream work!

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I bit like my walking track on my shopping day off the island

BREAKING NEWS
Rottnest is set to open from June 6th 2020!
As part of the State Government’s Phase 3 COVID strategy announced today, Rottnest Island and the surrounding waters will be open again
We. Can’t. WAIT!! 🎉

BREAKING NEWS
Rottnest is set to open from June 6th 2020!
As part of the State Government’s Phase 3 COVID strategy announced today, Rottnest Island and the surrounding waters will be open again

We. Can’t. WAIT!! 🎉
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You guys will be busy, blocked raw water inlets, stale fuel, flat batteries and skippers who can’t remember the way to Rotto!!!

Great news! Now the weather must improve 😩😤😫 enjoy Albany!

Seagulls and quokka’s would be stoked to have chips back on the menu

Should look refreshed with few people,trampelling over it.. Quokas watch out.

So where do all the quarantines go?

Hopefully they give it a good clean out!!

Get the bakery restarted now, its going to get swamped....

I suppose there may be a "D" day type landing!🤣🤣

Woo hoo, next sunny day I’m there

Just in time for warm weather . . . Oh hang on 🤦‍♂️

Woohoo

Julie Toohey not interested if that a hole Jason in going

Liv Dalziell

Debra O'Mahony

Ryan Dodds have hmas brokenuts ready!

Paula Walker

Michael Richardson it's tine to get my 5mm wetti and get our dive on 😜

Aaron Weinbrecht

Bring on the Shady Pearl

Sue Good

Wahooo

Natalie Morganti

Archie Wrightson-Hester

All fueled up.

James Nancarrow found our pub lunch mate!

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The brave men and women onboard Western Australia Police Vessel Cygnet V as they punch bow first into Monday’s storm responding to a swimmer in distress off City Beach.
When you choose to risk your life there will always be emergency service personnel risking theirs to save you. Please observe the conditions and listen to the warnings before risking your life first.
Thankfully the swimmer was found safe and well onshore a short time later by Surf Life Saving WA.
Thanks to FSR fan John Blakey for sending us these incredible photos.

The brave men and women onboard Western Australia Police Vessel Cygnet V as they punch bow first into Monday’s storm responding to a swimmer in distress off City Beach.

When you choose to risk your life there will always be emergency service personnel risking theirs to save you. Please observe the conditions and listen to the warnings before risking your life first.

Thankfully the swimmer was found safe and well onshore a short time later by Surf Life Saving WA.

Thanks to FSR fan John Blakey for sending us these incredible photos.
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Hi Matt Frdmn Dean Kailis imagine having a gov job and getting paid to go thrash the cop boat in a storm because there was someone swimming but actually no it’s ok he’s on the beach but at least we got to thrash the boat beats working cheers Dennis

How about the police folks down the cut Monday morning.. that makes this look like a wavey swimming pool

How stupid are people to go out for a swim and then endanger the rescuers lives. Swimmer should be fined

Saw them heading back toward the river with a smaller rescue boat. I was wondering what purpose they had being out.

We are lucky to have people like this looking out for us

There is one in every family. Fantastic photos.

hope they gave the swimmer a talking to, it’s like someone going on picnic in a bushfire..

this relly gets me going how can you think it’s a good idea to go swimming

Unreal, some people shouldn't be allowed to leave the house

Rescue a swimmer? So irresponsible... Send them a bill....

Ruby Nichols only the locals up your way would do this to our great police🤪

Great pictures

Great pics

Awesome pic!

Meh that's nothing https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10222663654560725&id=1253974142

Awesome pics

Above and beyond

Callan George

Duncan Storey

Vince Amoroso

Pete Tjm

impressive shots

Hero’s!

Michael Denny

Bron Keown

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STORM AFTERMATH
The last 24 hours have seen unprecedented storm surges, winds of over 55kn and swells over 7.5m off Rottnest.
When safe to do so, we encourage all boat owners to check their vessels for damage. Look for missing or moved items, torn sails, canopies, broken lines and cleats and impacts with jetties and pylons.
If the conditions can displace a stack of sea containers at Rous Head, imagine the potential damage to your vessel!

STORM AFTERMATH

The last 24 hours have seen unprecedented storm surges, winds of over 55kn and swells over 7.5m off Rottnest.
When safe to do so, we encourage all boat owners to check their vessels for damage. Look for missing or moved items, torn sails, canopies, broken lines and cleats and impacts with jetties and pylons.
If the conditions can displace a stack of sea containers at Rous Head, imagine the potential damage to your vessel!
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Can u imagine if we had a real storm like qld gets like cat 4 cyclones with 6meter tides n 400mm of rain in an hr

Rusty i saw a branch in the road here in camillo, i mean i was basically dodging sea containers myself

Brett Hainsworth glad our boat was out. Check out aquarama.

Riley Borgomastro I guess living at that coogee house will have a downside 😞

Jack glad we don’t have that stress anymore ..

Jack Balfour well it wasn’t quite as high this morning

Ooops! No walking for awhile I think 😎

Venine Palm Bindczus

Dale Ivens

blame it on something I know nothing about VVVVV

Todd Blackwood

Kellie-Anne Orth

Riley Ellson

Jack Sticca

Leonie Jarvis

Kate Beylaard

Michelle Weckert

Jordan Marsh

Bryan Lutter

NaThan Stevens

Michelle

Christine Dick

Dom Tripodi

Hayley Tunks

Ashley Carmen Armstrong

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