Marine Assistance & Log On

Our stats for 2020 so far…

262

Incidents
Attended

724

People Brought
Home

119

Volunteers

16,954

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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Just wait for high tide... she’ll be right 👌

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I'm surprised the Ford falcon isn't standing on the back two wheels

Julie Hanna Paul Rowe

Really how does that shit happen !!! Seriously

Glen Robinson

Jake Strickland Lauren Fischer Reefe Morgan

Todd Kennedy not your new boat, surely???

I'm pretty sure there is a chain at the front, something to do with safety.

oooooppppppsssssss

Jerome Schotman haven’t taken a trip to mandurah recently?

Caitlin she’s not goin anywhere they reckon

Should've gone to work instead lol poor buggrr

Fell off the back of a truck

That just makes me sad poor bloke

Waiting for a mate

Nathan omg!

Pretty sure that’s a Caribbean Reef Runner... not the Road Runner 😳

Mathew oops

Tim Wright

Kristian Hardie double drift for sure

Friggin nice boat 😕

Aaron Fry

Jackson Burns-mortlock 😰

Davo Calusinski 😂😂

Got hooked on a big one

Kate Goldie !!!

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Well that was a busy day!
This is what 8 jobs looks like for Resolute and RoVeR 2 on the water today.
This is also what 174 calls to our Cantonment Hill Rescue Operations looks like
... and it’s not even summer yet 😱

Well that was a busy day!

This is what 8 jobs looks like for Resolute and RoVeR 2 on the water today.
This is also what 174 calls to our Cantonment Hill Rescue Operations looks like

... and it’s not even summer yet 😱
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What’s the bet that most of these boaters didn’t log on before heading out.. great job FSR 👌

You guys need to carry an EFTPOS Machine with you. If they are a registered member and had signed on for the day free tow. Otherwise pay for it

YOU GUYS ROCK, I hope we are properly prepared and never need your assistance. 👍

You guys are fantastic , keep up the great work!

Yeah, I love getting your posts!! Great work.

Good work team

Job well done team 👌

Great work guys👍

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Today we launched our 2 new jet skis Rapid 1 and Rapid 2!
Thanks to our special guests, Emergency Services Minister Fran Logan MLA, Department of Fire and Emergency Services Depty Commissioner Mal Cronstedt and Manger of Marine Rescue Services Mark Eatts.
The new state-of-the-art jet skis are based on the Sea-Doo Fish Pro and have been extensively modified with GPS, TracPlus, ultra reflective livery, navigation lights, comms gear and emergency lighting to make them purpose built rescue craft. Being over 3.75m they’re also able to travel to Rottnest!
Our new jet skis are the result of a partnership between DFES and FSR with the purchase being funded by FSR and the ongoing operational costs covered by DFES.

Today we launched our 2 new jet skis Rapid 1 and Rapid 2!

Thanks to our special guests, Emergency Services Minister Fran Logan MLA, Department of Fire and Emergency Services Depty Commissioner Mal Cronstedt and Manger of Marine Rescue Services Mark Eatts.

The new state-of-the-art jet skis are based on the Sea-Doo Fish Pro and have been extensively modified with GPS, TracPlus, ultra reflective livery, navigation lights, comms gear and emergency lighting to make them purpose built rescue craft. Being over 3.75m they’re also able to travel to Rottnest!

Our new jet skis are the result of a partnership between DFES and FSR with the purchase being funded by FSR and the ongoing operational costs covered by DFES.
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Congratulations on the new jet skis 👏🏻 Thank you for putting them to immediate use and assisting my daughter and her skipper who needed a hand after breaking their mast today.

You guys are doing a fantastic job Everybody is happy to support you Congratulations Fremantle Sea Rescue

#qf11

I can see two of them on the back of Esperance Volunteer 4, be a great combination, jet skies on jet boat🤔👍

Well done from everyone at RMM ( R Marine Mandurah)

Congrats be interesting to see how they go for reliability vs the old waverunners

Brendan Goodings well I’ll be

Anders Savill

Please correct me but my understanding is they are only 373 long what have you added on these skis?

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7 days ago

Fremantle Sea Rescue
How do you get a 55 year old, 15m long, 3 ton steel mast back on top of a state heritage listed building?
It’s simple... just use a huge crane!
Thanks to the team at City of Fremantle for managing the mast refurbishment works.
Our tower is now up and running with our 27mhz and VHF communications equipment along with a new direct strike lighting protection system.
City of Fremantle | Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA | Fremantle Ports

How do you get a 55 year old, 15m long, 3 ton steel mast back on top of a state heritage listed building?

It’s simple... just use a huge crane!

Thanks to the team at City of Fremantle for managing the mast refurbishment works.
Our tower is now up and running with our 27mhz and VHF communications equipment along with a new direct strike lighting protection system.

City of Fremantle | Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA | Fremantle Ports
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That tower, the museum and the old houses down the bottom of the hill used to be a patrol client of mine, way back in the early 2000s. I always though it would be great to see it refurbished, and I am glad it has been...

When the site was being considered by council there were some who actually argued against the sea rescue being located there. Until ( I think Josh Wilson) pointedly said that what could be more compatible with heritage of an old look out tower than its reuse as a lookout tower. Has shown to be a wonderful asset for Fremantle and the sea rescue. Win win

Wow 😲

Will be nice to see "it" properly dressed again.

Michael Batmn

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