Marine Assistance & Log On

Our numbers for 2019 so far…

313

Incidents
Attended

937

People Brought
Home

119

Volunteers

15,717

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 over 100 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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This afternoon a RoVeR 2 was flagged down by a vessel that had lost power and was drifting towards the rocks outside of Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour.
Thankfully the crew onboard RoVeR 2 were able to get a tow line to the vessel before successfully rafting it back into its pen!

This afternoon a RoVeR 2 was flagged down by a vessel that had lost power and was drifting towards the rocks outside of Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour.
Thankfully the crew onboard RoVeR 2 were able to get a tow line to the vessel before successfully rafting it back into its pen!
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How fortunate they were there!

Thanks to the men and women of fremantle sea rescue , we would all be up that creek with our a pedal without YOU 🚣🏾‍♂️😎

Big boat, well done guys 👍🏻

Good work people

Well done 👍

Have they heard of an anchor?

Ha! Missunderstanding..... my old boat

Anchor?

Mark GreenMark Jane Green

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3 days ago

Fremantle Sea Rescue
A non GPS EPIRB can take anywhere between 90min to 5hrs to acquire your position and is only accurate to a 5km radius. A GPS equipped EPIRB acquires your location in under 20min and is accurate within 120m!
Please don’t forget to register your EPIRB with AMSA. It only takes a couple of minutes and it’s free to do. Help us find you sooner!

A non GPS EPIRB can take anywhere between 90min to 5hrs to acquire your position and is only accurate to a 5km radius. A GPS equipped EPIRB acquires your location in under 20min and is accurate within 120m!

Please don’t forget to register your EPIRB with AMSA. It only takes a couple of minutes and it’s free to do. Help us find you sooner!Don’t forget to carry a registered EPIRB if you’re heading out on the water. In some cases it’s the law. Registration is free and remember, GPS is best! Learn why: http://bit.ly/2IE10XN #SafeBoating
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We’re loving the extra grunt of the new duo prop Suzuki DF325’s on RoVeR 2 💪 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Are these the duo prop drives? Theyve got push!

That is a great sound! Nice work 👍

When everything turns south and the outlook is bleak, we turn to these guys to save the day. Keep up the great work lads and I'd be very happy to learn how these "towers of power" go this season.

love fhat tone

Keep it going

What’s the new top speed with them on

Are they a lot more noisy than the yammies?

Barry Napoli

Mark Carruthers

Matt Gauci

speed=life

Nicholas McBride

Jonathon Riley

Wayne Scott

Marc Stoitis

Matt Krepp 🤤

Ryan Hodge id like to see these on smashed

Lee Jones

Garth 👌🏻

Chris Box sending it sea rescue

Mark Zuidwind

Steve Warren Jones

Luke Swerlowycz naughty 😍

Ahhhhhh myyyy fucken out

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