Marine Assistance & Log On

Our stats for 2020 so far…

68

Incidents
Attended

211

People Brought
Home

119

Volunteers

1,941

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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This morning we helped a runabout with gearbox troubles up river past Elizabeth Quay. Resolute was on scene to tow the boat back to the ramp at Balbuk Reserve. Thanks to Jay and his mates for being some of happiest and most appreciative customers we have had in ages!

This morning we helped a runabout with gearbox troubles up river past Elizabeth Quay. Resolute was on scene to tow the boat back to the ramp at Balbuk Reserve. Thanks to Jay and his mates for being some of happiest and most appreciative customers we have had in ages! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Always nice to hear a story of appreciation for Fremantle Sea Rescue . Imagine how they would have have got back home without the help from so many dedicated volunteers. πŸ‘

Good job guys. Saw you at EQ this morning and wondered what you were up to. Hope the coffee went down well ? Well deserved 😁

That's great to hear. Some boaters think YOU guys and gals JUST DROP EVERYTHING when ever thay get in strife and don't care about anyone but them selves. πŸ€” BUT MOST OF US THINK YOU ARE FANTASTIC. πŸ™‚β›΅

Freo Sea Rescue are awesome. Thankyou doesn't cover the job you do.

Good to hear. Can’t ‘like’ this post for some reason.

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R100 is back in action, better and cleaner than ever!
Yesterday our dedicated volunteers John I, Craig B, Geoff M, Dave R, Lachlan P and Wayne M spent the day polishing and detailing our flagship vessel. Special thanks to Corey at Rees Marine And Fabrication for his expert cleaning tutorials for our volunteers
At the same time the Josh and his team from RMP Service were installing the new Volvo Penta DPH sterndrives replacing the old set which had reached the end of their service life.
Thanks to Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA for their continual support which allows our fleet management team to ensure our equipment remains in perfect working order.

R100 is back in action, better and cleaner than ever!

Yesterday our dedicated volunteers John I, Craig B, Geoff M, Dave R, Lachlan P and Wayne M spent the day polishing and detailing our flagship vessel. Special thanks to Corey at Rees Marine And Fabrication for his expert cleaning tutorials for our volunteers

At the same time the Josh and his team from RMP Service were installing the new Volvo Penta DPH sterndrives replacing the old set which had reached the end of their service life.

Thanks to Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA for their continual support which allows our fleet management team to ensure our equipment remains in perfect working order.
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Welcome back R100, looking slick πŸ‘πŸ½

What a pearler, looks great! Team effort πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ»

Thanks Rees Marine And Fabrication for your help. Very much appreciated mate.

Go you good thing!

Thanks for the support πŸ€—

Thanks for the support πŸ€—How lucky are we to live so close to such a beautiful stretch of the Swan River? 😎 Fremantle Sea Rescue is Australia’s busiest Sea Rescue group - and here's their key stats for 2020 so far: 🚨 68 Incidents Attended πŸ‘« 119 Volunteers πŸ•’ 1,941 Volunteer Hours πŸ›₯️ 211 People Brought Home As the charity that protects human life at sea, its volunteers are precious, and I caught up with some yesterday at the Swan Yacht Club- I'm with (L to R): former Member for Freo & volunteer Jim McGinty; Dave Hadlow; Alex Aberle-Leeming; Dan Barker. On behalf of the electorate of Bicton boaties and all river users, I'd like to thank them & everyone at Fremantle Sea Rescue for keeping us safe on the water! 🌊 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Breeshey FinlayπŸ‘

Disposing of your out of date safety equipment is very important. Big thanks to Marine Safety WA for offering this free service!

Disposing of your out of date safety equipment is very important. Big thanks to Marine Safety WA for offering this free service!Marine Safety will be collecting out-of-date flares and EPIRBs at the following locations in February/March: 22 February - Point Walter Boat Ramp - 9am-10am 28 February - Hopetoun Annual Fishing Classic Safety Briefing - 6pm-8pm 29 February - Hopetoun Annual Fishing Classic Boat Ramp - 5am-8am 29 February - Hopetoun Annual Fishing Classic Presentation - 3pm-5pm 29 February - Augusta Family Fun Day, Augusta Boat Harbour - 9am-12 noon 1 March - Augusta River Festival - 10am-4pm For the full list of disposal sites go to www.transport.wa.gov.au/flares ... See MoreSee Less

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