Marine Assistance & Log On

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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As tempting as weather may be, don’t risk our volunteers, your family and the community by going boating. No one goes on the water planning to be rescued and no one plans to catch or spread this nasty virus. Please stay home.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we will continue to update our website with important information regarding our operations, advice to Perth boaties and local conditions.
We will continue to update this page as the situation develops so stay tuned, stay home and stay safe!
https://www.searescue.com.au/covid-19-information/

As tempting as weather may be, don’t risk our volunteers, your family and the community by going boating. No one goes on the water planning to be rescued and no one plans to catch or spread this nasty virus. Please stay home.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we will continue to update our website with important information regarding our operations, advice to Perth boaties and local conditions.
We will continue to update this page as the situation develops so stay tuned, stay home and stay safe!

www.searescue.com.au/covid-19-information/
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Comment on Facebook

Big party over the back fence tonight. I feel like calling the cops

Phil we should be sending this out or have it on our page. What do you reckon ?

Robert Worthington

Caleb

A wise man once said ‘a classic stitch-up can really bring everyone together’
R100 is due for replacement in 2021 but it’s not going to be a 23.9m boat worth $4.1m! We will keep you updated with the status of that project in the future. In the mean time happy April 1st everyone 😜

A wise man once said ‘a classic stitch-up can really bring everyone together’

R100 is due for replacement in 2021 but it’s not going to be a 23.9m boat worth $4.1m! We will keep you updated with the status of that project in the future. In the mean time happy April 1st everyone 😜
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You guys win!

You guys get me every year lol. 23 meter boat worth $4m would have been a very nice addition!

You guys got that DFES grant too ;)

Just shows it pays to read properly and remember what day it is 😂 Taking my 'like' back! 😂

Onya guys/gals 👏

Damn you got me too 😃

Robbed!!!!

Warp drives ain't cheap.

Leighton Ditchburn “a classic stitch up can really bring everyone together”

Jordan Moore

Got me 🤣

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Despite the COVID-19 crisis, work is still progressing on our latest rescue vessel.
This 23.9m catamaran will replace our much loved 10m R100 that is now in her 15th year of service.
The launch date of ‘R100 Mk V’ is expected to February 2021.
We are thankful for Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA for committing the $4.1m towards the project along with Volunteer Marine Rescue Western Australia for their continual support.

Despite the COVID-19 crisis, work is still progressing on our latest rescue vessel.
This 23.9m catamaran will replace our much loved 10m R100 that is now in her 15th year of service.
The launch date of ‘R100 Mk V’ is expected to February 2021.

We are thankful for Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA for committing the $4.1m towards the project along with Volunteer Marine Rescue Western Australia for their continual support.
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SCHWEET All that for just lazy 4.1m. Great budgeting FVSR committee. Hope she is getting DRB jets and has a planning hull like the latest lazy 53kn 100fter from AB Yachts.

You could have built an extra metre as AMSA Chang the masters tickets from 24m to 25m !

I heard it was being built with surface drives, top speed around 50 knots.

Every year you get me

She’ll be a beauty when she’s done 👍👍

Didn't mention about the Warp drives..

Ww she's enormous!

78 foot! Far out!

24m? Too small!

Jack Price they wish 😂

23m ? Wow that’s huge

Big girl

Is this fair dinkum or 1 April news?

Who is she being built by?

What a BALLTEARER!!!!

Why do big. Where u going ?

April fools

Troy Feeney

Ben Palmer good meme

Tim Ellis

😂😂😂

😂😂👌

Jordan Moore

Surely April fool’s

Who you guys Tryna fool 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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We all have to do what we can to limit the spread of COVID-19 throughout our community.
With ever increasing self-isolation measures coming into effect from both Federal and State Government we all need to take notice.
As volunteers its not our job to enforce but, it is our job to help. Which is why our volunteers and rescue vessels are still ready to assist 24/7/365. Our phone lines are still open and we are still monitoring radios.
We understand this will not be a popular message but we are urging everyone to be sensible and stay at home. A day on the water is not worth the risk, no matter how good the weather may be.

We all have to do what we can to limit the spread of COVID-19 throughout our community.
With ever increasing self-isolation measures coming into effect from both Federal and State Government we all need to take notice.

As volunteers it's not our job to enforce but, it is our job to help. Which is why our volunteers and rescue vessels are still ready to assist 24/7/365. Our phone lines are still open and we are still monitoring radios.

We understand this will not be a popular message but we are urging everyone to be sensible and stay at home. A day on the water is not worth the risk, no matter how good the weather may be.
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So is this we are not alowed to boat in wa .

For more information on how we are responding please visit: https://www.searescue.com.au/covid-19-information/

Tell my dam boss that. He wants us to work or we dont get paid

Driveway raft up anybody?

Stay in the Swan river

Shaz Spaghetto, John Fenton

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