Marine Assistance & Log On

As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic continues to evolve, Fremantle Sea Rescue is moving continuously to adapt our operations to protect our volunteers, boaters and the broader public. Please see below for the latest information we have available regarding the situation as of Thursday 10th June 2020.

Our Operations

On Water

Our rescue vessels and crew remain ready to assist those who need us, 24 hours a day.

Our vessel operations, including weekend patrols are now back to normal, ensuring the quickest possible response to those in need. If you require assistance, just contact us.

Marine Radio

Our 24 hour radio coverage remains unaffected.

Whilst our volunteers continue to practice distancing and hygiene protocols within the radio room, VN6DI is fully operational and ready for your call.

How You Can Help

The state government are now advising boaters that it is safe to go boating, with only some restrictions on number of people.

With this in mind we ask only what we normally would; be safe! If it has been a while since your boat has seen open water, check out our safety checklist and refresh your memory on logging on first.

Safe boating!

Rottnest Island Reopening

Rottnest Island and all waters within the Rottnest Island Marine Reserve are now open to the public. If you need to contact us from around the island, don’t forget the VHF repeater on channel 81 is available if you can’t reach us on 73.