Marine Assistance & Log On

Why Log On?

Logging on could save your life! If you don’t arrive at your destination on time, we’ll come looking for you. Lives are lost when boats that haven’t logged on, capsize or sink, and aren’t reported missing until it’s too late.

Logging on with your local Marine Rescue group is the best way to ensure that action is taken if you don’t come home in time, don’t just leave it your mate or family member to raise the alarm.

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How?

The best way to log on is with your marine radio or alternatively, you can log on by phone.

Marine Radio

VHF – Channel 73
27Mhz – Channel 90

Mobile Phone

Call: 9335 1332

To log on with Fremantle, you’ll need to tell us:

  • Your boat registration number (eg. AZ123)
  • Your FG number if you are a member with us
  • Your point of departure – yacht club, ramp, mooring etc.
  • Your precise destination – Longreach Bay, fishing between 2-4 miles North of West end etc.
  • The number of people on board
  • Your expected time of arrival for safe ports, or return from fishing trips.

Diver Log Ons

As well as journeys, we can also log your dive to make sure you make it safely back to the boat.

We take diver log ons very seriously, if you are not contactable once your logged time elapses, you are deemed to be overdue immediately. Make sure you allow yourself enough time to surface safely and make your way back onboard before you become overdue.

To log your dive, you’ll need to tell us:

  • Your boat registration number (eg. AZ123)
  • Your FG number if you are a member with us
  • Your precise location, GPS coordinates are required.
  • The number of people diving
  • The number of people left on board (if any)
  • Your expected up time.
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