Marine Rescue Middle Harbour News
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On Saturday, NSW Police Marine Area Command tasked Marine Rescue to respond to a report of a cruiser sinking at its mooring in Quakers Hat Bay, Middle Harbour. MH30 arrived in […]
Some months ago Marine Rescue Middle Harbour asked the Manly Daily to assist us to appeal to the wider community for help to replace the foundation and refurbish the flagpole that stands on Spit Road […]
This 3 minute video tutorial explains how to set up and operate the pumping system aboard a Marine Rescue Steber 38.
Saturday 6 February, the Charlie watch crew were having lunch when we received a call from the Manly Skiff Club, that a vessel had overturned near the Gawlland Bombora & […]
While attempting to recover a car that had driven off the cliff at Queenscliff, NSW Police launch WP32 became disabled after its propeller became fouled. Full story here at the Daily Telegraph. […]
MARINE RESCUE NSW MEDIA RELEASE – 18 December 2015 Marine Rescue NSW Volunteers on Alert for Holiday Boating Safety The summer boating season is the busiest time of year for recreational […]
The regular Wednesday mid-week watch of 25/11/15 coincided with the P&O 5 Ship Spectacular – an historic event where all 5 of P&O cruise ships were to be in Sydney […]
On Sunday 11 October 2015, Marine Rescue Middle Harbour received a call from a 42′ Jeaneau yacht which was anchored off Sailors Bay in Middle Harbour. The owner advised that he […]
Click on image to view full frame. Marine Rescue members attend the Volunteer Memorial ceremony on Saturday 10-10-15 members from Middle Harbour, Port Jackson, lake Macquarie, Terry Hills, Illawarra […]
OLD4NEW Lifejacket Trade-in Program Take advantage of the OLD4NEW lifejacket trade-in scheme to replace your old lifejackets with new ones that comply fully with the revised lifejacket regulations. In summer 2015 the NSW […]
Fig Tree Point is a rocky point in Middle Harbour with a shallow reef that juts out into the channel towards Quaker’s Hat Bay. Although marked with a green lateral […]
How to Avoid Going Aground, and What To Do If When You Do If you spend enough time driving boats, you will almost certainly touch the bottom one day. Whether through navigational […]
Joint Training Operations on Sydney Harbour When not actually assisting the public, Marine Rescue crews must continuously train in all aspects of search and rescue and seamanship. This is essential […]
Marine Rescue Port Jackson & Middle Harbour units ran a joint exercise to assist NSW Ambulance Special Operations to practice transferring crew between the aircraft and a small vessel via […]
Check out the following video for a glimpse of what Marine Rescue NSW volunteers do.
On 22nd February Middle Harbour 30 assisted a sailing vessel arriving from New Zealand that had suffered an engine failure and would be unable to safely make it to a berth. The 46-foot 20 […]
Marine Rescue NSW members have been dismayed by callous thieves who have set back the volunteers’ efforts to raise funds for their vital work to save lives on the water. […]
A pivotal metropolitan marine communications centre has been upgraded in a $200,000 project to help safeguard boaters on Sydney Harbour and surrounding waters. The Speaker of the Australian Parliament and […]
The outgoing Unit Commander Tony Whybrow presented Unit commander’s Commendations to Ben Crowther, Lyndie Powell and Brent Lockley at the June AGM for their ongoing support and dedication to Marine […]
Manly resident Andy Vogt took this breathtaking photo of MH30 going to assist a vessel by the name of Diva. Diva was escorted from off-shore at Dee Why into the […]
The Hon. Jillian Skinner and Unit Commander Tony Whybrow officially commission Middle Harbour 30 and the new pontoon berth.
Charlie Watch were doing their first proficiency assessments on Australia Day public holiday Monday. John Farbrother was first up for his Leading Crew proficiency test. While busy with the test […]
Bravo Watch has started the Whale Watching Season in Sydney Harbour. After a routine call for a pump out of a sinking vessel. A Securite call came across the VHF […]
The following pictures show a recent training drill performed by the members of Delta Watch, Marine Rescue Middle Harbour, focused around end to end incident management. These drills are essential […]
ST PAUL’S Catholic College began the term with its annual Anzac Day service. Dignitaries including Premier Mike Baird, Manly Mayor Jean Hay and Commander Sean O’Dwyer, from the RAN, gathered […]
On Sunday 6 April Marine Rescue Middle harbour had been asked to act as safety vessels for the Balmoral Swim for Cancer. Our local MP, The Hon. Mrs Jillian Skinner […]
Marine Rescue Middle Harbour members recently attended an orientation at Water Police (Marine Area Command) headquarters at Balmain. Members received a thorough briefing on how the Police manage statewide maritime Search and Rescue […]
On Monday 7th October there was a call for assistance by a 44 foot catamaran weighing about 13 ton with 4 people on board. Middle Harbour 30 was dispatched however, […]
A fleet of ten vessels representing Marine Rescue NSW put in a full day on Sydney Harbour assisting with management of the many Australia Day events that attract big crowds […]