About Volunteer Marine Rescue Central Coast

Marine Rescue Central Coast unit has two radio marine coast stations. The first, and its principle base, is located at Point Clare on Brisbane Water. Its call sign is Marine Rescue Central Coast. The second marine radio base is located at Terrigal Haven and its call sign is Marine Rescue Terrigal. Both these marine radio coast stations operate 7-days-a week from 0600 to 1800 hours in summer and 0700 to 1700 in Winter. Radio calls after hours may be answered by Marine Rescue Sydney, as this base operates 24/7 and has extended reception at night.

Central Coast has five vessels, three are accredited marine rescue vessels, one is a Jetski and one is a RHIB used for crew training.

Central Coast 30  is a 10m NAIAD rated for use inshore and offshore. It is a fast response Search and Rescue Vessel which is moored at Terrigal Haven

Central Coast 022 is a 7.5m Ocean Cylinder  fast response SAR vessel.

Central Coast 021 is a 7.3m NAIAD rated for use inshore and offshore to 7nm.

Central Coast 013 is a 4.0m open RHIB used for crew training .

Central Coast 11 is a Jetski, used to access difficult locations such as Waterfall Bay

The rescue vessels are berthed on ‘Boat Lifts’ on the unit’s jetty at Point Clare and are ready for use offshore at all times. Boat crews are either on duty at the base or on call 24/7.

The Point Clare base is the training centre for the unit. It is located in Goodaywang Reserve at the end of Kurrawa Avenue and has on site parking. The base is air-conditioned and has it own 9Kva emergency diesel generator to ensure continuous coverage.

Visitors and membership enquiries are most welcome. Just click on Contact in the menu and complete the form or click HERE

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