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St Helens Marine Rescue on Facebook

St Helens Marine Rescue is now on Facebook! Come and visit and add us as a friend for more news and social events.

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Pelican Point Dredging Completed

The dregding on the channel at Pelican Point was completed this week and half a metre of additional depth has been added. The channel should now be navigable at all times to vessels up to 1.8 metre draft. At high

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Georges Bay Barway Marker Buoy Relocated

The Georges Bay Barway marker Buoy was recently relocated. The new coordinates of the marker buoy are: 41 degrees 16.216′ S 148 degrees 20.304′ E WSG DATUM 84

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S/V Westward Assisted into St Helens

This week we towed the yacht “Westward” into St Helens where she will be on the slip for a week or so. The cutter Westward, the only Tasmanian yacht to have twice won the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race on handicap,

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Police Vessel Karri Lost

Police Vessel Karri struck a submerged rock near Waterhouse Island in Bass Strait last night while on her way to the large-scale training exercise involving the Tasmanian Police, SES and St Helens Marine Rescue. The captain of the boat and

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