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Breaking News: Georges Bay is on the water

St Helens Marine Rescue is excited to inform mariners Georges Bay is finally in Survey. This came through as of Friday the 29th of January, 2016. In order for this to take place the vessel had to undergo a rigorous

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Welcome BP Australia

St Helens Marine Rescue is proud to announce the outstanding sponsorship of BP Australia. This incredibly generous support is a prime enabler for St Helens Marine Rescue to provide for the wellbeing and safety of mariners in NE Tasmania. The sponsorship covers marine

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Pelican Point Disaster – Recovery

It is with the greatest of pleasure I can report St Helens Marine Rescue has ordered a replacement vessel for the tragically capsized Break O’Day. The community response to our recent appeal has been sensational. So  now we are in the

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Pelican Point Disaster – Break O’Day Capsizes

 The ABC News did a really good job covering the incident, go to: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-01-06/tasmanian-east-coast-marine-rescue-capability-takes-a-hit/6003348?section=tas Click on the video in the article to see the telecast. This post is to assure mariners the three St Helens Marine Rescue volunteers who were capsized

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Sea Guardian – Grand Lady of the Sea

The Sea Guardian is the last sea going, solent-class vessel of her type in the world. Built in 1969 she served in sea rescue saving many lives and vessels over a 45 year period. She started her working life in

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