Volunteers from Marine Rescue The Entrance will today mark the official commissioning of their new $120,000 rescue vessel and opening of their new $30,000 jetty and unit extensions.
A middle aged man from Shoalhaven Heads, the sole occupant of his vessel, was lucky to survive its sinking in the Shoalhaven River near Shoalhaven Heads today last Sunday
Commissioner Stacey Tannos said Police and Emergency Services Minister Michael Gallacher had provided $28,140 in grant funding to support MRNSW volunteers’ work to save lives on the water
Just after mid-day, with seas rising, the skipper tried to start the vessel to return to Wooli but the motor would not start. His call to the Wooli Marine Rescue number raised the alarm
Three volunteers from Marine Rescue NSW have been recognised for their contribution to safety on the water and the NSW boating community in this year’s Queen’s Birthday honours.
Marine Rescue Shoalhaven Unit Commander Bill Carter said at least 12 yachts and a cabin cruiser had been wrenched from their moorings and washed onto the beach and rocks at Callala Bay