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Safety of Life at Sea is our primary mission and you will regulary see our two rescue vessels on the water either doing just that or training to ensure we deliver when needed.
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Volunteer Marine Rescue Victoria Point is holding it’s Boaties Market at the Victoria Point State School grounds in Colburn Avenue. The gates open for site holders and buyers at 6:00 am.
The Commodore of the Rescue Unit said that the market had now become a well known event and continued to increase in popularity each time. He said that the unit now has a reputation for efficiency in the setting up of the stalls whilst the School always operated a great sausage sizzle with drinks also being available. He added that entry for buyers was by means of a donation with the proceeds going towards operating and maintaining the rescue vessels, looking after the building, it’s vehicles and safety equipment. Site holders pay a token $10 per site with there being no restrictions on the size required and no need to book ahead. We are always pleased to donate a percentage of our takings to the School’s P & C Association for their generosity in making the grounds available for the market he said and the interest shown in this year’s market is well in excess of the previous ones.
Our theme he said continues to be anything “from a fish hook to a power cruiser!” and it is rare that a site holder does not dispose of most or all of the items for sale.
Come along and support our well attended, big, successful fundraiser for your local community Marine Rescue Volunteers. You might just find that bargain you have been looking for!
Marine Rescue Victoria Point run training and certification for the both Short (SROCP) and Long Range (LROPC) marine radio licence.
Marine Rescue Victoria Point, Council Reserve, Victoria Point. Turn left at the end of Colburn Avenue.
For operating both VHF short range radio and Medium/High Frequency (MF/HF) radio which are designed for long range transmission.
Designed for those who are only operating a VHF short range radio.
If you are an Active member of Volunteer Marine Rescue, Volunteer Coastguard, intending to travel off shore, applying for a commercial Coxswains or Master V license you require the LROCP.
To seek more information or register, send your full name, membership details if applicable and contact phone numbers to email@example.com
|VMR and Coast Guard Assist Members||$186||$161|
|Active volunteers VMR, CG and SES||$141|
Includes University of Tasmania Exam Fee, Text Book, Postage and Tuition Fee
When out on the water, peace of mind is priceless. Our assitance program will help get you home when things go wrong.
Our relationships with other Marine Rescue and Coast Guard units means you are covered across Queensland.
To join up, download and complete this form, or pop in to our base any weekend or Public Holiday. Alternatively, you can call us and we will send you an application form to complete. We are also working on having an online registration so watch this space.