Volunteer Marine Search & Rescue

RHIOT
Polar Bear Swim 2013
Ken Moore and crew at the 2013 January 1st polar bear swim.
Fast Response
Boat Handling

About Station 12
Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue, Station 12,

Station 12 provides maritime Search and Rescue services for the area starting at White Islets, north to McNaughton Point and half way across the Strait of Georgia we also cover the Sechelt Inlet area to Egmont, including Salmon and Narrows Inlets. The members of Station 12 are dedicated, highly trained volunteers who provide maritime life saving services in any weather conditions, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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RCMSAR Station 12 is now offering free
"Pleasure Craft Safety Inspections"
These vessel inspections are designed
to assist the boat owner in determing the
status of their vessel safety. Upon passing,
a certified decal is received and can be displayed.
These appointments are scheduled where certified
RCMSAR inspectors are booked to assist you.
For booking please contact us at: info@rcmsar12.org
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Our second annual fundraiser event at the Lighthouse Pub was a great success..and a lot of fun!

Boating Safety for Kids with Bobbie the Boat

Thank-you from all of us at RCMSAR Station 12!


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Boating Safety for the Whole Family with Bobbie the Boat


The focus of “Bobbie the Boat” is primarily children; although the educational device is a hit with everyone in the community.  Bobbie is a robotic boat that has all of the features of a real boat; a boat that in this case talks to children.  Through sophisticated communication systems we are able to talk remotely to children and hear their responses.  Bobbie is guided by one of our volunteers who would remain out of sight of the boat.  Bobbie goes through a scripted safety message that is focused on children of all ages and one that can be adapted to almost any venue.  During the past year we visited schools and attended public events in an effort to get our safety message across; we estimate that last year alone we touched over 1,000 citizens of the District.

"Bobbie visits Sechelt's Brownies and Girl Guides"
To view a video about Bobbie, click here: http://www.photoshow.com/watch/BD3hB7wr?source=em_ps_show_recipient



To schedule a visit to your school or site please contact:
Bobbie Program Scheduler  info@rcmsar12.org




SAR Management System
Training Resources
Crew Information
SMS
Training

Duty Crew:
Michael Carson
Ida Koopman
Stephen Matthews
Jane S. Macdonald
Peter Harvey
Erin Heeney
Michelle M Rose
Greg Dowman

Tides, Weather
Member List
Join Us
Fund Raising
Resources
Volunteer with us
Fund Raising
Marine Information and Resources
"Imagine what it would feel like, to save a life..."
"We rely on the support of people like you for funding"
"Training and information resources for all boaters"


NOTICE: To report a Marine Emergency, use channel 16 on your marine VHF radio. Or by cell phone dial *16.



July 12th, 2015
July 12th, 2015

Sunshine Coast Search and Rescue: there for us 24/7

Sunshine Coast Search and Rescue: there for us 24/7

Volunteers across our community provide the dynamism that energizes and enriches our lives.  This is nowhere more evident than in the activities of Ground and Marine Search and Rescue units.   Skilled, highly trained and well-equipped, they provide assistance to emergency services and are often first responders to those who find themselves in difficulty on land and on the water.

The Sunshine Coast Ground SAR operates throughout the Coast ...




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