RCM-SAR 33 - Oak Bay Sea Rescue

  1. Moonrider takes a look at Oak Bay Sea Rescue Society and RCM-SAR Station 33. What makes the operation like this successful is the unpaid professionals that answer the call and make a difference by providing an essential public service. They are members of your community who are dedicated to saving lives at sea. Station 33 maintains a 24 hour a day / 365 day per year marine search and rescue readiness and promotes boating safety programs to the public. They are there if you should ever need them.

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  2. Up close and personal with Station 8's brand new Falkins-class Type I RHIB

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  3. On Sunday Feb. 10th, Stations 35 Victoria and 33 Oak Bay coordinated a pacing exercise. Station 35 was borrowing HQ's newly refitted Zodiac 850 which will be used for the SARnav courses.

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  4. Here is a short clip of our juniors enjoying training. Oak Bay Sea Rescue (RCM-SAR 33) has an active junior program where teenagers (age 13+) learn lifelong skills associated with marine search and rescue and boating. For more information visit http://www.obsr.ca

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  5. Discovery Crew member, Matthew Kerr, proves that he can perform a self recovery. This crew level requirement ensures that our members can re-board in the emergency situation where our vessel capsizes and self rights.

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RCM-SAR 33 - Oak Bay Sea Rescue

RCMSAR 33

Welcome to Station 33 Oak Bay of the Royal Canadian Marine Search & Rescue (RCM-SAR) - formerly known as the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Pacific, located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island in Oak Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

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Welcome to Station 33 Oak Bay of the Royal Canadian Marine Search & Rescue (RCM-SAR) - formerly known as the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Pacific, located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island in Oak Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

We are members of your community, volunteers who are dedicated to saving lives at sea. Our station maintains a 24 hour per day, 365 day per year marine Search and Rescue readiness and promotes boating safety programs to the public.

Oak Bay Sea Rescue Society is an organization of volunteers providing support of RCM-SAR Station 33, Oak Bay.

We are here if you should ever need us.

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