QF25 Cape York

Donations Donations can by made to this flotilla by clicking here Resources SIGA THOORA – 6 M Cairns Custom Craft – Aluminium mono hull Contact

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QF24 Thirsty Sound

Donations Donations can by made to this flotilla by clicking here Resources Thirsty Sound Rescue: 9.6m Nustar Fibreglass Power Cat powered by twin 260 hp Cummins Diesel inboards. Thirsty Sound Rescue 2: 5.8m Swift RIHB powered by a 140 hp 4stroke outboard. Nissan Navara 4×4 utility (2006 model) 4×4 Ford TW25 tractor Contact  

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QF23 Cardwell

Donations Donations can by made to this flotilla by clicking here   Resources Main Boat: Cairns custom craft 7.6m long, powered by 2 x 150 4 stroke Yamahas. Second Boat: 6m Rib with 2 x 60 Yamahas.   Contact  

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QF21 Sandy Straits

Donations Donations can by made to this flotilla by clicking here   Resources Primary Rescue Vessel: PRIDE OF MARYBOROUGH – 8.5 Metres powered by 2 X 200 HP Honda outboards. Secondary Rescue Vessel: Jupiter One – 5.5 Metre Eagle Ray, powered by 115 hp Evinrude ETEC. Training Vessel: TV3 – 3.5 metre Fibreglass open runabout…

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QF20 Keppel Sands

Donations Donations can by made to this flotilla by clicking here   Operating Times 06:00 to 18:00 Daily Tuesday to Thursday There is an on-site caretaker present most times Resources CHSS Rescue – 7.8m Cat twin 175hp O/B CHSS 2 – 4.8m Polycraft 70hp O/B Isuzu D-MAX Why should I contact Coast Guard? For your own…

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QF19 Rockhampton

Donations Donations can by made to this flotilla by clicking here   Why should I contact Coast Guard? For your own safety; to check your radio is working To allow Coast Guard to keep a log of your boating activities in case of emergency To ask for weather reports and Notices to Mariners including Shoalwater…

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QF17 Tin Can Bay

Donations Donations can by made to this flotilla by clicking here Resources Primary Rescue Vessel: Cooloola Rescue III; 4100 Series Noosa Cat, powered by 2 x 260hp turbo-charged D4 Volvo inboards with stern drive legs; crew 4 to 8 depending on the activity.           Secondary Rescue Vessel: Mount Rescue II; 5.9m…

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