On Nov 4, 2020

Watch Marine Rescue TV

Marine Rescue NSW has today launched our new online monthly video magazine, MRTV, which showcases our professionally skilled and dedicated volunteers and world-class vessels and equipment.

You can watch the show on the Marine Rescue NSW YouTube channel – via the MRNSW website or our Facebook page – in the first week of each month. The first episode is here:

MRTV is an exciting new way to engage with our boating community to help them stay safer while they’re out enjoying our spectacular waterways, particularly over the coming summer, which we expect to be one of our busiest yet.

Each edition of MRTV will feature interviews with MRNSW personnel, news from around the organisation and safety tips and advice for boaters.

This first edition includes an interview with new Deputy Commissioner Alex Barrell, the arrival of one of our new superboats, the 12m Naiad Botany Hacking 30 and the commissioning of Sussex Inlet 20. We also dropped in to the Rotary Emergency Services Community Awards and we provide some tips about Logging On and Logging Off with MRNSW.

Enjoy this first episode of MRTV and keep watch for future episodes.

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