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Welcome to Marine Rescue Kioloa
Deputy Joan Noble ESM and Unit Commander Louise Andrews
Marine Rescue Kioloa provides a vital link in the chain of marine safety services between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay. MR Kioloa maintains radio watch and patrol over this lovely stretch of water assisted by its offshore rescue vessel Kioloa 20. Kioloa 20 is capable of responding to boating emergencies at short notice providing peace of mind for over 200 amateur fishermen and coastal vessels.
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Become a Volunteer
Ensuring that MR Kioloa and its rescue vessel Kioloa 20 have enough qualified volunteers presents a continuing challenge to the base and its small supporting community. In meeting this challenge MR Kioloa is seeking new volunteers to train as radio operators and boat crew. We’re on the lookout for people from a range of backgrounds aged 16 years or older who are keen to learn new skills in water safety, and experience the adventure of search and rescue aboard Kioloa 20. Click on the picture at left for application details.
Auxiliary members who can help out making crafts, jams, sauces and baking, and assisting on market days are always welcome.
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Congratulations to Joan Noble
Joan's many years dedicated to Coastal Patrol and Marine Rescue were recently recognised with the presentation of the National medal.
Since joining RVCP in 2001, Joan has made significant contributions to our base including taking care of administration matters, making jams and spreads for sale at our markets, treasurer, operating as a standby radio operator and Deputy Unit Commander.
In a small ceremony held at the Milton Ulladulla ExServos club, Regional Operations Manager, Bruce Mitchell presented Joan with her medal and ribbon.