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Aircraft Types. Aircraft Types. The two most likely types of aircraft to be towed are seaplanes / floatplanes and helicopters.. Seaplane Emergencies. Lack of fuel or fuel starvation, or engine breakdown may result in the seaplane gliding to the surface.Providing the water is calm, seaplanes can lan

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PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue (RCMSAR)
Station 50
Station 37 Sooke
Stationt 14 Gibsons
Brewin
Station 20 Salish Seas

Volunteer Marine Search and Rescue

As an integral part of the Canadian Search and Rescue (SAR) system, the mission of Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue (RCM-SAR) is to provide a volunteer marine rescue service and to promote public boating safety on the lakes, the inland straits and waters, and the Pacific Ocean coast of British Columbia in Canada.
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The Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary -Pacific
rebranded to Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue in May 2012 to reiterate the fact that we are a non profit organization and  our crews are all volunteers.  To stay up-to-date on Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue, please visit:  rcmsar.com.  
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Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue - Pacific Stations on the British Columbia Coast
Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue - Pacific Stations on the British Columbia Coast
April 23rd, 2014
April 23rd, 2014

May 2014 Compass now available for download!

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May 2014 Compass
May 2014 Compass for Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue
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The Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue formerly
the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary (Pacific) is a volunteer organisation of over 1,000 people from many backgrounds who give up a great deal of their own time to train, be trained, and be on standby, in case they are needed to respond to a marine emergency on the water. These volunteers have the use of modern well equipped rescue vessels that are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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The rescue vessels used are, for the most part,
rigid hull inflatables. Most of the fleet of 41 vessels are less than 5 years old, and owned by societies local to the area where their vessels operate. The funds for building these vessels has to a large degree been provided by BC Gaming, as well as through significant corporate contributions, legacies, private donations and fundraising. Donations have also paid for much of the volunteers´ protective clothing as well as the equipment on board. Many thanks goes to these contributors.
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Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue's area of
operations is based on the Pacific coast of British Columbia which has more than 27,000 kilometres of rugged coastline, over 6,000 islands (most uninhabited), and approximately 450,000 square kilometres of internal and offshore waters.
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It is a challenge to provide search and rescue
response capability to such a large area, and our volunteers meet the challenge with determination and professionalism, and assist those in peril on the sea.
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Overall Stats (Last 12 Months)
SAR/Safety Units 42
Administrative Units 4
Assets 69
Personnel (crew) 980
Personnel (non-crew) 115
SAR Missions 840
Total Mission Hours 1692.19
Training Exercises 2441
Total Training Hours 5700.00
Classroom Sessions 1628
Total Classroom Hours 2778.00
Other Activities 3648
Total Activity Hours 6996.94
Total Hours 17167.13
Person Hours 72907.13
People Assisted 554
People Saved 109
Property Value $21,338,801.00

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