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Why log on?

If venturing out, placing a simple log on call to us is the cheapest insurance you can get!

 

We have dedicated radio operators monitoring both working and distress frequencies 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

We don't rest until you're home safe!

How to log on

When you're ready to depart the boat ramp call us on either CH90 (27Mhz) or CH73 (VHF). Tell us:

  • Your vessel registration number/call sign

  • Where you're departing from

  • How many people onboard

  • Where you're going (as specific as possible)

  • What time you expect to be back

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If venturing out, placing a simple log on call to us is the cheapest insurance you can get!

We have dedicated radio operators monitoring both working and distress frequencies 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

We don't rest until you're home safe!

Extra information

From time to time our operators may ask for further information, clarification, or possibly an onboard phone number so that we have the best chance of contacting you if you become overdue.

Logging off

It's equally important to log off once you're back safe to avoid an unnecessary search.

 

Our radio operators are professional and will always put our procedures into action if you become overdue.

How to log off

When you're back safe call us on either CH90 (27Mhz) or CH73 (VHF). Tell us:

  • Your vessel registration number/call sign

  • That you're back and wish to be taken off the log.

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Log your dive!

Did you know that you can also log your dive? 

We'll ask for the following:

  • Vessel registration

  • Number of people onboard

  • How many divers are entering the water

  • A contact number onboard the vessel

  • Your exact location & GPS coordinates

  • What time your entering the water

  • Expected time back to the surface

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What happens if I forget to log off?

Our radio operators are solely concerned for your safety. They will follow the the guidelines outlined in the graphics below.

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