To report a marine emergency VHF CH 16, Cell *16 or 911
Red Serge

MASSIVE THANKS to the Semiahmoo Volunteer Community Police Society for its Generous Donation to SAR5 at the Annual Red Serge Dinner & Auction, Sept. 29, 2016 South Surrey. The evening was hosted by The Semiahmoo Volunteer Community Police Society, who put on this function to raise funds for supporting volunteer community safety programs.

The Semiahmoo Peninsula Marine Rescue Society was presented with a donation of $6000 to help RCMSAR 5 purchase much needed equipment to continue "Saving Lives on the Water"


Man seriously injured in fall from South Surrey cliff

SearchEmergency crews load a man who was injured in a fall from South Surrey bluffs into a waiting air ambulance Friday. A man in his 20s suffered serious back and leg injuries in a fall from cliffs near Kwomais Point, above Boundary Bay See Peace Arch News article.


Search for Missing Man

SearchRoyal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue Unit 5 (Crescent Beach) unit with the Cormarant Search and Rescue helicopter in the background searches the waters of Boundary Bay for a missing boater.
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Vessel Safety Checks

Vessel Safety CheckKen Sissons and Ben Jones with the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue 5 (Crescent Beach) unit check in with boater Jamie Watson, as part of a new Vessel Safety Survey program. The volunteers will be providing safety information on the water, along with a small safety kit, through Jan. 31.
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Pub Night 2016
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Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue volunteers offer their time and commitment to provide marine search and rescue, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Members also work in the community to promote public boating safety.

It was a long day and night for RCMSAR5 marine rescue volunteers.
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Hypothermic teen rescued from White Rock breakwater

A teenager suffering from what appeared to be hypothermia was rescued from the White Rock breakwater earlier this month.
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