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"There is little better than a day out on the water. Whether it's a gentle sail, a blast up the coast, lines over the side, a dive to explore the bottom, or a get together with mates....

...there is little worse than finding yourself in trouble in that patch of paradise, wishing that you knew more, or that your family or crew could get you and your boat safely back to shore if ever they had to."

Coastguard looks out for the safety of every person who goes to sea off our coast or enjoys any of the region's harbours, or beaches.

 

Posted by Weedoogie

Can you please pass  on our thanks to Coastguard Mana.

Thank you both for supporting our Club’s 90th anniversary! The weather wasn’t really on our side, but we still got nearly 50 kids in the water, and a whole lot more in the Club. The Chocolate Treasure Hunt really helped to make this the best opening day in many years, as we involved the kids rather than a few old salts. This kids went away very happy with handfuls of Whitakers Chocolate and over $400.00 in prizes donated by the club. Our crayfish auction raised around $2,000.00 for our Sailing Academy.

Once again, thanks so much for supporting our club!

Richard De Groot
Club Manager
Plimmerton Boating Club Incorporated

Posted by Trevor Burgess
Operation Details
Date/Time: 
Wed, 22/07/2015 - 12:30 - 15:30
Operation Type: 
CG Operation (good samaritan)
People Assisted: 
4
Total Volunteer Hours: 
12

Tetega experienced overheating of engine off reef on leeds to Porirua Harbour.  Drifted to Tea Gardens.  Took in tow to back inside reef, some lee of strong southerly.  Rafted up and took over bar into Mana Marina against breast works.  Outgoing tide with 20 knot gusting 25 knot south easterly.

Posted by Steve_Rolston
Operation Details
Date/Time: 
Sun, 28/06/2015 - 03:00 - 03:15
Operation Type: 
CG Operation (good samaritan)
People Assisted: 
1
Total Volunteer Hours: 
1

Young girl was pulled from the water after falling from her kayak, being unable to empty it of water and get back aboard. Episode occurred near the Plimmerton Boating Club later in the afternoon of the mid-winter swim. Her father was anxiously watching from the shore. Fortunately MR2 was exercising close by and was able to respond very quickly. No callout was received - person was observed falling our of kayak by a crew member. The girl was deliver the few meters to shore and advised to take a hot shower - the water was very cold.

Posted by Trevor Farmer
Operation Details
Date/Time: 
Mon, 01/06/2015 - 16:55 - 18:00
Operation Type: 
SAROP Cat 1
People Assisted: 
1
Total Volunteer Hours: 
3

Coastguard Mana was tasked to support police in getting a person from the water in the Pauahatanui end of Porirua Harbour.

Mana Rescue 2 (5.8 m RHIB) with 3 crew and 2 police officers were tasked.  Support was available from Westpac rescue Helicopter and police on shore to locate the person.

Posted by Mark Presling

Everyone is invited to attend the official launch ceremony for Coastguard Mana's rescue vessel Mana Rescue 1 on Saturday 24 January 2015 at 1pm. This will be held at the Mana Cruising Club (map).


Come and join the Mayor of Porirua Nick Leggett, MP Kris Faafoi, Ngati Toa Runanga, members of the Wellington Maritime Police and other maritime officials as we bless the vessel.

Bring the family and have a look over this exciting new addition to the Search and Rescue capability of the Mana marine recreational area.

More details and updates at https://www.facebook.com/events/832952980110981/ (public page)

Posted by Trevor Farmer
Operation Details
Date/Time: 
Mon, 08/12/2014 - 12:10 - 15:55
Operation Type: 
CG Operation (good samaritan)
People Assisted: 
2
Total Volunteer Hours: 
11

Impulse II (40', 10 tonne yacht) requested assistance to enter Porirua Harbour as their engine was overheating.

A marine initial response assesment was completed along with a worksheet to determine immediacy of need plus best option for support.  

Coastguard Mana's available support vessel was the 5.8 RHIB, which was to small to affect a safe tow into the marina

Posted by Mark Presling
Operation Details
Date/Time: 
Tue, 25/11/2014 - 21:45 - Wed, 26/11/2014 - 11:55
Operation Type: 
SAROP Cat 1
People Assisted: 
3
Total Volunteer Hours: 
141

A 15ft runabout with 3 people on board broke down just offshore from Kaitawa Point (under the radio masts, south of Grandfather Rocks) just before 10pm. They were able to sit on anchor to avoid being blown onto the rocks while Coastguard Mana responded.

We towed them back to their vehicle that was at the launching ramp between the bridges at Paremata.

Posted by Mark Presling
Operation Details
Date/Time: 
Sat, 15/11/2014 - 15:00 - 16:30
Operation Type: 
SAROP Cat 1
People Assisted: 
1
Total Volunteer Hours: 
10

A 30ft yacht broke down just after departing it's swing mooring in the Porirua Harbour channel by the railway bridge at Paremata. The engine would not restart and the 30+ knot winds quickly blew the yacht onto the sand on the side of the channel. 

Posted by Trevor Farmer
Operation Details
Date/Time: 
Mon, 27/10/2014 - 22:00 - 23:40
Operation Type: 
CG Operation (good samaritan)
People Assisted: 
1
Total Volunteer Hours: 
16

A 10 metre launch developed a hull leak whilst moored up in it's berth in Mana Marina and had taken on a large amount of water over a period of time. Coasguard crew assisted in the recovery of the launch by towing it to the liftout bay. It was safely hauled out onto the hard for inspection and repair by the Mana Cruising Club travel lift.

Posted by Trevor Farmer
Operation Details
Date/Time: 
Sat, 18/10/2014 - 10:15 - 14:15
Operation Type: 
Other
People Assisted: 
0
Total Volunteer Hours: 
24

On Saturday members ofthe coastguard crew carried out a number of small support opoerations,

1: Its water safety week and the harbour ranger and police teams with help from coastguard mana were providing advice on water safety. In particular our new crew man Steve was helping with the testing of lifejackets on the breastworks at the Mana Cruising Club, something in the region of 100 plus lifejackets were tested to confirm that they were buoyant and safe to use.  Some lifejackets failed the test and owners advised to replace them.



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