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SA20 on standby at West Street Wharf
SA20 on standby at West Street Wharf
Shoalhaven 20 heading up the river to a vessel in trouble
Our vessels are expensive to operate

SHOALHAVEN 20 - 'Crookhaven II'

(Radio call sign: Shoalhaven Two Zero) 

Shoalhaven 20 is accredited by the NSW State Rescue Board as a Class 2 Rescue Vessel.

It is a 7.5 metre Ocean Cylinder all aluminium vessel which arrived on Friday 3 February 2017 and was launched at Greys Beach Nowra.  The new vessel is powered by twin 150hp Suzuki four stroke outboard engines and the electronics are provided by Raymarine include VHF radios, Radar, Forward Looking Infra Red (FLIR), electronic charts and Automatic Identification System (AIS), all monitored through three Multi Function Displays (MFD).

Shoalhaven 20 cost around $300,000 and is a sister ship to Jervis Bay 20 and Batemans Bay 20, both launched in 2016, and to Ulladulla 20 which was launched in 2017.

LENGTH: 7.5 metres

PROPULSION: Twin 150hp outboard engines

MATERIAL: Aluminium welded construction

MANUFACTURE: Yamba Welding & Engineering - Yamba, Northern NSW Coast


(Radio call sign: Shoalhaven Three Zero)

Shoalhaven 30 is accredited by the NSW State Rescue Board as a Class 3 Rescue Vessel.

Launched in May 2011, SA30 is a quantum leap in capability and performance over all of our previous vessels. With an Overall Length (LOA) of 11.46m and powered by twin 420HP Yanmar diesel engines, SA30 is capable of around 30Kts. SA30 has the latest electronics suite including Multi Function Displays (MFD), electronic charts, Automatic Identification System (AIS), Radar, VHF radios, VHF Radio Direction Finder (RDF) and Forward Looking Infra Red (FLIR) alongside other standard equipment, she is at the pointy end of Marine Rescue technology. A range of well over 350NM and capable of handling rough seas with ease with an economical cruising speed of 18-20Kts at 2200RPM.

SA30 is fitted with a variety of life saving equipment including Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), extensive First Aid kit and an oxygen resuscitation kit.

LENGTH: 11.46 metres

DRAFT: 1 metre


PROPULSION: Twin 420hp (313kW) inboard engines

MATERIAL: Fibreglass construction

FUEL CAPACITY: 1350 Litres

Shoalhaven 30
Shoalhaven 30
Whatever time of the day we are here to help you
Whatever time of the day we are here to help you
Training drill with local rescue helicopter pilots
Training drill with local rescue helicopter pilots

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