REDARC supports the SA Sea Rescue Squadron

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REDARC are proud to be supporting the South Australian Sea Rescue Squadron in their mission to keep our local coastlines safe.

Run primarily by volunteers for over 60 years, the SA Sea Rescue Squadron is stationed at West Beach and regularly patrols between Grange and Port Willunga every weekend and public holiday. In the event of an incident, patrol boats are dispatched for rescues. The SA Sea Rescue Squadron also facilitate Marine and Coast Radio and ashes at sea services.

As a major sponsor, REDARC are contributing funds towards the building of a new marine safety sign situated at the Squadron’s Operations Centre. This new marine safety sign will be a ground-breaking initiative for the Squadron and provide vital information for South Australian water users including weather warnings, weather forecasts and tide information.

REDARC Managing Director, Anthony Kittel, was excited to announce the sponsorship at the SA Sea Rescue Squadron’s monthly general meeting on the 8th of August.

Speaking on the announcement, “When we were approached earlier in the year with an opportunity to sponsor the squadron, with many boaties in the team, it was a resounding yes.

“REDARC has a proud history of supporting community initiatives, particularly those local to our HQ and factory in Lonsdale.”

Often considered the world’s largest island, with most of our population based on the coast, the Sea Rescue Squadron play a vital role in keeping Australian boaties and coastline safe. South Australia alone has over 54,000 registered marine vessels, and with so many beautiful beaches it’s critical that our coastlines stay protected as more people travel locally and spend time on the water.

Learn more about the South Australian Sea Rescue Squadron at