Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue Station 12 – Halfmoon Bay
RCM-SAR Station 12 Halfmoon Bay consists of 23 volunteers from the Sunshine Coast.
We offer our time and commitment to actively promote boating safety but mostly we provide marine search and rescue services to the Sunshine Coast. We provide 24/7-365 coverage and are always ready to assist during all types of marine emergencies. Highly trained dedicated responders who freely give their time to those in need make up our team.
Station 12 participates in resolving anywhere from 15-35 marine SAR incidents that occur on the coast every year. Our team dedicated over 1200 volunteer hours last year. Either as the principal resource, or as an additional response unit we are here to help. We also assist the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) and provide Pleasure Craft Safety Checks to mariners within our community.
Help us help others.
A large portion of our funding comes from the community. Your donations are key in training our team to the highest standards and outfitting them in the best safety gear. We take pride in our track record of a fiscally responsible not for profit organization.
2024 FUNDRAISER More Details
Thursday April 25th, 2024 at the Lighthouse Pub, Sechelt from 5pm until 9pm.
Silent Auction to help raise funds for RCMSAR Station 12. “Saving Lives on the Water”.
Entry by $35 ticket to include a “beer & burger”
Area of Responsibility
RCM-SAR Station 12’s area of responsibility starts at White Islets continuing to McNaughton Point. Our coverage stops half way across the Salish Sea. This includes the Southern portions of Texada and Lasqueti Islands. We also service the Sechelt Inlet from Egmont to Porpoise Bay including Narrows and Salmon Inlets.