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    Pattaya Sea Rescue Center

    The Pattaya Sea rescue is between the Light house and Bali Hai Pier where all the boats moor up, it has it's own area to get it's boats into the sea and has loads of boats which suprised the hell out of me, Got to admit I was expecting a big boat and a couple of rowing boats, the big main boat I see quite often when they are towing to the ship yard to be repaired, infact that is the only time I ever see it, but apart from that they have loads of smaller boats.





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    Do you know what the emergency number is if you need help ?

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    I believe you just shout and scream as your boat slowly sinks, actually I shall find out tomorrow and edit it into the first post.


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    I went back today and as I was driving past I saw they had a hovercraft, hard to get a good picture as it was surrounded by motorbikes, I don't think it is used very often and probably not suitable for Pattaya bay.






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    Monday 22nd January 2007
    Further training for sea rescue workers begins.
    Khun Ronagit, the Deputy Mayor of Pattaya opened a training course for Pattaya Sea Rescue workers which has been organized by Pattaya City Hall to consolidate the existing knowledge and skills of the rescue workers. With major events such as the Chinese New Year approaching and ongoing concerns over protecting tourists who utilize the services of local pleasure boats, the sea rescue workers will be responsible for ensuring that boats are following strict safety procedures. With new CCTV cameras already installed at the Bali Hai Port, this is sending a clear message to all boat operators that boating regulations must be adhered to otherwise severe penalties will be incurred.

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    Pattaya - Training upgrades efficiency of sea rescue unit

    Training upgrades efficiency of sea rescue unit

    Ariyawat Nuamsawat
    Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh presided over the opening of a training session for sea rescue officers on January 22 at the Sea Rescue Unit office in Pattaya City.
    The course, which ended on January 26, was designed to increase the efficiency of officers working at accident scenes and to reduce loss of life and property in the event of a disaster at sea.
    Training included the provision of support for water related accidents, first aid and transportation of injured people, searching underwater for victims, and using GPS (Global Positioning System).
    Forty-two officers attended the session, with trainers supplied by Queen Sirikit Navy Hospital, the Royal Thai Navy, and the Water Transportation Department.
    The sea and seaside rescue unit was established by Pattaya City to take care of sea safety for residents and tourists. The unit covers the Jomtien area, which is from Sigma Resort to the Royal Varuna Yacht Club; the Pattaya area, which is from the Royal Varuna Yacht Club to the Dusit Resort; the Wong Amat area, which is from Dusit Resort to the Naklua Market; and the Krathinglai area, which is from Naklua Market to the Krathinglai canal. The total length of these beaches is 15 kilometers.
    Ronakit said that all officers must be ready to work at their utmost efficiency, both to save lives and property and to ensure that Pattaya retains its image as a safe destination for beach and ocean leisure activities.

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