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HF/SSB radio services


Emergency Contact List -

Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centres

 

BRUNEI BAY RADIO has assembled a list of distress/emergency contact details for use by small-craft in the Pacific Ocean, SE Asia and Indian Ocean. This list contains the email address and phone number of each service, and the monitoring techniques they use to receive emergency calls via the official marine communications services - marine HF/SSB radio and marine VHF radio.

The official marine distress/emergency HF/SSB radio frequencies for voice calls (where monitored) and incident management are:

2182   4125   6215   8291  12290  16420 

Note: 2182 is a difficult frequency to use in equatorial latitudes due to the high background noise level.  Most equatorial services use a 4Meg as their lowest serviceable frequency. 2182 is still used in higher latitudes by local area services, and in countries with GMDSS Sea Area A1 (ie VHF and MF radio services), such as the UK.

Most governments chose to stop their 24/7 voice watch for Mayday, Pan-Pan and Securete calls on the above HF/SSB marine emergency frequencies following  the introduction of the GMDSS service for commercial vessels over 300 tonnes and their progressive adoption of the system; most  by 2005.  Most MRCCs now maintain a watch for DSC distress alarms ONLY; from DSC equipped marine HF/SSB radios.  There are some noticeable exceptions, such as New Zealand (see beow).

Yachts and other small-craft without a DSC equipped HF/SSB radio will find that email or a satellite phone call may be the only practical option to initiate contact with some MRCCs,  or their related Coast Radio Station.  Following which, most MRCCs will still use the above HF/SSB marine distress voice frequencies for ongoing communications to manage the response. 

Piracy Reporting Centre - Malaysia (KL):

     Email: imbkl@icc-ccs.org  (monitored 24/7 for quick reply)
     Phone: +60 3 2031 0014  (24/7 piracy help line)

Notes:

1. The Piracy Reporting Centre has requested that for any piracy - or possible piracy - incidents, anywhere in the world, email immediately to the Piracy Reporting Centre and they will alert the relevant MRCC in the country responsible for your present sea area.

2. Be aware that a common practice by small fishing boats in SE Asian waters is to approach at speed and turn away suddenly when quite close. The idea is that any bad spirits adversely affecting their fishing success are thereby transferred onto your boat. Rather intimidating the first few times it happens. And easily confused for something more sinister. International cruising yachts make a great target for this practice because they normally don't understand what is being done so - unlike the locals - do not give chase to return back the bad luck, and anyway, they don't have the speed to give chase if they wanted!

General information:

1. Sea regions are divided into maritime search and rescue responsibility (SRR) areas on a large scale (eg: NAVAREAS ) and small scale, such as the South China Sea. See a map of NAVAREAS at  http://weather.gmdss.org/metareas.html  

2. Be sure your HF/SSB radio is working well. From the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) website: "Depending on the circumstances, your initial distress alert should still be made by radio if possible. You should activate your distress beacon only if contact cannot be made by any other means, or when told to do so by a rescue authority. "

3. Remember the level of seriousness of any distress situation to make the appropriate voice radio call:

    MAYDAY
= Immediate threat to life and/or probable abandon ship. Immediate assistance and evacuation required.
    PAN-PAN =  Serious injury or vessel disablement, Urgent advice or assistance required.
    SECURITE =  Information about dangers, hazards etc. For example, logs or a shipping container in the water,  navigation buoy missing, or unlit and abandoned vessel adrift.

4. A request (May 2011) from MRCC New Zealand: "If using any other form of communication outside of VHF/SSB Radiotelephone, i.e. Inmarsat, Iridium, e-mail etc, ensure that a return Inmarsat-C number, satellite telephone number, or e-mail address is included in the correspondence so that we have a means and know who to get back to."

5. Response time to BBR's emailed enquiry to update contact information has been found to vary for MRCCs. This may be an indication of the expected response to distress messages or emails to the MRCC requesting them to open up their DSC mutes to talk via their HF/SSB radios to small-craft which do not have DSC. The grading scale is:

  • Immediate

  • Within 12 hours

  • Within 24 hours

  • Within 48 hours

  • Beyond 48 hours

  • Never

6. A DSC watch on HF/SSB uses the following principles to initiate communications and manage an incident, as described by MRCC Cape Town in their brochure:  "This technique uses digital codes to enable a radio station to establish contact and transfer information with another station. Cape Town Radio guards 4207.5, 6312, 8414.5, 12577 & 16420 kHz.

Subsequent radio telephone distress and safety traffic succeeding the original DSC alert is conducted on simplex on 4125, 6215, 8291, 12290 & 16420 kHz."

7. The communication service in different sea areas will vary depending on the equipment and resources at the particular MRCC. Australia's coastline and Maritime search and rescue area includes major sections of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, and borders on SE Asia search areas.  Therefore MRCC Australia is included in the lists of all three regions' MRCCs.

The HF/SSB radio equipment used by MRCC Australia is very substantial, with the ability to broadcast well beyond Australia's assigned search and rescue responsibility areas.  "Whilst there may be other Governments establishing HF facilities in the Indian and Pacific Ocean areas, Australia aims to cover the Australian Search and Rescue Region (SRR) to a high level of probability with its own stations." (AMSA website)

The effective range of these two stations can be assessed by listening to the Australian Bureau of Metereology broadcast of METAREA X weather forecasts and warnings, transmitted from the same sites. (see the Aust BOM website at: http://www.bom.gov.au/marine/high-seas.shtml) .

Emails to MRCCs with large responsibility areas - eg: Australia, New Zealand or South Africa  normally get a quick response and may be the fastest means to make contact with smaller - local area MRCCs - for yachts which do not have a DSC equipped radio to alert those local area MRCCs.  Australia, New Zealand or South Africa can contact local MRCCs to alert them to an incident in their responsibility area, and request them to open their DSC mutes so they can communicate. 
 

Pacific Ocean:

Australia - Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centre (Canberra):
                - Email enquiry response time - Immediate
                - Updated: January 2013

      Email: rccaus@amsa.gov.au
      Phone: +61 2 6230 6811
      Fax:    +61 2 6230 6868
      MMSI: 005030001
      Callsign:  RCC Australia  (VC - Victor Charlie)
      HF/SSB:  DSC watch on all DSC Distress Alarm frequencies
                      to initiate contact.
                      Use 4-16 Meg Distress frequencies to manage an
                      incident.
                      No voice watch on 2-16 Meg distress frequencies
     
Note: Voice listening watch for emergency calls on 4125, 6215
                & 8291 is the responsibility of the States. This service
                now (Jan 2013) provided for NSW, VIC and SA by the
                MRCC Australia radio contractor (Kordia) via three sites -
               Melbourne, Charleville & Wiluna.   

                See this map for station location and details.
      VHF:   No VHF DSC service around Australia's coast
                Voice watch on ch16 in some areas by volunteer groups.
     
Website:  http://amsa.gov.au/
 

Fiji  - MRCC Suva
        - Email enquiry response time - 
           - Updated: January 2013 (info from MRCC NZ)

        Email: rccsuva@yahoo.com
        Phone: 
+679 331 5380  (phone call is quickest option)
        Fax: +679 331 4783 & +679 330 6295

        HF/SSB: 
        VHF:
        INMARSAT C:

Guam: US Coast Guard - MRCC
           - Email enquiry response time - within 24 hours
           -
Updated: February 2013

      Email: rccguam@uscg.mil
      Phone: +
671 355 4824
      Fax: +671 355 4831

      HF/SSB: 
 DSC watch only on the 2Meg DSC alert frequency
                       Voice listening watch on 2182 (24/7), 6125
                       (
0900Z to 2100Z) & 12950 (2100Z to 0900Z)
                       Has 2-16 Meg distress frequencies to manage an
                       incident
      VHF:  No DSC watch
                Voice listening watch on ch16
       INMARSAT C:  447 735 011

New Caladonia - MRCC Noumea
               - Email enquiry response time - 24 hours
               - Updated: February 2013

      Email: mrcc.nc@lagoon.nc
      Phone: 
+687 292303
     
Prefer phone/satphone or email to initial contact and manage
      an incident.

      Noumea Radio:
              HF/SSB - no HF/SSB service for voice or DSC
             
VHF - voice watch 24/7 on ch16 ONLY    

New Zealand - RCCNZ - via Taupo Maritime Radio - ZLM
                      - Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre (JRCC) - for
                           marine and aeronautical
                       - Email enquiry response time - Immediate
                       - Updated: January 2013

     Email: rccnz@maritimenz.govt.nz (Direct to RCCNZ - Rescue
                    Co-ordination Centre New Zealand)
           
     maritime@kordia.co.nz (Direct to Kordia - the contractor
                    that operates Taupo Maritime Radio for RCCNZ.          

      Phone: 
+64 4 550 5280  (Taupo Maritime Radio - Kordia) 
                 +64 4 577 8030  (RCCNZ)
      Fax:    +64 2 577 8038  (RCCNZ)

    
 Radio Callsign - HF/SSB and VHF  - ZLM-Taupo Maritime Radio
     
HF/SSB:  DSC watch on all DSC alert frequencies, 4-16 Meg
                     
Voice listening watch on all 2-16Meg distress
                      frequencies - 24/7.

                     
Use 2-16 Meg distress frequencies to manage an
                      incident
      VHF: No VHF DSC service in New Zealand.
              Voice listening watch on ch16 via network of coastal relay
              stations.
      
INMARSAT C:  451 200 067
      Webite:  www.maritimenz.govt.nz
 
       

Panama
  - MRCC Panama
        - Email enquiry response time - never
           - Updated: January 2013 (info from MRCC NZ & others)

        Email: comandoarmada@smn.gob.pa
        Phone: 
+507 211 6004  (phone call is quickest option)
        Fax: +507 211 1943

        HF/SSB:  ???
        VHF:  ???
        INMARSAT C: ???

Papua New Guinea - MRCC - via Port Moresby Radio - 2PM
                              - Email enquiry response time - Immediate
                             
- Updated: 
January 2013

      Email: mrccpng@nmsa.gov.pg
      Phone: 
+675 305 4631/ 305 4660 / 305 4645
      Mobile phone:
+675 735 17017 / 768 59111/ 7288 4141
      Fax:
+675 321 3033 / 321 3051
      HF/SSB:  No DSC alert service (upgrading soon) 
                     Voice listening watch on 2, 4 & 6 Meg emergency
                     frequencies - 24/7.

                    
Use 2-16 Meg emerg frequencies to manage an
                     incident.
                     Also uses email to maintain contact.
  
Notes: 1. DSC listening watch for MRCC Port Moresby is presently
               provided by MRCC Australia. MRCC Australia will notify
               PNGMRCC for response on the appropriate emergency
               voice frequency.  
               2. MRCC Port Moresby expects to begin their own
               HF/SSB DSC service in February 2013.

      VHF: 1. DSC listening watch in Port Moresby area only
               2. Voice listening watch on ch16 via a network of 18 relay
               towers around the PNG coast.
               3. PNGMRCC plans to establish a centralised, 24/7, VHF
               DSC watch via those 18 relay towers, from February 2013

    Note:
Use the above phone numbers to initiate contact with
                 MRCC PNG 24/7.

Solomons - MRCC Honiara
               - Email enquiry response time - 24 hours
               - Updated: June 2011

      Email: mrcc@solomon.com.sb
      Phone: 
+677 21609
      HF/SSB: 
DSC watch on all DSC alert frequencies to initiate
                      contact
 
                     Voice listening watch on 6125 distress/emerg freq
                     ONLY

                    
Use 2-16 Meg emerg frequencies to manage an
                     incident
      VHF: DSC listening watch
               Voice listening watch on ch16

Tahiti - MRCC Papeete
           - Email enquiry response time - within 24 hours
         
 - Note: MRCC NZ recommends phone them to initiate contact
           - Updated: January 2013

      Email: mrccpapeete@mail.pf
      Phone: 
+689 541 616
      Fax:  +689 423 915

      HF/SSB:  DSC watch on 2 Meg alarm freq ONLY - 24/7
                      Voice listening watch on 8291 ONLY - 24/7
                      Has 2-16 Meg distress frequencies to manage an
                      incident
      VHF:
No VHF DSC watch
               Voice listening watch on ch16 in Society Islands - 24/7
    
 Note: Their principle service is the 24/7 watch on VHF ch16
                 throughout the Society Islands. This is their preferred
                 communications option for managing an incident. 

      INMARSAT C:  422 799 192
    

 

South East Asia:
 
Click for Map of: Search & Rescue Regions - SE Asia

Australia - Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centre (Canberra):
                - Email enquiry response time - Immediate
                - Updated: January 2013

      Email: rccaus@amsa.gov.au
      Phone: +61 2 6230 6811
      Fax:    +61 2 6230 6868
      MMSI: 005030001
      Callsign:  RCC Australia  (VC - Victor Charlie)
      HF/SSB:  DSC watch on all DSC Distress Alarm frequencies
                      to initiate contact.
                      Use 4-16 Meg Distress frequencies to manage an
                      incident.
                      No voice watch on 2-16 Meg distress frequencies
     
Note: Voice listening watch for emergency calls on 4125, 6215
                & 8291 is the responsibility of the States. This service
                now (Jan 2013) provided for NSW, VIC and SA by the
                MRCC Australia radio contractor (Kordia) via three sites -
               Melbourne, Charleville & Wiluna. 

                See this map for station location and details.
      VHF:   No VHF DSC service around Australia's coast
                Voice watch on ch16 in some areas by volunteer groups.
     
Website:  http://amsa.gov.au/

     
Brunei
- Rescue Co-ordination Centre (via Muara Signal Station):
           - Email enquiry response time - immediate
          
- Updated: April 2014

      Email: signalstationmuara@marine.gov.bn
      Phone: +673 2 332600 
      HF/SSB: 
DSC watch on all DSC Distress Alarm frequencies
                      to initiate contact.
                      Use 4-16 Meg Distress frequencies to manage an
                      incident.
                      Voice watch only on 2182 (but noisy)
      VHF:  DSC listening watch
                Voice listening watch on ch16

Hong Kong - Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre
                  - Email enquiry response time - Immediate
                
 - NOTE: Despite repeated emails from Jan 2013 to Aug
                    2013 - including highlighting that their refusal could
                    compromise the safety of recreational small-craft
                    crews -  MRCC Hong Kong refuses to provide any
                    updated information about how to contact them from
                    sea. They say all recreational small-craft crews should
                    buy the annually updated Admiralty Lights and Signals
                    book to get their contact information.  

                 -
Updated: 2011 response confirmed existing 2009 info

      Email: hkmrcc@mardep.gov.hk
      Phone: +852 2233 7999  
      HF/SSB: 
 DSC watch on all DSC alert frequencies to initiate
                       contact
                       No voice watch on marine distress frequencies

                       Has 2-16 Meg voice distress frequencies to manage
                       an incident
      VHF:  DSC listening watch
                No voice listening watch on ch16
       INMARSAT C:  447 735 011
     

Indonesia - Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (Jakarta)
                - email enquiry response time - weeks
              
 - contact details on this Sept 2013 document from MRCC
                   Indonesia - for MRCC HQ and 3 x regional RCCs
               
- Updated:  Sept 2013

        Email: See details for MRCC Indonesia HQ, and their three
                regional RCCs on this Sept 2013 document from MRCC
                Indonesia.
      Phone: See this Sept 2013 document from MRCC Indonesia
               
 For the sub-regional security/safety bases also see:  
        http://bakorkamla.go.id/en/index.php/profile/alamat-mrccrcc
      HF/SSB: 
DSC watch on all DSC alert frequencies to initiate
                      contact
                      Voice watch on 2-16 Meg emerg frequencies
                      Also uses
                      Has 2-16 Meg emerg frequencies to manage an
                      incident
 
      VHF:  DSC listening watch
                No voice listening watch on ch16

                 

Malaysia - Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (Putra Jaya)
              - Email enquiry response time - 12 hours
            
 - Updated: 
Aug 2013

        Email: mrccputrajaya@mmea.gov.my
      Phone: +60 3 89413140
      HF/SSB: 
DSC watch on all DSC alert frequencies to initiate
                      contact
                      No voice watch on 2-16 Meg emerg frequencies
                      Use 2-16 Meg emerg frequencies to manage an
                      incident

Philippines - Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (Coast Guard Manila)
                 - Email enquiry response time - Never
                
 - Updated:
Aug 2013

        Email: no response to repeated emails to:
                cgactioncenter@yahoo.com
and pcg_cg2@yahoo.com
      Phone: +63 2 5273880 
      HF/SSB: 
DSC watch on all DSC alert frequencies to initiate
                      contact
                      No voice watch on 2-16 Meg emerg frequencies
                      Use 2-16 Meg emerg frequencies to manage an
                      incident


      Note:  Email address checked by multiple phone calls to this
                MRCC and advice from MRCC Australia.
                Emails not returned with error message, but never any
                reply.

Singapore - Singapore Port Operations Control
                 - Email enquiry response time - within 12 hours
                
- Updated: Aug 2013

      Email: pocc@mpa.gov.sg 
      Phone: +65 62265539 or +65 63252493
      HF/SSB:  No HF/SSB service
      VHF: DSC listening watch
               Voice listening watch on ch16
      Website: click here  

      Note: Singapore is responsible for a large S&R region in the
               South China Sea, but has no HF equipment for comms in
               that region.

Thailand - MRCC via Bangkok Radio
               - Email enquiry response time -
             
 - Updated:  Nov 2009

      Email: bkkrcc@yahoo.com
      Phone: +66 2 2860506 & +66 2 2860594
      HF/SSB: 
DSC watch on all DSC alert frequencies to initiate
                      contact

                     Voice listening watch on 2182, 4125, 6215 & 8291
                      ONLY

                     Use 8291, 8294 & ch814 to manage incidents

Indian Ocean:

Click for Map of: Search & Rescue Regions - north Indian Ocean

Click for map of: Search & Rescue Regions - Australia  

Australia - Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centre (Canberra):
                - Email enquiry response time - Immediate
                - Updated: January 2013

      Email: rccaus@amsa.gov.au
      Phone: +61 2 6230 6811
      Fax:    +61 2 6230 6868
      MMSI number: 005030001
      Callsign:  RCC Australia  (VC - Victor Charlie)
      HF/SSB:  DSC watch on all DSC Distress Alarm frequencies
                      to initiate contact.
                      Use 4-16 Meg Distress frequencies to manage an
                      incident.
                      No voice watch on 2-16 Meg distress frequencies
     
Note: Voice listening watch for emergency calls on 4125, 6215
                & 8291 is the responsibility of the States. This service
                now (Jan 2013) provided for NSW, VIC and SA by the
                MRCC Australia radio contractor (Kordia) via three sites -
               Melbourne, Charleville & Wiluna.   

                See this map for station location and details.
      VHF:   No VHF DSC service around Australia's coast
                Voice watch on ch16 in some areas by volunteer groups.
     
Website:  http://amsa.gov.au/

     
India
-
Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centres:         

   Western region - MRCC Mumbai
           - Email enquiry response time - 24 hours
       
   - Updated:  January 2013

                        Email  - indsar@vsnl.net
                                  -
icgmrccmumbai@mtnl.net.in
                                  -
mrcc-west@indiancoastguard.nic.in
                     Phone - +91 22 24316558 &  +91 22 24388065
                Fax    -  +91 22 24316558 & +91 22 24388065
        HF/SSB:  DSC watch on all DSC Distress Alarm frequencies
                      to initiate contact, 24/7.
                      Use 2-16 Meg Distress frequencies to manage an
                      incident.
                     
No voice watch on 2-16 Meg distress frequencies
        VHF:      DSC watch only; 24/7
                     No Voice watch on ch16
- DSC only

  Eastern region - MRCC Chennai
           - Email enquiry response time - never
         
 - Information provided by Mumbai
       
   - Updated:  January 2013

                       Email -
mrcc-east@indiancoastguard.nic.in
                                - isareast@dataone.in
                    Phone - +91 44 25395017 &  +91 44 25360342 &
                                   +91 44 25363210
                       Fax - +91 44 25395018 & +91 44 23460405

   Andaman region - MRCC Port Blair
           - Email enquiry response time - never
          
 - Information provided by Mumbai
       
   - Updated:  January 2013

                       Email -
mrcc-ptb@indiancoastguard.nic.in  &
                                - com_cs@dataone.in

                    Phone - +91 3192 246081
                       Fax - +91 3192 242948

        
      Website: www.indiancoastguard.nic.in

Mauritius - MRCC - via Mauritius Radio - 3BM
                - Email enquiry response time - within a few hours
                -
Updated: October 2015

      Email: opsncghq@orange.mu or ncgo9ps.mpf@govmu.org
      Phone: +230 208 8317  &  +230 208 3935
      Fax: +230 212 2770
      HF/SSB: 
DSC watch on all DSC Distress alarm frequencies -
                       2 to 16 Meg - to initiate contact
                      Use 2-16 Meg distress frequencies to manage an
                      incident
     
VHF:  DSC listening watch 24/7
                Voice listening watch on ch16 24/7
      MMSI number:
006459022
      INMARSAT number: 
464 500096  &  464 500097
    
Note: HF/SSB and/or satphone to maintain contact with a
                  vessel in distress during an incident.
 
Reunion - MRCC - via Mauritius Radio - 3BM
                - Email enquiry response time - within a few hours
                -
Updated: October 2015

      Email: reunion @mrccfr.eu or
      Phone: +262 262 434343 
      Fax: +262 262 711595 
      HF/SSB: 
DSC watch on 2Meg DSC Distress alarm frequency
                       only - to initiate contact
                     Voice watch on 2182 only to initiate contact
                     Use 2-16 Meg voice distress frequencies to manage
                      an incident
                      24/7 voice listening watch on 2182 & 8291
     
VHF: 24/7 voice listening watch on ch16
      MMSI number:
006601000
      INMARSAT number: 
422799193
     
Note: HF/SSB and/or satphone to maintain contact with a
                  vessel in distress during an incident.

            
Seychelles - MRCC via Seychelles Radio - S7Q
                  - Email enquiry response time - within 24 hours
                
 - Updated: June 2011

    Email: mrcc.seycoast@email.sc   OR   shipshore@cws.cwpls.com
      Phone: +248 4610293  OR  +248 4224616
      HF/SSB:  No DSC alert service
                      Voice listening watch on 2182 & 7696 ONLY
                      Prefer email communication for incident management
     
 VHF:  NO DSC listening watch
                Voice listening watch on ch16
      INMARSAT C:
466499997

 

South Africa - MRCC Cape Town
                  - Email enquiry response time - Immediate
                 -
Updated: January 2013

      Email - MRCC SA: mrcc.ct@samsa.org.za
      Phone - MRCC SA: 
+ 27 21 9383300 

      Email - Cape Town Radio:
maritimeradio@ixmail.co.za
      Phone - Cape Town Radio:
+27 21 5510700
      Fax - Cape Town Radio:
+27 21 5513760
 
      HF/SSB: 
 DSC watch on all DSC alert frequencies to initiate
                       contact
                      
Voice listening watch on 2182 via coastal network of
                       11 sites

                       Voice listening watch on 4, 12 & 16 Meg distress
                       freq (not 6 or 8 Meg)

                       Uses 2-16 Meg distress frequencies to manage an
                       incident
      VHF:  NO DSC listening watch
                Voice listening watch on ch16 via a coastal network of 27
                sites
      

PLEASE NOTE:  This information is as accurate as possible at the time of each survey. A prudent mariner will check these details by email or phone call to the MRCCs with communication services in their sailing area, prior to setting out; to reconfirm the contact details. Phone numbers, email addresses, MRCC locations and Coast Radio operations do change.

If you notice any changes - or have additional information - please email radio@bruneibay.net so this information can be updated for others.   

For practical advice about maximising the benefits - for distress and general cruising, racing and rally communications - available with a DSC equipped marine HF/SSB radio see http://www.made-simplefor-cruisers.com/ .

Updated: 20 April 2014

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