Sea Safety Event organised by Police Scotland Tayside
After a number of incidents involving personal water craft (jet ski's) and inflatables,some of which had resulted in the emergency services being tasked to rescue & recover broken down craft, it was agreed that a Sea Safety event which could offer advice and guidance to owners would be beneficial. 

Tayside Police Community Sergeant David Logie & PC Gordon Hay set about organising the event and invited organisations such as RNLI Sea Safety, Coastwatch Tay Unit, HM Coastguard, Forth Ports & Dundee City Council who are responsible for the management of the Broughty Ferry harbour and slipways to come along.

The Coastwatch Tay display was visited by a number of water craft owners who asked for advice about everything from flares, lifejackets, radio communications training and information about the Coastwatch and our voluntary service.
Coastwatch Tay volunteers, Lynn, Frank & Derek poised like coiled springs await the crowds as the sun breaks through the clouds for what turned out to be a lovely sunny day at Broughty Ferry harbour.

HM Coastguard and RNLI Sea Safety jet ski safety displays.         Frank keeps watch over a large number of craft using the river

Some personal water craft users await their turn on the slipway.       HM Coastguard Carnoustie mobile and CRO Callum.

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Disclaimer Notice 9th November 2009 - Coastwatch Tay is an autonomous organisation and although affiliated with the Coastwatch Scotland network we accept no responsibility or liability for the actions, business transactions or associated services of any similarly named organisation using the name ‘Coastwatch’ or ‘Coastwatch Scotland’. Please also note that we are NOT part of the National Coastwatch Institution or Sea Safety Group which currently does not operate stations in Scotland.
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