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Rescue deployment

Beihai Rescue Bureau of the Ministry of Communications is the northern waters of the professional maritime rescue unit, headquartered in Yantai City, Shandong Province Zhifu Island Road 99, under the Yantai, Tianjin, Qinhuangdao, Dalian, Rongcheng rescue base, the main responsibility is embroidery needle estuarine waters (latitude 35 degrees 05 minutes 10 seconds east longitude 119 degrees 18 minutes 15 seconds) to Hirayama Island northernmost (latitude 35 degrees 08 minutes 30 seconds east longitude 119 degrees 54 minutes 30 seconds) connection and latitude 35 degrees 08 minutes 30 seconds latitude the waters north of the line.


 1, professional rescue ships at sea: A total of Beihai Rescue Bureau professional maritime rescue vessels 17, wherein a 14000kw rescue ships, 10000kw a rescue ships, 9000kw rescue ships 6, 6000kw a rescue ships, 1940kw a rescue ships, two fast rescue ships offshore, coastal rescue boat five.

In the Bohai Strait, Tianjin, North No. 3 (Lushun and Qinhuangdao route Central), Shidao, Dalian, Yantai, Long Island, Qingdao and other eight perennial sea vessels scheduled 8-9 maritime rescue ships 24 hours of emergency rescue and dynamic standby duty task.

2, sea rescue helicopter: The first North Sea rescue flight team has a sea rescue helicopter model S76 + 3, EC225 aircraft salvage a helicopter, deployed in Dalian Zhoushuizi airport and the airport duty Penglai, simple shoulder at daytime weather conditions, emergency relief duty, within 110 sea miles offshore.

3, emergency relief teams: Beihai Rescue Bureau has emergency response rescue teams, in addition to Qingdao to build the base, each base has to rescue other divers mainly composed of emergency response rescue unit, with Huaying boats, polymorphism light, heavy diving apparatus, mobile gas supply system diving, underwater cutting hydraulic and electrical equipment such as oxygen, to maintain full-time duty can be quickly dispatched to perform emergency rescue rescue mission.