Swedish Sea Rescue Society

Local nameSjöräddningssällskapet
LocationGöteborgs Stad, Sweden

The Swedish Sea Rescue Society is a Swedish voluntary organisation that works with maritime search and rescue on Swedish lakes and seas. The society runs 70 lifeboat stations, with over 200 rescue vessels and over 2100 volunteers. Of these, more than 300 are on call at any given moment, and can respond to an emergency call within 15 minutes.

The society was founded in 1907 at the Hotel Rydberg in Stockholm. The organisation is completely non-profit, and receives no government funding but is instead funded entirely by donations and membership fees. SSRS carries out more than 70% of all emergency calls in Sweden and its territorial waters

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swedish_Sea_Rescue_Society

Official Website https://www.sjoraddning.se/

Phone +46 77-5790090

Address 22 Talattagatan, Göteborg 42676, Sweden

Coordinates 57°40'9.908" N 11°50'56.401" E

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