Noosa Cats are the singularly most widely used rescue and patrol craft in service in Australia today. A wide range of police and rescue groups have purchased these vessels Australia wide. The following is a brief summary.

 

Defence & Police Authorities 

Australian Army Special Air Service Regiment (SAS) & Commandos  9 x 3100.

Royal Australian Navy 1 x 2300 + 4 x 3100 + 4 x 3500.

Queensland Water Police 3 x 2700.

New South Wales Water Police  2 x 1850 + 7 x 2600 + 10 x 2700 + 7 x 3000.

Victorian Water Police 1 x 4100.

 

 

Volunteer Rescue Organisations

Caloundra Coast Guard  2 x 2600.

Lakes Entrance Coast Guard 1 x 3100.

Port Albert Coast Guard 1 x 3100.

Redcliffe Coast Guard 1 x 4100.

Southport Coast Guard 1 x 2700 +1 x 3100.

Tin Can Bay Coast Guard 1 x 3500 +1 x 4100. 

 

Surf Life Saving Cronulla 2 x 2300 + 1 x 3100.

VMR Beenleigh 1 x 2300 +1 x 2600 +1 x 2700.  

VMR Bowen 1 x 3100.

VMR Bribie Island 1 x 3100.

VMR Burdekin 1 x 3100.

VMR Currumbin 1 x 2600.

VMR Hervey Bay 1 x 2700 +1 x 3000 +1 x 3100.

VMR Karumba 1 x 3100.

VMR Mornington Island 1 x 3100.

VMR Mornington/Hastings 1 x 2300 +1 x 2600 + 1 x 3000 + 1 x 3100.

VMR North Stradbroke 1 x 1850 + 1 x 3100.

VMR Port Curtis 1 x 3100.

VMR Port Hedland 1 x 3100.

VMR Round Hill 1 x 2700.

VMR Sandgate 1 x 2700.

VMR Southport 1 x 1800 + 1 x 2600 + 1 x 2700 + 2 x 3100.

VMR St Pauls 1 x 2600.

VMR Weipa 1 x 3700.

VMR Mandurah 1 x 3500.

 

Hydrographic & Research Organisations

University of Queensland (Research) 1 x 2600.

New South Wales Research 1 x 1800.

Saudi Aramco 1 x 3500.

South Australia Ports Corporation 1 x 1800 + 1 x 3900.

 

Government Authorities 

Anindilyakwa Land Council 1 x 1800.

Maritime Safety Queensland 1 x 2700.

New South Wales Marine Parks Authority 1 x 2700.

New South Wales Fisheries 1 x 2700.

Queensland Department of Environment 1 x 3900 + 1 x 4100.

Queensland Department of Transport/ Marine Safety Queensland 4 x 2700.