Sea Patrol (2007–2011)
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Twenty-four sailors from every walk of life, of every age and temperament, living literally cheek-by-jowl for week after week, away from family and friends sometimes for months at a time. ... See full summary »

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Twenty-four sailors from every walk of life, of every age and temperament, living literally cheek-by-jowl for week after week, away from family and friends sometimes for months at a time. All crammed in an elderly 40 metre metal hulled boat - in seas of all conditions with temperatures often in the 30's. It's a pressure cooker that can bring out the best, and sometimes the worst, in all of them - man and woman alike. It calls upon reserves of devotion to duty, tolerance, obedience and of course humour, way beyond that which most people possess. Written by colly_was_here

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Mathew Holmes character said he used to be a police officer, very interesting considering a previous role he played was a police officer in Blue Heelers See more »

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The patrol boat is flying the blue ensign which is wrong for a naval vessel. The R.A.N. flies the white ensign and has done since 1967. See more »

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Voyage To The Bottom (Down Under) Of The Sea
15 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

An Australian navy ship does a "sea patrol" of Australian waters.

Over the decades Australians have watched many movies/TV shows about the military, my personal favourite is years of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea re-runs, but seeing an Aussie navy show is another thing all together. The most striking image of episode one was when a large Aussie flag blows in the wind on the deck of the ship. Any true Aussie must have felt good when looking at that. Am I wrong?

My second favourite moment was when seaman "Spider" goes off-shore to the island and comes across some true blue Aussies. At that point in the episode we needed some Aussie-ness as all that came before it was a bit too formal.

A good start to Sea Patrol.


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