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What does VMR stand for?

VMR stands for Volunteer Marine Rescue (Australia)

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Recently, $24,000 was donated to Volunteer Marine Rescue Burdekin as a contribution toward the purchase of two new Yamaha motors to be fitted to their new Kevlar Cat rescue vessel.
The CYCA's Sydney Hobart Yacht Race Safety of Life at Sea Trusts (SOLAS) has made a donation to Volunteer Marine Rescue (VMR) Whitsunday of $35,705, which will be used to purchase two new outboard engines for VWR1, the 9.
In making this donation, SOLAS Trusts chairman Matt Allen said, "We are pleased that the CYCA SOLAS Trusts can provide this valuable assistance to St Helens Marine Rescue, so that they can continue to maintain the high standard of volunteer marine rescue.
Marine rescue services in New South Wales have been given a helping hand by the State Government with $3 million set aside for the formation of a volunteer marine rescue service similar to the State Emergency Services (SES).
An impressive panel of presenters for the evening had been compiled including Colin Barr from Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), Police Inspector Glenn Finniss, Crime and Search and Rescue Manager NSW Marine Area Command, Christian Hillier from KORDIA, representatives of the Volunteer Marine Rescue Groups, including the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard and the Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol, and Ian Campbell from GME.
Volunteer Marine Rescue Southport/Surfers Paradise became the latest recipient of a donation from the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Trusts when VMR president Peter Cartwright was presented with a cheque for almost $13,000 at the Audi Sydney Southport Yacht Race prizegiving SOLAS Trusts Board member and CYCA Vice Commodore Matt Allen spoke to the large audience of trophy winners and competitors gathered at Southport Yacht Club about the importance of search and rescue organisations to the sport of sailing.