Sea Patrol (season 1)

Sea Patrol (season 1)
Sea Patrol
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Season 1 DVD cover
Country of origin  Australia
No. of episodes 13
Broadcast
Original channel Nine Network
Original run 5 July 2007 (2007-07-05)
4 October 2007 (2007-10-04)
Home video release
DVD release date 17 October 2007
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Sea Patrol II: The Coup

The first season of the Australian drama Sea Patrol premiered on the Nine Network on 5 July 2007. The 13-episode season concluded 4 October 2007.

Contents

Casting

Main cast

Actor Character Rank Position
Ian Stenlake Mike "CO" Flynn RAN Lieutenant-Commander Commanding Officer
Lisa McCune Kate "XO" McGregor RAN Lieutenant Executive Officer
Saskia Burmeister Nikki "Nav" Caetano Lieutenant Navigator
John Batchelor Andy "Charge" Thorpe Chief Petty Officer Chief Engineer
Matthew Holmes Chris "Swain" Blake Petty Officer Coxswain/Chief Medic
Jeremy Lindsay Taylor Pete "Buffer" Tomaszewski Petty Officer Boatswain
Kristian Schmid Robert "RO" Dixon Leading Seaman Radio Operator
David Lyons Josh "ET" Holiday Leading Seaman Electronics Technician
Josh Lawson Toby "Chefo" Jones Able Seaman Chef/Assistant Medic
Jay Ryan Billy "Spider" Webb Seaman Boatswain's Mate

Recurring/semi-regular cast

Actor Character
Sibylla Budd Dr. Ursula Morrell
Steve Bisley Commander Steven 'Steve' Marshall
Morgan O'Neill Lieutenant Darryl Smith
Christopher Stollery Federal Agent Gregory 'Greg' Murphy
Martin Lynes Richard 'Rick' Gallagher
Tye Harper Seaman John 'Jaff' Jaffah
Pearl Tan Federal Agent Alicia Turnball

Plot

The first season story arc involves the Australian Federal Police's investigation into the death of marine biologist Dr. Lisa Holmes, Kate's relationship with freighter Captain Rick Gallagher, Mike's relationship with Lisa's partner, Dr. Ursula Morrell, and the deaths of two fishermen, Carl Davies and Sam Murray. These threads increasingly intertwine throughout the season, culminating in the final two episodes, in which it is revealed that Gallagher hired Ursula and Lisa to manufacture a deadly toxin from a unusual toxic, venomous crab that he planned to sell on the black market. The plot is thwarted, the boat carrying the poison is sunk, Gallagher is killed and Ursula's death is staged as she enters a witness protection program.

During the season, Nav and ET develop a relationship despite adversities: Chefo becomes engaged to his girlfriend; Swain's wife, Sally, gives birth; Charge reluctantly gets help for, and recovers from, an eye injury; Spider loses friend and shipmate Jaffah to a jellyfish sting; Robert comes to terms with his father's death and Lt. Daryl Smith has a mostly off-screen and implied relationship with AFP Agent Alicia Turnball.

Production

Filming for this season started on 9 October 2006 and concluded on 20 February 2007.[1] The Pacific Film and Television Corporation offered the producers $750,000 as an incentive to film the series in Queensland.[2]

Much of the filming was carried out off tropical Queensland on a R.A.N. patrol boat. This boat was built to accommodate 24 people, but up to 60 members of cast and crew were aboard the small boat, and a vast catamaran was used by the wardrobe department.[3]

HMAS Ipswich was used to film Sea Patrol.[4]

Filming Schedule:[1]

Critical response

In 2007, Sea Patrol was one of the most eagerly-awaited television series in Australia. The series marked Lisa McCune's return to television and the Nine Network's attempt to reclaim its former ratings.

Almost 2 million viewers watched the first episode; first place in the ratings. It was the second most popular series premiere in Australian history. Sea Patrol's premiere drew a larger audience than the NRL State of Origin match broadcast the same week, a rarity for an untested local drama.[3] Critics described the script as "...dated, unsophisticated and a little clichéd". In the Sun Herald, the television critic stated that "...the series is let down by a somewhat sinking script that fails to quickly engage".[5][6] Hal McElroy was disappointed; he believed the Australian drama industry failed due to a lack of good writing and a "...fail[ure] to create stories that connected with mass audience".[3] Another common complaint from critics was the "safety" of the story-lines. The series was developed as a 7:30 pm drama; story-lines had to be appropriate for that time-slot.[7] These complaints lasted throughout the season. In The Daily Telegraph, for example, Sea Patrol was described as "Decent but safe drama".[6] This was not what the Nine Network had hoped from their $15 million drama.[8]

The show was given a promising review from the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), published in their magazine Navy News, which stated that Navy personnel were glad the show did not "...embarrass the service or give false perceptions" and were also happy with the portrayal of life in the RAN.[9] Regardless of the critical comments of Sea Patrol, Nine commissioned a second season before the first was broadcast.[5]

With a theme worthy of James Bond and glorious footage of our coastal waters and shores, Sea Patrol sweeps over you like a well-made feature film. It looks terrific and, despite a certain predictability in the set-up and character types and some unlikely touchy-feely stuff nestled amid the blokey banter...there's enough going on to ensure viewer appeal...[A] cracking beginning to a promising new show.

—Ian Cuthbertson, Weekend Australian, 30 June 2007[6]

While the critical response improved, ratings continued to drop throughout the season.

Ratings

The first episode of Sea Patrol was the second-highest rating series premiere, surpassing the debut of McLeod's Daughters at 1.89 million, but not the debut of Always Greener at 2.06 million, both of which have were cancelled by their respective networks.[10]

A visual representation of Sea Patrol's Australian television ratings
Episode number
Production number
Title Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth TOTAL WEEKLY
RANK
NIGHTLY
RANK
01
1-01
Welcome Aboard 575,000 611,000 345,000 231,000 219,000 1,980,000 1[11] 1[12]
02
1-02
What Lies Beneath 482,000 492,000 311,000 194,000 183,000 1,662,000 7[13] 1[14]
03
1-03
Ghost of Things Past 604,000 498,000 302,000 191,000 204,000 1,799,000 3[15] 1[16]
04
1-04
Irukandji 438,000 503,000 290,000 197,000 188,000 1,617,000 7[17] 1[18]
05
1-05
Under the Radar 480,000 512,000 258,000 177,000 173,000 1,601,000 7[19] 1[20]
06
1-06
Precious Cargo 464,000 471,000 281,000 189,000 176,000 1,581,000 7[21] 1[22]
07
1-07
Rescue Me 448,000 517,000 268,000 184,000 169,000 1,586,000 7[23] 1[24]
08
1-08
Through the Storm 452,000 407,000 273,000 183,000 150,000 1,466,000 10[25] 1[26]
09
1-09
Under the Hammer 422,000 404,000 235,000 144,000 133,000 1,337,000 18[27] 2[28]
10
1-10
Damage Control 369,000 447,000 237,000 144,000 143,000 1,341,000 18[29] 3[30]
11
1-11
Chinese Whispers 341,000 414,000 244,000 138,000 129,000 1,265,000 27[31] 4[32]
12
1-12
Deep Water 324,000 399,000 224,000 114,000 111,000 1,172,000[1] N/A[33][34] N/A
13
1-13
Cometh the Hour 374,000 399,000 211,000 114,000 111,000 1,209,000[2] N/A[34] N/A
  • ^ Please note that Deep Water and Cometh The Hour were aired as a single two hour special in some states and thus, a weekly or nightly rank is not available.

Awards

Sea Patrol was nominated for three awards at the 2008 Logie Awards. The nominees included Lisa McCune, who was nominated for Most Popular Actress and the Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television. David Lyons was nominated for Most Popular New Male Talent.

Episodes

Series
episode
Season
episode
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
1 1 "Welcome Aboard" Chris Martin-Jones Tony Morphett 5 July 2007 (2007-07-05)

The crew of HMAS Hammersley. Hammersley intercepts a Foreign Fishing Vessel (FFV) and, after forcing the FFV to stop, boards it and discovers some Asian fishermen. ET and Jaffah remain on the FFV while it is towed back to base by Hammersley.

Hammersley answers a distress call from a marine biologist on Bright Island, and they release the FFV. The distress call becomes a medical emergency and the crew discover that a young woman scientist has been poisoned and Swain, the boat's medical officer, is forced to perform a tracheotomy on her. Shortly after, the woman is taken to Hammersley. Despite the attempts at resuscitation by Swain and Hammersley's 2IC and executive officer, Lieutenant Kate "XO" McGregor, the woman dies.

The crew of the FFV accidentally set their vessel alight and its crew, with Jaffah and ET, are forced to abandon ship. They begin to fear Hammersley will not find them.

When Hammersley arrives back at base, the CO discovers that the Australian Federal Police (AFP) are very interested in the death of the marine biologist, Lisa Holmes. When Holmes' colleague, Doctor Ursula Morelle, arrives to identify the body, it appears that she is not disclosing something. Despite this, the captain becomes romantically interested in the doctor. The CO becomes very interested in Bright Island.

Guest actors: Steve Nation, Damien Garvey, Melanie Munt, Gary Lo, Haven Tso, Ben Clemments. 
2 2 "What Lies Beneath" Chris Martin-Jones Tony Morphett 12 July 2007 (2007-07-12)

While transporting AFP officers Greg Murphy and Alicia Turnbull to Bright Island, Hammersley encounters a sophisticated buoy. Thinking that the buoy is being used for drug trafficking, the crew leave it and plan a stakeout. The crew spots a boat approaching the buoy, but it quickly turns away; they think their cover has been compromised, and the crew plans to seize the buoy. When Swain and ET are sent to collect the buoy, they discover it is a bomb which explodes, almost killing the crew. Realizing that the explosion was remotely detonated, they pursue the suspects. There are two young men on the boat, who are middlemen. When one man discloses the location of a second buoy, Hammersley heads for it, hoping to save the men that are currently heading for it. The XO tricks the two men into identifying the drug bosses, and the crew hands the case over to the federal police. The Nav finds that she has growing affection for ET. Kate becomes jealous of the CO's relationship with the marine biologist, Ursula Morelle, suspecting there is something unknown occurring.

Guest actors: Matthew Le Nevez, Rick Donald, Mark Franks. 
3 3 "Ghost of Things Past" Chris Martin-Jones Michaeley O'Brien 19 July 2007 (2007-07-19)

Hammersley battles through a fierce storm, which causes a power outage and a near breech of the boat. Following the storm, there is much talk of ghost ships, mostly due to Chefo. When Spider thinks he has spotted a ghost ship, Hammersley discovers that it is, in fact, an abandoned catamaran. The crew board it and leave ET and Spider to accompany it to base, thinking that the owner had been washed overboard in the storm. Upon consultation of the man's wife, the crew conclude the man had committed suicide and discontinue their search. The CO doubts this, however, and keeps searching. When Hammersley finally finds the man, he is freezing and floating in the water, but still alive. When the Hammersley receives a photograph of the missing man, Rory Kinsella, the photograph is of a different man than the one they found and brought aboard. It is revealed that the man aboard the Hammersley is Kinsella's best mate, Steve Jackson, and that Steve murdered Kinsella when he heard that Kinsella was going to leave his wife.

Guest actors: Paul Gleeson, Liz Buchaanan, Ben Wood. 
4 4 "Irukandji" Chris Martin-Jones Jeff Truman 26 July 2007 (2007-07-26)

The crew of Hammersley receive a mayday call from a boat that claims it is being attacked by pirates. Upon investigation, the crew that issued the mayday call were intoxicated and shot a flare at the pirates, causing them to retreat. Hammersley pursues the suspected pirate boat and, when they board it, find it to be barely seaworthy; the 'pirates' are illegal immigrants attempting to reach Australia. The men on the other boat had injured one of the immigrants and, while attempting to move the immigrants to Hammersley, they are uncooperative and throw a bucket of waste water onto the crew. Upon return to Hammersley with the immigrants, the crew discovers the waste water was contaminated with irukandji jellyfish, a deadly jellyfish which is the size of a pinhead. Chefo and Jaffah are stung by the jellyfish and become gravely ill. Jaffah dies.

Mike is forced to choose between saving Chefo and Jaffah's lives or the life of a young immigrant girl who may have fallen overboard. Charge suffers a minor jellyfish sting to his eye, causing him significant discomfort and problems performing his duties. Buffer befriends an English-speaking immigrant, and questions his job–and Australian law–when he is forced to hand over the immigrants to the immigration department, where they are placed in detention.

The crew of Hammersley are forced to say farewell to Jaffah, and feel grief.

Guest actors: Todd Levi, Andre Seager, Sepideh Madah, Joseph Jahani, Jasmine Jahani, Shahnaz Kikravezh. 
5 5 "Under the Radar" Chris Martin-Jones Marcia Gardner 2 August 2007 (2007-08-02)

The crew of Hammersley intercept an FFV collecting shark fins. They seize the vessel, and the FFV crew board Hammersley. In an effort to find "the mothership", the Hammersley crew interrogate the FFV crew about their bosses, learning that the ship is called the Coral Emperor. Before attempting to find the Coral Emperor, Hammersley receives a call requesting a pickup on Bright Island from Dr. Ursula Morrell, who has returned to continue her work there.

The CO finds that Charge's eye injury is affecting his work, and orders him to see the doctor onshore. Charge fears that his injury may cause his career aboard patrol boats to end, and that he may be forced to accept an office job.

The XO is very cold towards Morrell, suspecting that Morrell and the CO may have developed affections for each other.

Charge receives treatment for his eye, recovers, and quickly returns to the ship. He is happy that his future as chief engineer on Hammersley is assured.

When attempting to intercept the Coral Emperor, the crew encounters a group of eco-militants who illegally disable the Coral Emperor. When the eco-militants are fired upon by the Coral Emperor's crew, the crew of Hammersley abandon their interception of the Coral Emperor and rescues the militants; who seem to be very ungrateful for the crew's help. Once the eco-militants are safe, Hammersley resumes its interception and discovers the eco-militants have been successful; the Coral Emperor is sinking. Its crew is brought to Hammersley. The XO, Buffer, E.T. and Spider risk their lives and go undercover aboard the Coral Emperor in an attempt to catch the remaining eco-militants when they come back for their crew.

Onshore, Mike finds that Morrell has moved house and has left no details. Due to this sudden and unexpected move, Mike becomes suspicious of Morrell.

Guest actors: Leighton Cardo, Monroe Remiers, Fernarndo Henriques, Valentino Del Toro, Kate Alstergren, Shane Lee, Antonio Soares, Michael Cook, Ben Clements. 
6 6 "Precious Cargo" Chris Martin-Jones John Ridley 9 August 2007 (2007-08-09)

Hammersley nearly collides with a lost shipping container, washed overboard from a ship during a night-time storm. Upon investigation, the RO and E.T. discover that the shipping container contains a number of North Korean refugees.

Two friends aboard a luxury boat also discover the container. When met by the Hammersley, the crew realises that these are the men who gave Spider the crabs on Bright Island. Later, the men's boat is found ransacked and one man is found dead, while the other man, Carl Davies, is missing.

The RO receives news that his father has died and does not appear concerned, which confuses the CO and XO. The RO collapses. One of the refugees, Dr. Soong, finds the RO and stitches up a deep wound on his arm, obtained while saving the refugees.

After the refugees are brought onshore, the crew find that there is another container of refugees on a ship. They race to find this ship before it escapes. The crew narrow the list down to two ships: the Pacific Mariner and the Prince Alexander. After checking the Pacific Mariner, the crew find the other container of refugees on the Prince Alexander.

Mike becomes increasingly worried about Ursula's disappearance and is disturbed when he asks the federal police, who deny that anything is going on.

Kate is wooed by a charming civilian sailor of the Pacific Mariner. He is not what he seems.

Guest actors: Steve Nation, Damien Garvey, John Claire Lee, Matthew Whittett, Jack Heywood, Laura Pike, Jeamin Lee, Jordan Ling. 
7 7 "Rescue Me" Geoff Bennett John Ridley 16 August 2007 (2007-08-16)

Hammersley receives an emergency signal from an EPIRB and, upon investigation, finds a young female sailor who claims she has been attacked by pirates. They find that she is Claire Watts, who is trying to navigate around Australia, raising money for charity. Later, Hammersley finds her yacht, the Claire de Lune, and she returns. The XO becomes suspicious when the Claire de Lune is not damaged. A short time later, the crew rescue her again and find the Claire de Lune ransacked. Again, she asks to be returned to it.

Hammersley finds the pirates and attempts an interception, but it is forced to return to shore when crew members fall ill with food poisoning, caused by the crabs. They recover in the hospital and the CO discovers that HMAS Kingston has intercepted the pirates.

During an attempt to intercept an FFV, another mayday call is received from Claire Watts, supposedly being attacked by the captured pirates. The Hammersley sails through potentially dangerous un-surveyed waters to rescue Ms. Watts. The crew discovers her secret: her father, who is not dead, was dishonorably discharged from the Navy. When they confront her about it, Watts holds E.T. hostage with her handgun. The CO calms her down, rescues E.T. and Watts is returned to shore.

Guest actors: Nadia Townsend, Matthew Whittett, Glen Bauer, Gavin Schofield. 
8 8 "Through the Storm" Geoff Bennett Chris Hawkshaw 23 August 2007 (2007-08-23)

Spider saves the life of a boy after discovering an unexploded sea mine, washed ashore during a cyclone. Kate is humiliated when she sees a video of Chefo's bucks night. Spider fears his career may be over when he is caught impersonating an officer.

Guest actors: Damien Garvey, Monette Lee, Rel Hunt, Trent Sullivan, Deven WIlson, Zak Young. 
9 9 "Under the Hammer" Geoff Bennett Jeff Truman 30 August 2007 (2007-08-30)

Fire breaks out inHammersley's engine room. The ship's mascot is stolen by a rival Patrol Boat crew, and bad luck ensues. An eye injury threatens to destroy Charge's career. ET makes a vow of chastity to prove himself to Nikki.

Guest actors: Monroe Reimers, Kate Garvin, Daisy Betts. 
10 10 "Damage Control" Geoff Bennett Sarah Smith 6 September 2007 (2007-09-06)

The crew pursues a distraught father who has kidnapped his children. While searching a crocodile-infested swamp for the missing family, the crew discovers a badly-mauled fisherman. Who has dumped him there, and will they save his life? The mystery of Bright Island deepens, when Mike discovers the body of a dead fisherman.

Guest actors: Damien Garvey, Brian Meegan, Djashaya Kanaki, George Druery, Justin Palazzo Orr, Kate Garvin. 
11 11 "Chinese Whispers" Geoff Bennett Tony Morphett 13 September 2007 (2007-09-13)

Hammersley saves sailors from a sinking ship, and finds that they are diamond smugglers who will kill to save their cargo. Swain is kidnapped by smugglers and left trapped in their sinking ship. Will Buffer rescue him before the ship sinks? Mike is reprimanded by Navy brass over his obsession with the Bright Island mystery.

Guest actors: Daisy Betts, Monroe Reimers, Callan Mulvey, Iaian Sinclair, Justin Palazzo Orr, Murray Burt, Matthew Whittett. 
12 12 "Deep Water" Geoff Bennett Kristen Dunphy 27 September 2007 (2007-09-27)
NSW, ACT & QLD
4 October 2007
VIC, TAS, SA & WA

Hammersley races to save a boatload of tourists from being murdered as part of a bizarre terrorist publicity stunt. Meanwhile, Swain and the crew help deliver the baby of a runaway teenager, found lost at sea with her criminal boyfriend. A series of emergencies at sea prevent Swain from attending the birth of his first baby.

Guest actors: Lindsay Farris, Erica Lovell, Sam Sith, Rebecca Barrett, Daisy Betts, Michael Beattie, Craig Coventry, Veronica Sywak, Paul Lyons, Kathryn Perry. 
13 13 "Cometh the Hour" Chris Martin-Jones Dave Warner 4 October 2007 (2007-10-04)

The crew risks life and ship to hunt down a rogue terrorist boat, and retrieve its cargo of biotoxins. Mike makes the most difficult decision of his career when he orders the sinking of the rogue ship. It is an emotional time for the crew as the Navy officially decommissions the long-serving HMAS Hammersley. ET transfers to a frigate, so he and Nikki can finally pursue their relationship. Kate accepts Mike's offer to remain his 2IC on the new and improved patrol boat.

Guest actors: Lee Adamson, Nik Schodel, Shea Adams, Pete Hill, Yvonne Strahovski. 

DVD release

Sea Patrol - The Complete First 13 Episodes
Set Details Special Features
  • 13 Episodes (563 minutes)
  • 4-disc set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: English & English for the hearing impaired
  • English audio (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround EX)
  • Distributed by Roadshow Entertainment
  • Slipcase packaging
Release Dates
 Australia
17 October 2007[35][36][37]

See also

References

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  2. ^ Editors. Gold Coast stars in new TV show, ABC News Online. Retrieved from Sea-Patrol.com on 17 May 2008.
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  4. ^ Idato, Michael. Coast and Crew, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 June 2007. Retrieved 16 July 2008.
  5. ^ a b Fidgeon, Robert. Let's join the navy, Herald Sun, 4 July 2007.
  6. ^ a b c Editors. Episode 1: Welcome Aboard, SeaPatrol.com. Retrieved 8 May 2008.
  7. ^ Downie, Stephen. Review - Episode 11: Chinese Whispers, The Daily Telegraph, 13 September 2007. Retrieved 9 May 2008.
  8. ^ Murdoch, Alex. "TV Bosses Bank Local", The Courier-Mail, 9 October 2006.
  9. ^ LSPH Yuri Ramsey. Promising start for Sea Patrol, Navy News (Volume 50, No. 12), 12 July 2007. Retrieved 16 May 2008.
  10. ^ Zuk, T. Sea Patrol: 2007 episode guide, Australian Television Information Archive. Retrieved 5 October 2007.
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  35. ^ "Sea-Patrol.com - Merchandise". Archived from the original on 2007-09-09. http://web.archive.org/web/20070909213012/http://www.sea-patrol.com/content/view/219/90/. Retrieved 2007-10-23 
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