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.
When HMAS Hammersley answers a distress call from Bright Island, Captain Mike Flynn and his crew discover a young woman lying paralysed on the beach.
The Hammersley uncovers a sophisticated drug smuggling network, with explosive results.
The crew uncovers a murder mystery after finding an abandoned catamaran on the high seas.
Mike is torn between saving the life of a missing refugee girl, and the lives of two shipmates bitten by the deadly Irukandji jellyfish.
The HMAS Hammersley attempts the daring capture of an illegal fishing 'mother ship', but they are thwarted by violent eco-terrorists intent on sinking the fishing boat.
The crew uncovers a people-smuggling racket when they almost collide with a floating shipping container full of North Korean refugees.
The men of the Hammersley are smitten by a female sailor with a rescue fetish.
Spider saves the life of a boy after discovering an unexploded sea mine, washed ashore during a cyclone.
Disaster looms for the Hammersley when a fire erupts in the engine room, after the mascot is stolen by a rival Patrol Boat crew.
The crew pursues a distraught father who has kidnapped his own children.
The Hammersley saves sailors from a sinking ship, only to learn they are diamond smugglers who will kill to save their cargo.
The Hammersley races to save a boatload of tourists from being murdered as part of a bizarre terrorist publicity stunt.
The crew risks life and ship to hunt down a rogue terrorist boat and retrieve its cargo of bio-toxins.