This paper summarises the results of a 6 month deployment of a HF Surface Wave Radar (HFSWR) to demonstrate the detection and tracking of Go-Fast Boats (GFBs). Measured Doppler and Track data is compared to theoretical predictions. It is shown that HFSWR is a viable sensor for tracking GFBs in a target rich environment. Data is presented that demonstrates that detection ranges of 80 km can be achieved, providing vastly extended coverage far in excess of the line-of-sight
limitations of conventional microwave radar.