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Welcome aboard Marine Rescue Batemans Bay's newest Marine Rescue Coxswain, Tom Czarnik

A perfect day on the water for the assessment of Marine Rescue Batemans Bay's newest Marine Rescue Coxswain, Tom Czarnik. Tom was put through his paces by assessor Ross Constable, and achieved his competency with flying colours on Batemans 30.

During the assessment Tom undertook a number of navigational challenges, emergency drills and a simulated tow of Batemans 20 from the Tollgate Islands into the Batemans Bay Marina. As always we applaud the commitment and dedication these volunteers make to keep us safe. If you see our emergency services out an about fundraising dip into your pocket because they do a fantastic job and need our support.

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