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Yesterday Durban Station 5 crew took advantage of the public holiday to train. The training was geared around getting crew competent in boarding a ship via a rope ladder. The training also gave newly qualified coxswains the necessary training to be able to maneuver the rescue vessels to safely transfer crew on and off the ship.Many thanks to Paul Bevis and Subtech for allowing NSRI to use their vessel for some awesome training.Boarding from 4.7m Boarding3 Boarding5 Boarding6
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