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Being able to get back into your rescue boat in the event of a man-over-board or capsize is a crucial skill for our rescue coxswains and crew.Part of our training and regular fitness assessment include 'boat entries'. Its not always easy to climb back into a RIB, especially when wearing a lifejacket. Here Graeme Harding (52), demonstrates a technique...
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