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A heartfelt thanks to the South Coast Tourism that generously donated four MUSTO suits to NSRI Port Edward rescue base. MUSTO suits are worn in extreme weather conditions over wetsuits when going out on rescues. This will help our volunteers stay dry when faced with the harsh elements of the sea.NSRI Port Edward hosted South Coast Tourism to unveil a special plaque made in their honour for their generous support.From left: Martie and Justin (South Coast Tourism), NSRI Port Edward Station Commander John Nicholas and the receptionist for South Coast Tourism From left: Martie and Justin (South Coast Tourism), NSRI Port Edward Station Commander John Nicholas and the receptionist for South Coast Tourism
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