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Dive! Tutukaka Rescue

Postby DiveDiva » Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:52 pm

Yeasterday I boarded the Media Boat 8) to take pics of the launch of the new coastguard vessell at Tutukaka. About 300 people turned up to be there and watch the welcome ceremony and of course see the boat! Beautiful day for it and for those of you who can't wait to buy the paper (!) or don't live in Northland, here are some pics (sorry if they're a bit big!!) :D

It was so awesome to see the Coastguard celebrated in this way. They do an amazing job and my hat goes off to them.
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Re: Dive! Tutukaka Rescue

Postby pinkmermaid » Sun Sep 21, 2008 4:19 pm

Wow :shock: you are living in very beautiful place. I like pics! :D
What is "Coastguard celebrated"?
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Re: Dive! Tutukaka Rescue

Postby Xman » Wed Sep 24, 2008 7:33 pm

I agree, its good to see Coastguard getting some thanks and recognition. A lot of people give a lot of time and effort in Coastguard that often goes largely unnoticed.

DD, is Russ still involved in Coastguard?
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Re: Dive! Tutukaka Rescue

Postby DiveDiva » Wed Sep 24, 2008 9:54 pm

Xman wrote:
DD, is Russ still involve in Coastguard?


No that was while we were on Waiheke. Sadly we live miles away from the coast up here.
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