Marine Rescue NSW refurbished boat impresses ahead of next chapter at Lord Howe Island

Lisa Tisdell
By Lisa Tisdell
Updated September 3 2020 - 12:38am, first published August 27 2020 - 6:00am
Safety first: (front) Marine Rescue NSW fleet manager Kelvin Parkin, Marine Rescue NSW Lord Howe Island unit commander Jim McFadyen, (back) Marine Rescue NSW Port Macquarie's Alison Cameron-Brown and Greg Davies, Port Macquarie MP Leslie Williams and Marine Rescue NSW Port Macquarie's Yolanda Bosschieter inspect the boat bound for Lord Howe Island.

The largest vessel in Marine Rescue NSW's fleet has been put through its paces in preparation for its next chapter at Lord Howe Island.

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Lisa Tisdell

Lisa Tisdell

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I'm a Port Macquarie News journalist, keen traveller and cricket fan.

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