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Help! St Helens marine rescue

Postby Admin. » Fri Jan 23, 2015 10:47 am

Hi all,

See link below re helping out St. Helens marine rescue replace their main boat!

http://www.sthelensrescue.org.au/pelica ... -help-you/
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Re: Help! St Helens marine rescue

Postby channel thomo » Sun Jan 25, 2015 7:44 pm

[quote="Admin."]Hi all,

See link below re helping out St. Helens marine rescue replace their main boat!

http://www.sthelensrescue.org.au/pelica ... -help-you/[/quote]
So it was insured but not for replacement?

Is a good cause and i will contribute what I can afford in the next few weeks
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Re: Help! St Helens marine rescue

Postby eddystone » Sun Jan 25, 2015 8:45 pm

Yes it is insured,

To replace with a new boat is significantly higher than current market value given the age of the boat.

A great cause indeed.

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Re: Help! St Helens marine rescue

Postby Sultan Peppersquid » Mon Jan 26, 2015 5:28 pm

Have the race organisers / sponsors been approached to help out?
Or the owners / sponsors of the yacht they were helping?
I'm not saying any of them are obliged to help, but it would be a good thing for them to do IMO.

Hopefully a replacement won't be too long - or too late.
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Re: Help! St Helens marine rescue

Postby eddystone » Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:04 pm

I'm not involved in marine rescue myself... I do know there are a number of avenues they are following to get them on the water ASAP.... I have a feeling the other boat involved hasn't been of much assistance....
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