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Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue, Station 12 is based in Halfmoon Bay, BC. Using the Fast Response Vessel, the Ken Moore, Station 12 provides maritime Search and Rescue services for the area starting at White Islets, north to McNaughton Point and half way across the Strait of Georgia. A second Station 12 FRV, the Lewis-McPhee, is stationed in Sechelt Inlet to cover the area from Sechelt to Egmont, including Salmon and Narrows Inlets. The members of Station 12 are dedicated, highly trained volunteers who provide maritime life saving services in any weather conditions, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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February 24th, 2014
February 24th, 2014

Crews Receive First Aid Training

Two local crews complete a higher level of first aid training

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Practicing on the dock
Crew members from Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue (RCMSAR) Station 12 (Halfmoon Bay) and Station 14 (Gibsons) recently completed an advanced level of Marine First Aid and First Responder training.
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