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On Jul 28, 2020

Rescue vessel on the road

Marine Rescue Broken Bay‘s new rescue vessel is on a semi-trailer for its delivery journey south from the Northern Rivers down the Pacific Highway.

The vessel, Broken Bay 30, left Yamba this morning for its new home waters in Sydney’s north.

The 10m Naiad, built by Yamba Welding & Engineering Pty Ltd, will be lowered into the water at The Quays Marina at Church Point late tomorrow morning before making the short trip to the unit’s base in Rowland Reserve at Bayview.

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