30 November 2023

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Galway RNLI gain two new fully-trained crew members

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Galway RNLI gain two new fully-trained crew members

Galway RNLI has this week gained two new fully-trained crew members for its volunteer service.

James Corballis and Aaron O’Reilly have now completed their training and passed their final assessments at Galway Lifeboat Station.

The training covers a range of skill sets such as sea-manship and boat handling, navigation and search and rescue.

Both crew members share a passion for the water, and are keen to take on more responsibilty in rescues.

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