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Never gets old

Never gets old

We are very lucky to live and serve on the beautiful Bay of Quinte. Ya gotta love those gorgeous sunsets!
Never gets old
Confident at Helm

Confident at Helm

Dave, one of our Coxswains, is a skilled operator and great captain.
Confident at Helm
Good Times

Good Times

Matt and Paul sharing some laughs during a training exercise.
Good Times
Next Generation

Next Generation

Stopped in for a visit to Crate Marine while patrolling the Waterfront Weekend 2016. Paul, was showing his niece and nephew the cool boat...and they loved honking the horn ;)
Next Generation
A little Tug

A little Tug

Sometimes all you need is a little friendly persuasion to get you sailing again.
A little Tug
A little more

A little more

Those sailboat keels sure run deep...sometimes they need a little persuasion and heeling by our secondary vessel to get them re-floated.
A little more
Voyage home

Voyage home

Many sailboats find themselves on our various shoals in the low water season. We make sure they get back to port quickly and safely.
Voyage home
Nothing too big

Nothing too big

Many deep draught vessels find themselves in a predicament as well when navigating the Bay of Quinte. We've got lots of power to get them refloated and back to port safely
Nothing too big
Power to spare

Power to spare

Our state of the art Evinrude E-Tec G2 200's have ample power and torque to free nearly any size of vessel. We like the fact they are environmentally friendly too!
Power to spare
Visiting Helmsman

Visiting Helmsman

Our Vice President of CCGA came down to try out our new motors...and was really impressed.
Visiting Helmsman
Corporal Tethers

Corporal Tethers

Braeden and Paul grab a selfie as the Corporal Tethers Coast Guard Cutter patrols the Bay of Quinte during the 2016 Trenton International Air Show. She's quite a ship!
Corporal Tethers
Guest Captain

Guest Captain

Amanda Lorbetski from InQuinte.ca news takes a turn at the helm while she was out with us for a demonstration of our training. We all had a great time.
Guest Captain
Getting the feel

Getting the feel

Dave and Pat doing some helm practice to familiarize themselves with our new Evinrudes.
Getting the feel
A Heavy Tow

A Heavy Tow

Dave keeps a watchful eye on a heavy vessel, as we commence the tow out of the mouth of the Trent Severn in Trenton.
A Heavy Tow
Bruce A. Sutcliffe

Bruce A. Sutcliffe

First day on the water in 2016 following the complete refurbishment and freshening up of the Sutcliffe.
Bruce A. Sutcliffe
Photo: Mark E. Hopper

Photo: Mark E. Hopper

Mark has a great eye for photography. This was taken just before a big storm in 2016...so beautiful.
Photo: Mark E. Hopper
Beautiful Day at Dock

Beautiful Day at Dock

Our two rescue vessels patiently waiting at dock for their next mission.
Beautiful Day at Dock
Humble Beginnings

Humble Beginnings

The original vessel purchased from LaSalle to launch the new unit known as Quinte Rescue.
Humble Beginnings