Photo Gallery Place mouse over image for an explanation, or click to get a larger view. Charles Hawkswell, Commander, of the Cape Lazo Power and Sail Squadron, shown presenting a $1000 checque to Drew Hadfield, President of the Comox Valley Marine Rescue Society RCM-SAR, Cape Lazo doing joint exercises with the CCG vessel, Cape Caution, near Powell River, BC New Station Leader, Roch presenting a framed gift to outgoing leader, Drew Duane Gee of Investors Group and Miranda Baker of the Saltwater Showdown are shown presenting the RCM-SAR Stn 60 with cheque of $5500 from the proceeds of their recent fishing derby. Peter & Diane Bolton along with Andrea Anscombe, leading the Station 60 procession in the Canada Day parade Our new display trailer getting ready for the Canada Day Parade. The 'Paul Giles' lead the possession. MLA, Ronna-Rae Leonard, receiving a guided tour of Station 60's operation from Roch Both fast response rescue vessels of Station 60 Comox with station house on the left. Members of the Royal Canadian Marine -Search and Rescue Station 60 Comox BC Andrea Anscombe and Taya McAstocker carrying the Station 60 banner during the Nautical Days parade Members, including children, help out during the 2017 Nautical Days parade Cathy, Roch, and Dick manning the RCM-SAR booth at the Pt. Holmes boat ramp Station Leader Drew Hadfield receiving a cheque from the Comox Valley Community Foundation On Sunday afternoon, RCM SAR Station 60 Comox was tasked to assist with a vessel that was taking on water off of Cape Lazo, south east of the airport. Photo by Peter Bolton Brenda Hetman-Craig and Layne Robert Craig of 40 Knots Vineyard and Estate Winery, receiving a plaque from Station Leader, Drew Hadfield for their recent donation The Rescue Station is an asset for both crews and vessels at the Municipal Marina The Paul Giles, a Shallow Draft RHIB being used for river and close ashore rescues Cold Water training at Comox Lake using the cruiser suits Bobbie is a remote control safety boat that is a hit with the kids. He walks, he talks. He can wink an eye, toot his horn, and flash his lights. Watch for him at an event near you.