coxswain


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coxswain

the helmsman of a lifeboat, racing shell, etc.
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Over the years, the Hoylake station has seen two silver and five bronze medals awarded to its crewmen - including in 1979 when the bronze medal was awarded to Coxswain Harry Jones while Second Cox, John McDermott and crewman David Dodd received the RNLI "thanks on Vellum" after they saved the catamaran Truganini and her crew.
As a mark of respect following the Samtampa disaster, the new lifeboat was named after the coxswain, the William Gammon.
My grandfather, John Mathews, was coxswain here in the 1930s and I grew up listening to their tales.
Yasmin Farooq is a veteran coxswain who won a gold medal with the United States eight team in the 1995 world championships.
He is a great friend and a very gentle man, which is not always the case with coxswains.
Twitter @LivEcho News Hoylake RNLI Coxswain, Dave Whiteley, said the new craft was very different to the current Mersey class boat which has been in operation at Hoylake since 1990.
A LIFEBOAT coxswain has been charged with four offences of poaching.
Olchfa pupil Josh has been keen to follow in the footsteps of his father Martin - who is a full-time coxswain at the Mumbles RNLI station.
They were kept by Thomas Dawson while he served as lifeboat coxswain in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, between 1860 and 1900.
The varsity eight boat (Kendell Cotton, Frederick Hunter, John Madura, Ricky Holak, Michael Mourkas, Alex Barat, Adam Panzica, Jim MacDonald, and coxswain Lauren Moloney) won a four-boat race with its time of 6:01.
The Moelfre RNLI Lifeboat 'Watkin Williams' launched on December 2, 1966 under the command of Coxswain Richard Evans to the stricken 1,287 ton Greek motor vessel 'Nafsiporos' and her 19 crew members.