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Chopper Swim Challenge - 20Km Swim Fundraiser

Chopper Swim Challenge - 20Km Swim Fundraiser

Nigel Marsden, one of DML’s vessel skippers, will be putting in a supreme effort to swim 20km for the Helicopter Rescue Trust. The swim will take place on March 26 from Waiheke Island to Auckland City. Nigel’s story of a freak kite-surfing incident and the resulting helicopter rescue is an interesting one and  can be found here http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11982547

To sponsor Nigel’s swim and support the Helicopter Rescue Trust go to https://chopperswimchallenge2018.everydayhero.com/nz/be-part-of-saving-lives

DML is a long-term sponsor of the Helicopter Rescue Trust. The nature of our work takes us to interesting but geographically remote places and you just never know when you might need their help.