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The initial inquiry blamed the crew for bad seamanship, saying they had left a hatch open.
She was often seen tacking up and down the Kyles of Bute,young boys on board eager to master the art of seamanship.
The 25-year-old, who is an operator mechanic was awarded the plate for being the most improved trainee during Welfare Branch seamanship.
A class in sailing and seamanship will be offered by the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 12-1, 7 to 10 p.
Tenders are invited for conservancy contract at seamanship school for a period of one year
In his time, Mr Taylor has assisted in the rescues of 65 men and has also received a number of other awards in recognition of his bravery and seamanship.
Alan Gardner, chairman of the management committee and a former sea cadet, said: "As well as learning self discipline and teamwork, they can work towards national qualifications in seamanship and sailing.
Sixteen were from Liverpool and the initial inquiry blamed the crew for bad seamanship, saying they left a hatch open.
A spokesman for the Canterbury Star's agents, Norbulk Shipping UK, said yesterday: "Captain Ross and his crew showed the highest standards of seamanship in successfully completing the rescue.
Capt Alan Roach, the ship's commanding officer, said: "Our role was to support HMS Invincible, both with replenishments and also with warfare and seamanship exercises.
During his plebe summer, Fitzpatrick learned basic skills in seamanship and learned to salute and march in precision order.
Tenders are invited for Provision Of Deficient Single Living Accn For Trainee Sailors Of Seamanship School Sagar Prahari Bal And Noic At Naval Base Kochi