Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive at the Crescent Beach Marina aboard the RCM-SAR5’s rescue vessel Sunday. (Rona Tepper photo)

Special delivery at Crescent Beach Marina

Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive via rescue vessel

The RCM-SAR 5 crew, based in Crescent Beach, made a special delivery Sunday (Dec. 10) with their dedicated rescue vessel, to ensure Santa and Mrs Claus’ safe arrival to the Crescent Beach Yacht Club for their annual pancake breakfast event at the clubhouse.

This year, an estimated 50-60 kids and parents attended. Santa’s arrival – complete with a gift for every child – came after breakfast and gingerbread-cookie decorating.

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