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Procurement of New RHIB 

The Malta GC Unit Sea Cadet Corps has been awarded funds through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development 2014 – 2020, Measure 19.2, Sub-Measure 2 - Strengthening a healthy cultural identity; project reference no: GXF/2/076. Thanks to these funds the unit has managed to procure a new RHIB complete with power motor, trailer and additional equipment.

The unit looks forward to making the best use of this RHIB to be able to offer PowerBoating training in Malta as well as safety boat for other boating activities such sailing, rowing and other water bourne activities.

This project was possible thanks to the support received by the Gal Xlokk Foundation and Servizzi Ewropej Malta and the Parlimentary Secretary for EU funds within the Ministry for Economic Affairs, European Funds and Lands fondi.eu

Procurement of new RHIB

Procurement of new RHIB

The Malta GC Unit Sea Cadet Corps has been awarded funds through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development 2014 – 2020, Measure 19.2, Sub-Measure 2 - Strengthening a healthy cultural identity; project reference no: GXF/2/076.

Thanks to these funds the unit has managed to procure a new RHIB complete with power motor, trailer and additional equipment.

The unit looks forward to making the best use of this RHIB to be able to offer PowerBoating training in Malta as well as safety boat for other boating activities such sailing, rowing and other water bourne activities.

This project was possible thanks to the support received by the Gal Xlokk FoundationServizzi Ewropej Malta and the Parlimenatry Secretary for EU funds within the Ministry for the Economy, European Funds and Lands fondi.eu

Article in The Times of Malta

Article in The Times of Malta

Thanks To Aġenizija Żgħażagħ the Malta GC Sea Cadets was awarded fund to promote the unit with the aim of encouraging recruitment of cadets and volunteers. This was done through the ReBoot fund 2023. Thank to this support the Malta GC Sea Cadets received visibility on The Times of Malta. This is considered very positive for the unit to compliment further the work being done by volunteers and staff to strenghten the unit. The Malta GC Sea Cadet and Royal Marines Cadet Corps

Visit by Captain of the Sea Cadets to Malta

Visit by Captain of the Sea Cadets to Malta

The TS Saint Paul Malta GC Sea Cadet Corps Unit was honoured to welcome Captian Neil Downing RN, Captain of the Sea Cadets in Malta for a special event on 1st July 2023, and Lt Commander (SCC) John Reeve, District Officer. Captain Downing had words of encouragement for the cadets, junior cadets, staff and volunteers who contribute towards the success of the unit. During the evening awards were given to long serving volunteers and staff and cadets were promoted. This was also an opportunity for the cadets to give a demostration of team work during a land activity. 

This was also an opportunity for Captain Downing to give an Interview to the Malta Independent on Sunday 02/07/2023

Captain Downing was also interviewed in TVM Feature in Maltese  

Easter Camp 2023

4 May 2023

1-3 April 2023. Thanks to the BeActive Fund through Agenzija Żgħazagħ the Malta GC unit held an Easter Camp for all Cadets and Juniors. The Senior Cadets did Basic Catering Qualification whilst the Juniors cover various modules from their programm. This Camp was possible thanks to LT Jan Cooper and WO2 Kevin Cooper, PO John Chetcuti OIC, all staff, UMT members, volunteers and parents.

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