British Divers Marine Life Rescue
British Divers Marine Life Rescue
British Divers Marine Rescue

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Although all reasonable steps are taken to ensure that the content is accurate and up-to-date, BDMLR will not be held liable for any delays, inaccuracies or omissions it may contain.

To the fullest extent permitted at law, BDMLR is providing this website and its contents on an ’as is’ basis and makes no (and expressly disclaims all) representations or warranties of any kind with respect to this website or its contents including, without limitation, warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

In addition, BDMLR does not represent or warrant that the information accessible via this website is accurate, complete or current.

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How We Use Cookies
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