Skipper had cannabis and meth in system while driving

A SKIPPER who was caught driving a boat under the influence of methamphetamine and cannabis was fined $450 in Rockhampton Magistrates Court on Monday.

The court heard Paul Daly's boat was intercepted by a police vessel near the Swain Reef at 10.30am on August 4.

Daly, who represented himself in court, told Magistrate Cameron Press he was already looking for a land job following the incident.

Daly's marine licence was disqualified for a period of four months.

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