RNLI Chairman Charles Hunter Pease with Kieran Cotter, Mary Creedon and Peter Crowley visit the Fastnet Rock with Baltimore Lifeboat’s Tamar Alan Massey
RNLI’s Atlantic 75 Alice and Charles reporting for duty in Baltimore. After a swop with Helvick this ILB will be carriage launched from the redeveloped boathouse at Bull Point.
Meanwhile the ALB Alan Massey was in service last night bringing Firefighters and Gardai to a reported fire in Cape Clear. After a rough trip out the Bay in a fresh Westerly wind the fire proved to be a false alarm.
Baltimore RNLI inshore Atlantic 75 City of Bradford V leaving Baltimore by lorry for Helvick where she will lie afloat. Helvicks boat Alice and Charles will be brought to Baltimore tomorrow. The Tamar class Alan Massey will provide lifeboat cover overnight. The City of Bradford V is fully prepared for [...]
Barbecue in Sherkin at the Islanders Rest Hotel in aid of the RNLI. Chef Derry Clarke of L’Ecrivain restaurant in Dublin in charge. Saturday Sept 14th from 3 til the last ferry. The weather looks good so should be a great day. For more details call 028 20116.
Baltimore RNLI lifeboats responded to an emergency in the Ballydehob area this evening 29th May 2013. The alarm was raised at 17.45 and both the all-weather and inshore lifeboats responded immediately. A kayaker had reported persons in the water between Horse Island and Audley cove. The ILB helmed by Michael [...]
While on a joint lifeboat exercise this evening, the Coastguard tasked Baltimore Lifeboat to carry out a medical evacuation of an elderly male from Cape Clear Island. On arrival in Cape Clear the all weather lifeboat crew assisted with the air lifting of the casualty from Cape Clear emergency helicopter landing pad. Meanwhile the ILB brought Lifeboat Medical Advisor, Dr Don Creagh, to the slip near the helipad to further assess the casualty’s condition.
On board the all weather lifeboat, Alan Massey, Coxswain Brendan Cottrell, Mechanic Cathal Cottrell, Ronnie Carthy, Brian Mcsweeney, John Rochford, Jerry Smith and Eoin Ryan
On board the inshore lifeboat, Bessie, Helm John Kearney, Ger O’Brien and Ryan O’Mahony
The new Baltimore Tamar class lifeboat visited Castlehaven today. Coxswain Kieran Cotter is pictured on the pier with proud local fundraisers who have been recognised by the RNLI for their outstanding support.
We comfortably did Courtmac to Castletown in 3 hours!
Baltimores new Tamar Alan Massey arrived in Courtmacsherry at 11.30 today