Archives for Sea Safety (6)

Mizen Watch

Categories: News, Sea Safety, Uncategorized
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Published on: June 14, 2015

Following on from last year where a number of thefts took place on the Mizen Head and the Baltimore area An Garda Siochana Schull are launching a Crime prevention campaign for the summer of 2015 aimed at raising awareness with people who own boats, kayaks, canoe’s and any other form of maritime equipment. Please see the information leaflet below or contact Michael Walsh RNLI Sea Safety Officer.


Respect the Water

Categories: Sea Safety
Published on: July 30, 2014


This bank holiday weekend take great care on and Respect The Water. Checkout this RNLI link for safety information about most water activities including Sailing, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Angling, Kayaking and Scuba Diving.

Baltimore Community News Update Easter 2013

Categories: News, Sea Safety
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Published on: March 29, 2013

March 2013 Baltimore Lifeboat station hosted an inter-agency training exercise on Sunday 24th March last. The aim of the exercise, coordinated by Niall Twomey, Civil Defence West Cork, was to provide a focused inter-agency training environment in which all personnel will be able to liaise and standardise operating procedures, to [...]

Sea Check

Categories: Sea Safety
Published on: January 17, 2012

Book a SEA Check online today The RNLI would like to offer you a completely free, friendly and confidential service that looks at safety aspects involved with your boat. SEA Check is neither a test nor an inspection and there is no pass or fail. Conducted by one of our [...]

Lifeboat Sea Safety Officer for Baltimore

Categories: News, Sea Safety
Published on: June 6, 2008

Baltimore Lifeboat Station is pleased to announce a new service for the West Cork region. Michael Walsh has been appointed to the role of Lifeboat Sea Safety Officer (LSSO) for the coastal area extending from Galley Head to Mizen Head. This position is a new departure for the RNLI and [...]

Sea Safety

Categories: News, Sea Safety
Published on: May 25, 2008

Date: 25/05/2008 Did you know that the law in Ireland now requires that there must be suitable Personal Flotation Devices  (PFD) for everyone on board any pleasure craft and that a suitable PFD must be worn; by anyone on board an open craft that is under 7 meters in length, [...]

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