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The Irish Coast Guard and the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) is urging those planning a visit to the coast to stay safe and not take any unnecessary risks during the current COVID-19 public health crisis.
As Christmas approaches, the Lough Ree RNLI is issuing its own call for help as the charity’s volunteer lifeboat crews are getting busier.
A new Atlantic 85 class lifeboat, Tara Scougall, has gone on service at Lough Ree RNLI. The lifeboat which arrived at the Coosan Point lifeboat station on Tuesday of this week replaces The Eric Rowse which has been used for rescues and to save lives on Lough Ree since August 2014.
Lough Ree RNLI is asking the public to support ‘Mayday’, the charity’s annual fundraising campaign. The appeal comes as the RNLI announced their rescue figures for 2018, which noted that the lifeboat crew on Lough Ree in Dromineer launched 72 times and assisted 188 people on the lough, making it one of the busiest stations in Ireland.
Achill Island RNLI has paid tribute to fellow lifeboat volunteer and friend Mattie Stafford, of Slievemore, following his untimely death.
Volunteers from Ballyglass RNLI spent 11 and half hours at sea on Monday to bring three fishermen to safety.
A new D class lifeboat for Ballyglass RNLI is to be officially named Clann Lir, during a ceremony at the inshore lifeboat station at 2pm on Saturday. The lifeboat, which went into service earlier this year, has been funded by a donation from the Central Bank of Ireland.
Lough Ree RNLI volunteers were called into emergency action as they responded to a call out to four people whose 37 foot boat had become grounded on the Longford shore.
Lough Ree RNLI’s inshore lifeboat crew has responded to four call outs over a three days, in the process, coming to the aid of fifteen people, including four children during this sun laden weather period.
At 5.14am last Saturday morning, April 28, Lough Ree RNLI were alerted by the Irish Coast Guard, after a report from a member of the public, to the possibility of someone entering the River Shannon in Athlone town.