Tasked by UK Coastguard following a report that there were people in the water along with a Stand Up Paddleboard being swept out to sea off Ogmore By Sea. Both the charity’s Atlantic 85 lifeboat Rose of the Shires and D Class lifeboat Super G II were launched. As the crew arrived on scene they
Our volunteer crew launched the Atlantic 85 lifeboat, Rose Of The Shires to a report of two people on a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) struggling to return to shore in strong Easterly winds (offshore) at Rest Bay. The lifeboat made best speed to the location and located the casualties approximately 150m off the beach. One
Both lifeboats were launched at the request of UK Coastguard in the early hours of the morning to assist with a multi-agency incident on the Vale of Glamorgan coastline.
UK Coastguard requested the launch of the Atlantic 85 lifeboat to assist with a multi-agency search for a missing person in the Sker Beach area. After a search of around 2 hours the lifeboat was stood down as the person was located safe and well by land based search teams.
Our volunteer crew onboard our Atlantic 85 lifeboat were diverted from their training exercise off Porthcawl seafront at 6.25pm by UK Coastguard. Porthcawl NCI had reported a surfer who had been swept around the point at Rest Bay on the incoming tide and was now out of view of their CCTV camera. The lifeboat made
UK Coastguard requested our volunteer crew divert from their training exercise after two people had contacted them to advise they were cut off by the tide between Tresilian Bay and Summerhouse Point. The Atlantic 85 lifeboat, Rose Of The Shires was off Ogmore and the crew made best speed to the area to commence a
Our volunteer crew were tasked by UK Coastguard to provide assistance to Porthcawl Coastguard with a casualty reported to be having a heart attack on Sandy Bay (Coney Beach). The casualty was swiftly extracted to a land ambulance and transferred to hospital. We wish the casualty a speedy recovery.
UK Coastguard tasked our volunteer crew to assist two people cut off by the incoming tide at Temple Bay, Southerndown. The charity's D Class lifeboat, Super G II was launched and made best speed to the location. Once on scene large swell conditions and dumping waves meant extraction by the lifeboat would have been too
Porthcawl's volunteer crew were tasked at 7.37pm to assist 4 teenage girls who were trapped on the Porthcawl side of the Ogmore river. The girls had been located near to the river mouth by the team from Llantwit Major Coastguard and were cold as temperatures had dropped significantly as darkness fell. Having set out earlier
UK Coastguard paged our volunteer crew following a report that there were people possibly cut off by the tide at Witches Point, Southerndown. Both the charity's D Class and Atlantic 85 lifeboats were launched on service and the team from Llantwit Major Coastguard were also tasked. When the crew arrived on scene at Witches Point