Archive image – sadly vehicle drivers continue to misjudge or ignore tade times and become stranded as ther causeway floods…….SARN Ed
PHOTOGRAPH : Rescue_15_9_20 : Exmouth Lifeboat with the casualty vessel. Credit: John Thorogood/RNLI
Exmouth RNLI All Weather Lifeboat was launched this morning to attend a report of a broken down motorboat with engine problems.
At 10.22hrs today, Tuesday 15 September 2020, H.M. Coastguard tasked our RNLI All Weather Lifeboat, 13-33 Bridie O’Shea to a report of a motorboat approximately 3 miles east of Teignmouth that had lost engine power as a result of a cam belt failure.
PHOTOGRAPH : Both Boats Landscape : Exmouth Lifeboats engaged in the search Credit : Exmouth RNLI
In what was their second assignment of the day, both Exmouth RNLI Lifeboats launched tonight following reports of concern for a paddleboarder seen 2.5 miles off the coast of Budleigh Salterton.
SLARS (Shannon Launch and Recovery System) arrived at Seahouses today 02/09/20
Training restarts next week for the Shore/Launching Crew in preparation for the boat’s arrival on 18 Oct 2020 at 13:36hr !
PHOTOGRAPH : Exmouth All Weather Lifeboat launches to rescue the yacht Credit : Mark Johnson / Exmouth RNLI
On what was one of their busiest days of the year, volunteer RNLI crew members attended three emergencies today in and off the Exmouth coastline.
PHOTOGRAPHS : 13-33 Night 28 8 20 1 / 13-33 Night 28 8 20 2 / 13-33 Night 28 8 20 3 Exmouth All Weather Lifeboat launches to rescue the yacht Credit : Mark Johnson / Exmouth RNLI
The Exmouth RNLI temporary All Weather Lifeboat was launched late yesterday following a report of a disabled yacht.
Early this morning, Friday 21 August 2020, the volunteer crew at Exmouth RNLI Lifeboat Station were assigned to a casualty with a serious shoulder injury on board a vessel on the River Exe.