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  • The Lizard Lifeboat Shouts
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  • The Lizard Lifeboat Latest Shouts
    Penlee RNLI Inshore Lifeboat which was able to take the Sea Foam in to the harbour The Penlee Inshore lifeboat then ferried the two Lizard lifeboat crew members and the salvage pump back to the all weather lifeboat and both lifeboats returned to their respective stations Second mechanic Johnny Bray said It was surprising how much water was already in the engine compartment by the time we arrived the pump had to work hard to remove it but was certainly very effective The boat owner was very grateful for our assistance I think he had quite a shock when he looked in and saw all the water The lifeboat returned to station at 2 30pm The crew were Coxswain Andrew Putt second mechanic Johnny Bray and volunteer crew members Dr Robert Edgerley Dave Stevens Marcus Atkinson and Nick Hampshire The Lizard lifeboat launching to go on exercise The casualty and Penlee lifeboat off Porthleven on Sunday The Lizard lifeboat being recovered at the station after this incident 23 October 2011 The Lizard RNLI lifeboat carries out its first rescue from the new station The Lizard s Tamar class all weather lifeboat RNLB Rose launched last night to go to the aid of a Newlyn based fishing vessel The 18 metre Newlyn crabber Sparkling Line with 6 persons onboard suffered complete engine failure approximately 21 nautical miles south of Lizard Point RNLB Rose launched just before 9pm and passed a towline to the fishing vessel at 10 20pm The boat was then towed toward Newlyn The Penlee RNLI lifeboat was later requested to launch and take over the tow to allow The Lizard lifeboat to return to station for a safe recovery due to the deteriorating weather conditions Penlee lifeboat took over the tow at 2am reaching the safety of Newlyn Harbour at 4 05am The Lizard lifeboat arrived back at the station at 2 45am The Lizard lifeboat crew were Staff Coxswain Martin Phillips station mechanic Dan Atkinson and volunteer crew members Darren Thirlaway Elsa Chance John Hill Adam Weston and Marcus Atkinson The Lizard Lifeboat Operations Manager Ned Nuzum said This was a fantastic response from the crew and shore crew Although we have carried out a number of practice launches over the past couple of weeks it is good to get the first emergency under our belt and the launch was executed really well with the boat launching safely and efficiently This was down to excellent teamwork 23 September 2011 The Lizard RNLI lifeboat assists 32ft yacht The Lizard lifeboat launched yesterday morning to a report of a 32ft yacht with its propeller tangled in a lobster pot off Bass Point the Lizard Cornwall The 32ft trimaran Treskille with 1person onboard was on passage from Falmouth to Penzance when it became snagged on a lobster pot approximately 1 mile south of Bass Point The Lizard Lifeboat Operations Manager Ned Nuzum was contacted by Falmouth Coastguard and The Lizard Tamar class all weather lifeboat Rose was launched from her temporary mooring off Cadgwith just after10 30am The Lizard lifeboat daughter boat with 3 crew members aboard was launched from the Tamar to assist the lone sailor The obstruction was quickly removed from the yachts propeller and after her steering gear was confirmed to be ok she carried on her passage to Penzance Lifeboat Operations Manager Ned Nuzum said Lobster pots can be a bit of a problem especially for lone sailors The marker buoys can sit quite low in the water especially on high tides The Tamar s Y boat is proving its worth in instances like this as it enables our crew to get close in alongside a small craft The Lizard Lifeboat returned to her mooring just before midday The lifeboat crew were coxswain Andrew Putt mechanic Dan Atkinson 2nd Mechanic Johnny Bray and volunteer crew members Brett Jose Danny Allerton Dave Stevens and Nick Hampshire Photo is of The Lizard Tamar class all weather lifeboat taken recently with the Y boat alongside off Cadgwith Photo Ned Nuzum 3 September 2011 The Lizard RNLI lifeboat launched to assist 2 body boarders in difficulties The Lizard lifeboat was requested to launch just after 8 30pm on Saturday evening 3 September to a report of a 2 body boarders in difficulties off Poldhu beach Cornwall The 2 people aged 18 and 21 years had arrived earlier at the start of their holiday At approximately 7pm they had decided to go body boarding off Poldhu beach just to the northwest of Mullion Cove Both body boarders got caught in a rip current which washed them 200 yards offshore A man walking his dog heard their cries for help and raised the alarm Falmouth Coastguard tasked The Lizard RNLI lifeboat Coastguard rescue teams from Mullion and Porthoustock and a Search and Rescue Helicopter from RNAS Culdrose to the scene The helicopter quickly spotted the 2 casualties and both were winched from the water and airlifted to RCH Treliske suffering with suspected hypothermia after spending almost 2 hours in the water The Lizard lifeboat was stood down from the scene and returned to her temporary mooring off Cadgwith just after 10pm 26 August 2011 Missing woman found safe and well The Lizard RNLI lifeboat RNLB Rose was launched last night to assist in a search for a missing woman The 34 year old woman had been staying at a camp site near to Kennack Sands and was reported missing by her family when she failed to turn up at lunchtime A search was commenced by the Police who later requested the assistance of Falmouth Coastguard The Lizard lifeboat crew was paged just before 7 30pm and the lifeboat was requested to start a coastline search from its temporary mooring off Cadgwith eastwards to Black Head The Lizards new Tamar class lifeboat RNLB Rose is fitted with a small daughter boat a Y class inflatable this was launched and manned by crew members Brett Jose helmsman and Steve Tattersall They carried out a

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  • The Lizard Lifeboat Latest Shouts Archive 1
    were gladly stood down Lifeboat Operations Manager Ned Nuzum said It s a credit to them all such enthusiasm and eagerness on their part to getting the job done is to be commended He added that since demolition works had started at the lifeboat station and slipway at Kilcobben Cove there had been inevitable huge upheaval including relocation to no fewer than three separate operating sites which has been a logistical challenge for everyone particularly Coxswain Phil Burgess and Mechanic Dan Atkinson Mr Nuzum said that following a considerable programme of familiarisation training with new equipment learning new launching procedures and generally all working happily and effectively together the station s response to these recent service alerts has proved very successful 09 02 10 THE LIZARD LIFEBOAT JOINS COASTAL SEARCH FOR MISSING PERSON Devon Cornwall Police alerted Falmouth Coastguard on February 9th of a reported missing person suspected to be in the sea off Kynance Cove on the Lizard peninsula The Lizard Lifeboat under the command of Coxswain Phil Burgess was promptly launched into a heavy easterly sea to join a police helicopter coastguard cliff rescue teams and several small vessels to carry out a search of the local coastline Following a thoroughly detailed search sadly in vain all the rescue services were stood down by the Coastguard to return to base After a challenging three hours at sea Coxswain Burgess reluctantly headed back to base with his crew Station Mechanic Dan Atkinson Second Coxswain David Hill Second Mechanic Jonny Bray and crewmen Dr Robert Edgerley Brett Jose and Rob Goddard for a typically dramatic and skilful recovery in difficult sea conditions back up the slipway to the boathouse 02 02 10 THE LIZARD LIFEBOAT LAUNCHED TO AID STRICKEN FERRY The Lizard Lifeboat under the command of Second Coxswain David Hill launched on February 2nd after Falmouth Coastguard received a call from the car ferry Oscar Wilde reporting that they had a fire in the engine room The ferry operated by Irish Ferries had just completed a refit in Falmouth Docks and had departed the port on Tuesday afternoon with 113 crew on board for sea trials before resuming service between Rosslare and Cherbourg at the weekend Considered by Falmouth Coastguard to be a potentially serious incident all available emergency services in the region were alerted and directed to the scene two and a half miles east of the Lizard peninsula near the infamous Manacles rocks Accompanying The Lizard lifeboat was Falmouth Lifeboat the Coastguard tug Anglian Princess several smaller tugs from Falmouth two rescue helicopters from RNAS Culdrose 771 Squadron and a multitude of specialist fire fighters and other personnel from the Marine Incident Response Group The Lizard and Falmouth lifeboats took up station close to the casualty in readiness for a mass evacuation of the 113 crew if necessary The Lizard Lifeboat Operations Manager Ned Nuzum commented Once again the need for strategically located lifeboats and their fully trained volunteer crews ready to launch in all weathers day or night to the assistance of those in peril on the sea has been drastically highlighted by this incident Fortunately the fire aboard the Oscar Wilde was brought under control promptly all 113 crew were accounted for and the emergency services were stood down before midnight ends Dec 10th 09 OVER 8 HOURS AT SEA FOR THE LIZARD LIFEBOAT A full day at the office then over eight hours at sea before a welcome cuppa on return then home to bed for a couple of hours sleep before starting the day all over again a not un typical experience for lifeboat crew at The Lizard Lifeboat station Following an alert form Falmouth Coastguard last night The Lizard Lifeboat was launched at 6 10pm to the aid of the Fowey registered fishing vessel Red Vixen with two crew aboard adrift with a fouled propeller 28 miles south of Lizard Point Under the command of local fisherman Deputy Second Coxswain Louis Mitchell together with his six crew members John Hill Rob Goddard Josh Legge Simon Fayers Richard Woodmansey and full time mechanic Dan Atkinson the lifeboat promptly found the casualty and towed her slowly north to Falmouth arriving at Custom House Quay at 1 25am before steaming back to her boathouse in Kilcobben Cove Deputy Coxswain Mitchell said This was a routine service for us well carried out by a very enthusiastic crew adding that although the crew of the Red VIxen were obviously relieved to see the lifeboat appear out of the darkness they also appeared to be a little red faced too as this had been the third launch of The Lizard lifeboat to their assistance this year By 4am the lifeboat had been recovered up the slipway rehoused washed down refuelled and was declared ready for service once again November 23rd 09 FIRST SHOUT FOR NEW LIZARD LIFEBOAT MECHANIC TO AID STRICKEN TANKER The Lizard Lifeboat launched into heavy seas on November 23rd to the aid of the stricken Panamanian gas tanker Antigoni adrift with machinery failure and struggling to anchor in a position 1 5 miles south east of Lizard Point The lifeboat under the command of Coxswain Phil Burgess was ordered to stand by the casualty while repairs aboard were being carried out to get her safely underway once again Falmouth Coastguard also tasked the MCA tug Anglian Princess and a locally based Dutch tug to the proceed to the scene to render assistance if required The tanker was ordered to abort anchoring in the area as a snagging hazard with seabed telecommunications cables was likely Once the coastguard had assessed the casualty was drifting in a safe direction away from the coastline and with the two tugs in company to assist if required The Lizard lifeboat was released to return back to her base at Kilcobben Cove Mission accomplished a little excitement soon followed the morning s work The Lizard lifeboat station recruited a new full time station mechanic Dan Atkinson from Fowey three months ago

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  • The Lizard Lifeboat News
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