Browsing articles from "June, 2014"

Unwell Passenger assisted from ferry

by Caitriona in  Callouts

Doolin Pier

Doolin Coast Guard team was tasked this evening by MRSC, Valentia ,  to assist with a passenger returning from the Aran Islands on one of the ferries. The passenger had become unwell and needed assistance. The team assisted and the casualty was taken to hospital by the HSE Ambulance from the pier in Doolin.

Incident 24/14

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Maritime SAR Training

by Caitriona in  Training


Both boats were on the water over the past two days with crews taking part in training by Maritime SAR, specialists in marine search and rescue . Helms and crews carried out a range of search and rescue and operational procedures and scenarios over the two days.



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Blasting work at Doolin Pier

by Caitriona in  Callouts, General/Notices

Digital image

The Contractors who are building the new pier  intend to carry out some blasting works at Doolin pier next Thursday and Friday the 5th and 6th of June.

An exclusion zone will be implemented for the area while this work is being carried out.



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