Third-shout-in-36-hours-for-Tobermory-RNLI-crew

Byline: Tobermory RNLI’s volunteer crew launched to a report of an upturned dinghy off the Isle of Muck, their third shout in just over 36 hours.
Page Content: Tobermory’s Severn class all-weather lifeboat, Elizabeth Fairlie Ramsey, was launched at 0927 on Wednesday 3rd July following the sighting of an upturned dinghy south of Muck. On arrival at the scene, the volunteer crew discovered and righted an aluminium 14 foot dinghy with US Coastguard certification markings. The dinghy appeared to have been in the water for some time and also had what appeared to be bullet holes through the transom and sides. Stornoway Coastguard was informed of the situation and the lifeboat recovered the dinghy to Tobermory. The lifeboat was made ready for service at 1120. The Receiver of Wrecks has been notified.
Byline: Tobermory RNLI's volunteer crew launched to a report of an upturned dinghy off the Isle of Muck, their third shout in just over 36 hours.
Page Content: Tobermory's Severn class all-weather lifeboat, Elizabeth Fairlie Ramsey, was launched at 0927 on Wednesday 3rd July following the sighting of an upturned dinghy south of Muck. On arrival at the scene, the volunteer crew discovered and righted an aluminium 14 foot dinghy with US Coastguard certification markings. The dinghy appeared to have been in the water for some time and also had what appeared to be bullet holes through the transom and sides. Stornoway Coastguard was informed of the situation and the lifeboat recovered the dinghy to Tobermory. The lifeboat was made ready for service at 1120. The Receiver of Wrecks has been notified.