Helensburgh-RNLI-Lifeboat-rescues-man-from-water-at-Blairvadach

Byline: At 1331 hours on Sunday 15th September, 2013 Belfast Coastguard requested the launch of Helensburgh RNLI Lifeboat after receiving a report that there was a man hanging onto a boat in the moorings at the Blairvadach Sailing Centre, Gareloch.
Page Content: After launching at 1338 hours, the lifeboat crew proceeded to the area where they located a man hanging onto the upturned hull of a partially deflated rubber dinghy.  The lifeboat crew landed the man and his dinghy on the slip at the Sailing Centre.  The Helensburgh Coastguard Rescue Team confirmed that the man did not require medical attention.  The lifeboat crew returned to station and reported ready for service again at 1400 hours.
Byline: At 1331 hours on Sunday 15th September, 2013 Belfast Coastguard requested the launch of Helensburgh RNLI Lifeboat after receiving a report that there was a man hanging onto a boat in the moorings at the Blairvadach Sailing Centre, Gareloch.
Page Content: After launching at 1338 hours, the lifeboat crew proceeded to the area where they located a man hanging onto the upturned hull of a partially deflated rubber dinghy.  The lifeboat crew landed the man and his dinghy on the slip at the Sailing Centre.  The Helensburgh Coastguard Rescue Team confirmed that the man did not require medical attention.  The lifeboat crew returned to station and reported ready for service again at 1400 hours.