The-busy-period-continues-for-Rhyls-RNLI-lifeboat-volunteers

Byline: 3 callouts for the Inshore lifeboat, and 1 for the All-weather lifeboat
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The crew of Rhyl’s lifeboats thought that the midweek lull would give them some respite from the many callouts they have had in the last week. This, however, was not to be.

The Inshore lifeboat had 3 callouts, and the All-weather lifeboat 1 callout, from  children in difficulty in the water off Prestatyn; to a Jetskier broken down, and finally a windsurfer 1 mile out at Llandulas with a broken sail. Further details can be found on www.rhyl-lifeboat.co.uk/ILBsvce2014.htm  under 30/7/2014. The last callout was the first command for deputy 2nd Coxswain Andrew Wilde, some 7 miles west of the station.

It is hoped that videos of our latest rescues will be available by 31/7/2014. Details also available on our twitter and facebook sites @rhyllifeboat.

 

 

Byline: 3 callouts for the Inshore lifeboat, and 1 for the All-weather lifeboat
Page Content:

The crew of Rhyl's lifeboats thought that the midweek lull would give them some respite from the many callouts they have had in the last week. This, however, was not to be.

The Inshore lifeboat had 3 callouts, and the All-weather lifeboat 1 callout, from  children in difficulty in the water off Prestatyn; to a Jetskier broken down, and finally a windsurfer 1 mile out at Llandulas with a broken sail. Further details can be found on www.rhyl-lifeboat.co.uk/ILBsvce2014.htm  under 30/7/2014. The last callout was the first command for deputy 2nd Coxswain Andrew Wilde, some 7 miles west of the station.

It is hoped that videos of our latest rescues will be available by 31/7/2014. Details also available on our twitter and facebook sites @rhyllifeboat.