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Posts from the ‘Killaloe Coast Guard Unit’ Category

11
Apr

Fresh hopes for dolphins in Bunratty

From Clare Herald Dolphins pictured in the Ratty River Calls have been made for three dolphins which have taken up residence in Co Clare river, to be left alone so that they can return to the Shannon Estuary, Pat Flynn writes.The three mammals were discovered close to the old bridge over the Ratty River in Bunratty on Sunday evening.Concerned for their wellbeing, members of the public
11
Apr

Fresh hopes for dolphins in Bunratty

From Clare Herald Dolphins pictured in the Ratty River Calls have been made for three dolphins which have taken up residence in Co Clare river, to be left alone so that they can return to the Shannon Estuary, Pat Flynn writes.The three mammals were discovered close to the old bridge over the Ratty River in Bunratty on Sunday evening.Concerned for their wellbeing, members of the public
31
Mar

Dolphins Stranded at Bunratty

Killaloe coastguard were tasked to Bunratty where 3 common Dolphins were caught above Bunratty bridge due to low tide. Valentia Coast Guard Radio had concerns that members of the public would try to enter the water in an attempt to rescue them and endanger their own safety. When Killaloe Coast Guard arrived the Dolphins were in a deep pool of water above Bunratty bridge, they had tryed to pass
31
Mar

Dolphins Stranded at Bunratty

Killaloe coastguard were tasked to Bunratty where 3 common Dolphins were caught above Bunratty bridge due to low tide. Valentia Coast Guard Radio had concerns that members of the public would try to enter the water in an attempt to rescue them and endanger their own safety. When Killaloe Coast Guard arrived the Dolphins were in a deep pool of water above Bunratty bridge, they had tryed to pass
9
Jan

Special Notice to Mariners on the Shannon System

Waterways Ireland is the guardian of Ireland's inland navigation's  their mission is to provide a high quality recreational environment, on the waterways in their care, for the benefit of all. General Information and Marine Notices For general information about the waterways and routine marine notices please consult the Waterways Ireland website at www.waterwaysireland.org.  Registration
2
Nov

26′ Cruiser Taking on Water

Killaloe Coast Guard Unit was tasked to a 26' Timber Cabin Cruiser that had run aground between O'Briens Bridge and Clonlara and was taking on water. The Skipper owner and three children were taken to safety. All nearly 3.5 hours using coast guard salvage pumps all efforts to re float the boat failed. 23/2012 02/11/2012 Weather Dark/Cold/ 4deg
2
Nov

26′ Cruiser Taking on Water

Killaloe Coast Guard Unit was tasked to a 26' Timber Cabin Cruiser that had run aground between O'Briens Bridge and Clonlara and was taking on water. The Skipper owner and three children were taken to safety. All nearly 3.5 hours using coast guard salvage pumps all efforts to re float the boat failed. 23/2012 02/11/2012 Weather Dark/Cold/ 4deg
18
Oct

Aircraft ELT Beacons Located

Killaloe Coast Guard Unit after over eight hours searching located three active emergency beacons, ELT's in the O'Brien's Bridge area. The Local Killaloe Unit of the Irish Coast Guard wish to advice all owners of emergency beacons, ELT or EPIRB to keep them in a dry cool area and make sure that  batteries are fully charged. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Distress radio beacons,
18
Oct

Aircraft ELT Beacons Located

Killaloe Coast Guard Unit after over eight hours searching located three active emergency beacons, ELT's in the O'Brien's Bridge area. The Local Killaloe Unit of the Irish Coast Guard wish to advice all owners of emergency beacons, ELT or EPIRB to keep them in a dry cool area and make sure that  batteries are fully charged. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Distress radio beacons,
18
Oct

Search Continues

Killaloe Coast Guard Unit & Rescue 115 the Irish Coast Guard Rescue Helicopter from Shannon have resumed a search for an active aircraft alert beacon signal somewhere in the O'Brien's Bridge Area in Co Clare. It is unknown at this stage as to the nature however all activation's of emergency transponders must be fully investigated . 23/2012 18/10/2012 10:00 Oct 18, 2012 8:30 AM