Archive for category: Call Reports

  • First shout for our new lifeboat

    First shout for our new lifeboat

    Call Reports June 9, 2016 12:17 pm no comments

    Our new Atlantic 85 lifeboat Renee Sherman arrived on Monday 16th May. Following a week of intensive training  for all our volunteer crew, she officially became Littlehampton lifeboat. At 0:40am on Friday 27th May Renee launched following a call from West Sussex Police to the coastguard. The lifeboat headed out in the […]

     
  • Shout! Capsized dinghy in trouble

    Shout! Capsized dinghy in trouble

    Call Reports June 9, 2016 11:55 am no comments

    Our new Atlantic lifeboat Renee Sherman has been busy since she arrived at the station. On Monday 30th May a member of the public called the coastguard. They had seen a capsized dinghy with a person in the water, about a mile south of Rustington. The Atlantic 85 Renee Sherman […]

     
  • May Day Bank Holiday Weekend

    May Day Bank Holiday Weekend

    Call Reports May 14, 2016 10:20 am no comments

    With the hottest weekend of the year tempting dozens out on the water, it became a busy weekend for for the volunteer crews from Littlehampton RNLI. At 6.21pm on Saturday 30 April, Littlehampton RNLI’s Atlantic 75 Blue Peter 1 lifeboat and volunteer crew launched in response to a call from […]

     
  • April Shout Round-up

    April Shout Round-up

    Call Reports, News April 25, 2016 5:09 pm no comments

    So far in April, Littlehampton RNLI have been called out to two incidents. The first was on Saturday 2nd April at 12:42pm when a dinghy with a man onboard became stuck on the bar just west of the harbour entrance. The D-Class Ray of Hope was paged and the dinghy […]

     
  • Yacht aground on Bognor Rocks

    Yacht aground on Bognor Rocks

    Call Reports, Uncategorized March 25, 2016 11:40 am no comments

    The crew was paged shortly after 5pm on Wednesday 23rd March 2016, and Andy Harris, Rob Devo and Richard Winstanley launched aboard D-769 Ray of Hope just before low water on a spring tide, which means that there was almost no depth on the bar at the harbour entrance. The […]