St Davids RNLI Lifeboat Station
Shouts 2019 ALB = All-weather Lifeboat - 16-26 Tamar ‘Norah Wortley’ ILB = Inshore Lifeboat  - D-704  ‘Myrtle & Trevor Gurr’ 24th July 2019 - Crew Paged St Davids lifeboat crew were paged at about 3.25pm following reports to the coastguard that a man was trying to climb down the cliff between Abereiddi and Porthgain to rescue his dog.  The call was cancelled before launch as the man returned to the clifftop and the dog swam ashore. 23rd July 2019 - Both Boats Both of St Davids lifeboats were tasked at 4.05pm, along with the Fishguard all-weather lifeboat and St Davids coastguars, to search for three kayakers reported overdue aby 1½ hours from Abereiddi.  The lifeboats proceeded to search from Whitesands towards Abereiddi in thivk fog (10m visibility) and a heavy groundswell.  Fortunately the kayakers were located at Traethllyfn and all units were released.  rehoused at 4.40pm. 23rd July 2019 - ILB St Davids inshore lifeboat launched at 3.35pm to reports of a speedboat aground in thick fog in Whitesands Bay.  On arrival on scene it was found that the owner had managed to refloat his vessel and proceeded to Porthclais.  The ILB was then tasked to a second incident. 17th July 2019 - ALB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 7.42pm to assist a 11m yacht with 4 people on board in a position about 9 miles WNW of St Davids Head.  Three of the crew were severely sea sick and the skipper was unfamiliar with the area and could not continue to Milford Haven.  The lifeboat escorted the yacht and crew to safety at St Justinians and rehoused at 10.25pm. 9th July 2019 - Both Boats St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 7.18pm to a 13m passenger vessel which was rapidly taking on water about 3 miles west of St Davids Head.  Two local passenger boats were nearby and were able to take of the 21 passengers and lan them at St Justinians.  Two lifeboat crew and a salvage pump were put onto the vesel which was then taken under tow back to St Justinians where the casualty was beached with the assistance of St Davids inshore lifeboat.  Rehoused at 9.25pm.  Fishguard all-weather lifeboat, a rescue helicopter and St Davids coastguards were also in attendance. You can find a video … here.  (Picture: Fishguard RNLI) 8th July 2019 - Medical Evacuation The ILB crew were paged at 11.50am to attend the station to assist the coxswain to provide casualty care for a man who had collapsed at the boathouse.  The man was handed over into the care of an ambulance and taken to Withybush Hospital for further treatment.  Incident ended at 1.10pm. 4th July 2019 - Crew Assembly The all-weather lifeboat crew were paged at 1.43pm to assist St Davids coastguard to find an injured person somewhere in the Ramsey Sound and Whitesands Bay area. However, as the crew mustered at the station the launch was cancelled as the woman was located by the coastguards near St Justinians. 30th June 2019 - ALB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched about 2.45pm to support Little Haven inshore lifeboat which was launching for two boys cut off by the tide at Newgale beach.  Broad Haven coastguards and the coastguard rescue helicopter from St Athan were also tasked.  Whilst passing Solva harbour the lifeboat was stood down as the Little Haven crew had been able to confirm that the boys has ben assisted to safety by RNLI lifeguards from Newgale North.  Rehoused 3.40pm. 9th June 2019 - ILB St Davids inshore lifeboat launched at 2.28pm to recover a dog which had fallen about 15m down the cliff at St John’s Point.  Fortunately the dog only had some minor cuts and bruises.  The ILB crew recovered the dog from the rocks and landed it back at the lifeboat station where it’s owner was waiting to see him.  Rehoused about 2.50pm. 3rd June 2019 - ALB and ILB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 3.30pm to a person reported fallen from the cliff near Solva.  Once on scene two of the lifeboat crew went ashore in the Y-boat to provide casualty care and were joined about 15 minutes later by the winchman from Rescue Helicopter 187 from St Athan.  St Davids and Little Haven inshore lifeboats were tasked at 5.15pm to assist with evacuating the person to Solva harbour.  Unfortunately the person did not survive the fall.  The lifeboats rehoused at 6.35pm. 22nd May 2019 - ALB St Davids All Weather Lifeboat launched on service at 5.40pm May 22nd to reports of 2 people stuck at the base of the cliff near Abercastle. On arrival at 6.02pm the Y-boat was launched for a shoreline search, during the search the casualties were spotted 80ft up the cliff face. The lifeboat stood by until Rescue Helicopter 187 air lifted the casualties to safety where St Davids and Fishguard Coastguard Rescue Teams were also on scene. The volunteer crew returned to station and were ready for service at 7.15pm. 11th May 2019 - ALB St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat Norah Wortley was launched at 11:48am on Saturday (11th May) to a kayaker reportedly in the water. The kayaker was seen from the coastal path hanging on to the sea kayak approximately five miles north of the station off the coast of Traeth-Llyn beach. The all-weather lifeboat arrived 15 minutes after the launching and located the casualty who had already been in the water for at least 40 minutes. The volunteer crew brought him on board and administered casualty care, treating him for hypothermia and possible secondary drowning. Once stabilised and in warm dry clothing it was decided to return the casualty to the lifeboat station for further monitoring. After a period of monitoring it was decided he was fit to leave and was dropped back at his campsite. St Davids Lifeboat was ready for service again at 1:05pm. There is a video of this rescue … here. 2nd May 2019 - ILB St Davids RNLI inshore lifeboat launched yesterday (Thursday 2 May) at 2:05pm to two young kayakers struggling in the tide in Ramsey Sound. The kayakers had come from Whitesands Beach and although were not in immediate danger the tide was close to turning which would have made it more difficult to get back to the beach. St Davids volunteer crew assisted the pair back to Whitesands and handed them over to the care of St Davids Coastguard Rescue Team. RNLI Station Mechanic Judd Kohler said: 'We'd like to remind people that if they see someone they think is in difficulty, immediately call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.' The lifeboat returned to station at 2.40pm. 23rd April 2019 - ALB and ILB St Davids RNLI all-weather and inshore lifeboats were launched at 8.11am on Tuesday 23 April to four kayakers in difficulties in Ramsey Sound. The lifeboats were launched after HM Coastguards received a call from the kayakers to say that one of the kayaks had been holed by rocks on the Bitches reef and was rapidly filling with water - they would be unable to return to the mainland so were attempting to get to Ramsey Island. However, the strong tides prevented them from reaching the island and they had to scramble onto the reef to await assistance. The all-weather lifeboat arrived on scene around five minutes after launching and got close enough to the kayakers to ensure they did not need medical assistance. The kayakers were then escorted from the reef to the all-weather lifeboat by the stations’ inshore lifeboat. The kayaks and their occupants were then taken aboard the lifeboat and brought back to St Justinians where they were landed onto the beach. Both lifeboats returned to station and were rehoused at about 8.45am. See a video of the rescue … here. 17 April 2019 - ALB The volunteer crew of St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat “Norah Wortley” undertook a five hour rescue of a 7.5m yacht which needed assistance about 13 miles west of St Davids Head.  The lifeboat launched at 3.15pm on Wednesday 17th April to the 2-person crew of the yacht which had power failure and was unable to make headway under sail against the tide.   The lifeboat took about half an hour to reach the vessel which was then taken in tow to Milford Haven marina, arriving at 8.15pm.  The lifeboat returned to station at 9.25pm. 10 April 2019 - ALB St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat Norah Wortley launched at 5.12pm on the 10th of April to assist a 37-foot yacht with power failure and a fault with its rigging. Angle’s Tamar class lifeboat launched at 5:27pm to assist St Davids in the tow. The vessel, with one person on board was four miles south of Ramsey Island when the lifeboat was alerted. The yacht’s skipper decided to attempt to sail to Milford Haven and was off the western side of Skomer Island when the lifeboat reached the vessel. A volunteer crew member from St Davids RNLI was put aboard and a towline passed. St Davids lifeboat towed the vessel to St Ann’s Head where the tow was passed to the Angle RNLI lifeboat which then took the yacht to Neyland Marina. St Davids lifeboat returned to station at 7.05pm and Angle RNLI volunteers returned to station an hour later at 8:24pm. Picture:  Angle lifeboat arrives with St Davids lifeboat and tow near St Ann’s Head. it’s injuries.  Rehoused at 2.15pm.
© David John and St Davids RNLI 2017.    The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is a charity registered in England and Wales (209603)
Shouts 2019 ALB = All-weather Lifeboat - 16-26 Tamar ‘Norah Wortley’ ILB = Inshore Lifeboat  - D-704  ‘Myrtle & Trevor Gurr’ 24th July 2019 - Crew Paged St Davids lifeboat crew were paged at about 3.25pm following reports to the coastguard that a man was trying to climb down the cliff between Abereiddi and Porthgain to rescue his dog.  The call was cancelled before launch as the man returned to the clifftop and the dog swam ashore. 23rd July 2019 - Both Boats Both of St Davids lifeboats were tasked at 4.05pm, along with the Fishguard all-weather lifeboat and St Davids coastguars, to search for three kayakers reported overdue aby 1½ hours from Abereiddi.  The lifeboats proceeded to search from Whitesands towards Abereiddi in thivk fog (10m visibility) and a heavy groundswell.  Fortunately the kayakers were located at Traethllyfn and all units were released.  rehoused at 4.40pm. 23rd July 2019 - ILB St Davids inshore lifeboat launched at 3.35pm to reports of a speedboat aground in thick fog in Whitesands Bay.  On arrival on scene it was found that the owner had managed to refloat his vessel and proceeded to Porthclais.  The ILB was then tasked to a second incident. 17th July 2019 - ALB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 7.42pm to assist a 11m yacht with 4 people on board in a position about 9 miles WNW of St Davids Head.  Three of the crew were severely sea sick and the skipper was unfamiliar with the area and could not continue to Milford Haven.  The lifeboat escorted the yacht and crew to safety at St Justinians and rehoused at 10.25pm. 9th July 2019 - Both Boats St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 7.18pm to a 13m passenger vessel which was rapidly taking on water about 3 miles west of St Davids Head.  Two local passenger boats were nearby and were able to take of the 21 passengers and lan them at St Justinians.  Two lifeboat crew and a salvage pump were put onto the vesel which was then taken under tow back to St Justinians where the casualty was beached with the assistance of St Davids inshore lifeboat.  Rehoused at 9.25pm.  Fishguard all-weather lifeboat, a rescue helicopter and St Davids coastguards were also in attendance. You can find a video … here.  (Picture: Fishguard RNLI) 8th July 2019 - Medical Evacuation The ILB crew were paged at 11.50am to attend the station to assist the coxswain to provide casualty care for a man who had collapsed at the boathouse.  The man was handed over into the care of an ambulance and taken to Withybush Hospital for further treatment.  Incident ended at 1.10pm. 4th July 2019 - Crew Assembly The all-weather lifeboat crew were paged at 1.43pm to assist St Davids coastguard to find an injured person somewhere in the Ramsey Sound and Whitesands Bay area. However, as the crew mustered at the station the launch was cancelled as the woman was located by the coastguards near St Justinians. 30th June 2019 - ALB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched about 2.45pm to support Little Haven inshore lifeboat which was launching for two boys cut off by the tide at Newgale beach.  Broad Haven coastguards and the coastguard rescue helicopter from St Athan were also tasked.  Whilst passing Solva harbour the lifeboat was stood down as the Little Haven crew had been able to confirm that the boys has ben assisted to safety by RNLI lifeguards from Newgale North.  Rehoused 3.40pm. 9th June 2019 - ILB St Davids inshore lifeboat launched at 2.28pm to recover a dog which had fallen about 15m down the cliff at St John’s Point.  Fortunately the dog only had some minor cuts and bruises.  The ILB crew recovered the dog from the rocks and landed it back at the lifeboat station where it’s owner was waiting to see him.  Rehoused about 2.50pm. 3rd June 2019 - ALB and ILB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 3.30pm to a person reported fallen from the cliff near Solva.  Once on scene two of the lifeboat crew went ashore in the Y-boat to provide casualty care and were joined about 15 minutes later by the winchman from Rescue Helicopter 187 from St Athan.  St Davids and Little Haven inshore lifeboats were tasked at 5.15pm to assist with evacuating the person to Solva harbour.  Unfortunately the person did not survive the fall.  The lifeboats rehoused at 6.35pm. 22nd May 2019 - ALB St Davids All Weather Lifeboat launched on service at 5.40pm May 22nd to reports of 2 people stuck at the base of the cliff near Abercastle. On arrival at 6.02pm the Y-boat was launched for a shoreline search, during the search the casualties were spotted 80ft up the cliff face. The lifeboat stood by until Rescue Helicopter 187 air lifted the casualties to safety where St Davids and Fishguard Coastguard Rescue Teams were also on scene. The volunteer crew returned to station and were ready for service at 7.15pm. 11th May 2019 - ALB St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat Norah Wortley was launched at 11:48am on Saturday (11th May) to a kayaker reportedly in the water. The kayaker was seen from the coastal path hanging on to the sea kayak approximately five miles north of the station off the coast of Traeth-Llyn beach. The all-weather lifeboat arrived 15 minutes after the launching and located the casualty who had already been in the water for at least 40 minutes. The volunteer crew brought him on board and administered casualty care, treating him for hypothermia and possible secondary drowning. Once stabilised and in warm dry clothing it was decided to return the casualty to the lifeboat station for further monitoring. After a period of monitoring it was decided he was fit to leave and was dropped back at his campsite. St Davids Lifeboat was ready for service again at 1:05pm. There is a video of this rescue … here. 2nd May 2019 - ILB St Davids RNLI inshore lifeboat launched yesterday (Thursday 2 May) at 2:05pm to two young kayakers struggling in the tide in Ramsey Sound. The kayakers had come from Whitesands Beach and although were not in immediate danger the tide was close to turning which would have made it more difficult to get back to the beach. St Davids volunteer crew assisted the pair back to Whitesands and handed them over to the care of St Davids Coastguard Rescue Team. RNLI Station Mechanic Judd Kohler said: 'We'd like to remind people that if they see someone they think is in difficulty, immediately call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.' The lifeboat returned to station at 2.40pm. 23rd April 2019 - ALB and ILB St Davids RNLI all-weather and inshore lifeboats were launched at 8.11am on Tuesday 23 April to four kayakers in difficulties in Ramsey Sound. The lifeboats were launched after HM Coastguards received a call from the kayakers to say that one of the kayaks had been holed by rocks on the Bitches reef and was rapidly filling with water - they would be unable to return to the mainland so were attempting to get to Ramsey Island. However, the strong tides prevented them from reaching the island and they had to scramble onto the reef to await assistance. The all-weather lifeboat arrived on scene around five minutes after launching and got close enough to the kayakers to ensure they did not need medical assistance. The kayakers were then escorted from the reef to the all-weather lifeboat by the stations’ inshore lifeboat. The kayaks and their occupants were then taken aboard the lifeboat and brought back to St Justinians where they were landed onto the beach. Both lifeboats returned to station and were rehoused at about 8.45am. See a video of the rescue … here. 17 April 2019 - ALB The volunteer crew of St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat “Norah Wortley” undertook a five hour rescue of a 7.5m yacht which needed assistance about 13 miles west of St Davids Head.  The lifeboat launched at 3.15pm on Wednesday 17th April to the 2-person crew of the yacht which had power failure and was unable to make headway under sail against the tide.   The lifeboat took about half an hour to reach the vessel which was then taken in tow to Milford Haven marina, arriving at 8.15pm.  The lifeboat returned to station at 9.25pm. 10 April 2019 - ALB St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat Norah Wortley launched at 5.12pm on the 10th of April to assist a 37- foot yacht with power failure and a fault with its rigging. Angle’s Tamar class lifeboat launched at 5:27pm to assist St Davids in the tow. The vessel, with one person on board was four miles south of Ramsey Island when the lifeboat was alerted. The yacht’s skipper decided to attempt to sail to Milford Haven and was off the western side of Skomer Island when the lifeboat reached the vessel. A volunteer crew member from St Davids RNLI was put aboard and a towline passed. St Davids lifeboat towed the vessel to St Ann’s Head where the tow was passed to the Angle RNLI lifeboat which then took the yacht to Neyland Marina. St Davids lifeboat returned to station at 7.05pm and Angle RNLI volunteers returned to station an hour later at 8:24pm. Picture:  Angle lifeboat arrives with St Davids lifeboat and tow near St Ann’s Head. it’s injuries.  Rehoused at 2.15pm.
Copyright:  David John and St Davids RNLI 2017. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is a charity registered in England and Wales (209603)
Shouts 2019 ALB = All-weather Lifeboat - 16-26 Tamar ‘Norah Wortley’ ILB = Inshore Lifeboat  - D-704  ‘Myrtle & Trevor Gurr’ 24th July 2019 - Crew Paged St Davids lifeboat crew were paged at about 3.25pm following reports to the coastguard that a man was trying to climb down the cliff between Abereiddi and Porthgain to rescue his dog.  The call was cancelled before launch as the man returned to the clifftop and the dog swam ashore. 23rd July 2019 - Both Boats Both of St Davids lifeboats were tasked at 4.05pm, along with the Fishguard all-weather lifeboat and St Davids coastguars, to search for three kayakers reported overdue aby 1½ hours from Abereiddi.  The lifeboats proceeded to search from Whitesands towards Abereiddi in thivk fog (10m visibility) and a heavy groundswell.  Fortunately the kayakers were located at Traethllyfn and all units were released.  rehoused at 4.40pm. 23rd July 2019 - ILB St Davids inshore lifeboat launched at 3.35pm to reports of a speedboat aground in thick fog in Whitesands Bay.  On arrival on scene it was found that the owner had managed to refloat his vessel and proceeded to Porthclais.  The ILB was then tasked to a second incident. 17th July 2019 - ALB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 7.42pm to assist a 11m yacht with 4 people on board in a position about 9 miles WNW of St Davids Head.  Three of the crew were severely sea sick and the skipper was unfamiliar with the area and could not continue to Milford Haven.  The lifeboat escorted the yacht and crew to safety at St Justinians and rehoused at 10.25pm. 9th July 2019 - Both Boats St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 7.18pm to a 13m passenger vessel which was rapidly taking on water about 3 miles west of St Davids Head.  Two local passenger boats were nearby and were able to take of the 21 passengers and lan them at St Justinians.  Two lifeboat crew and a salvage pump were put onto the vesel which was then taken under tow back to St Justinians where the casualty was beached with the assistance of St Davids inshore lifeboat.  Rehoused at 9.25pm.  Fishguard all- weather lifeboat, a rescue helicopter and St Davids coastguards were also in attendance. You can find a video … here.  (Picture: Fishguard RNLI) 8th July 2019 - Medical Evacuation The ILB crew were paged at 11.50am to attend the station to assist the coxswain to provide casualty care for a man who had collapsed at the boathouse.  The man was handed over into the care of an ambulance and taken to Withybush Hospital for further treatment.  Incident ended at 1.10pm. 4th July 2019 - Crew Assembly The all-weather lifeboat crew were paged at 1.43pm to assist St Davids coastguard to find an injured person somewhere in the Ramsey Sound and Whitesands Bay area. However, as the crew mustered at the station the launch was cancelled as the woman was located by the coastguards near St Justinians. 30th June 2019 - ALB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched about 2.45pm to support Little Haven inshore lifeboat which was launching for two boys cut off by the tide at Newgale beach.  Broad Haven coastguards and the coastguard rescue helicopter from St Athan were also tasked.  Whilst passing Solva harbour the lifeboat was stood down as the Little Haven crew had been able to confirm that the boys has ben assisted to safety by RNLI lifeguards from Newgale North.  Rehoused 3.40pm. 9th June 2019 - ILB St Davids inshore lifeboat launched at 2.28pm to recover a dog which had fallen about 15m down the cliff at St John’s Point.  Fortunately the dog only had some minor cuts and bruises.  The ILB crew recovered the dog from the rocks and landed it back at the lifeboat station where it’s owner was waiting to see him.  Rehoused about 2.50pm. 3rd June 2019 - ALB and ILB St Davids all-weather lifeboat launched at 3.30pm to a person reported fallen from the cliff near Solva.  Once on scene two of the lifeboat crew went ashore in the Y-boat to provide casualty care and were joined about 15 minutes later by the winchman from Rescue Helicopter 187 from St Athan.  St Davids and Little Haven inshore lifeboats were tasked at 5.15pm to assist with evacuating the person to Solva harbour.  Unfortunately the person did not survive the fall.  The lifeboats rehoused at 6.35pm. 22nd May 2019 - ALB St Davids All Weather Lifeboat launched on service at 5.40pm May 22nd to reports of 2 people stuck at the base of the cliff near Abercastle. On arrival at 6.02pm the Y-boat was launched for a shoreline search, during the search the casualties were spotted 80ft up the cliff face. The lifeboat stood by until Rescue Helicopter 187 air lifted the casualties to safety where St Davids and Fishguard Coastguard Rescue Teams were also on scene. The volunteer crew returned to station and were ready for service at 7.15pm. 11th May 2019 - ALB St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat Norah Wortley was launched at 11:48am on Saturday (11th May) to a kayaker reportedly in the water. The kayaker was seen from the coastal path hanging on to the sea kayak approximately five miles north of the station off the coast of Traeth-Llyn beach. The all-weather lifeboat arrived 15 minutes after the launching and located the casualty who had already been in the water for at least 40 minutes. The volunteer crew brought him on board and administered casualty care, treating him for hypothermia and possible secondary drowning. Once stabilised and in warm dry clothing it was decided to return the casualty to the lifeboat station for further monitoring. After a period of monitoring it was decided he was fit to leave and was dropped back at his campsite. St Davids Lifeboat was ready for service again at 1:05pm. There is a video of this rescue … here. 2nd May 2019 - ILB St Davids RNLI inshore lifeboat launched yesterday (Thursday 2 May) at 2:05pm to two young kayakers struggling in the tide in Ramsey Sound. The kayakers had come from Whitesands Beach and although were not in immediate danger the tide was close to turning which would have made it more difficult to get back to the beach. St Davids volunteer crew assisted the pair back to Whitesands and handed them over to the care of St Davids Coastguard Rescue Team. RNLI Station Mechanic Judd Kohler said: 'We'd like to remind people that if they see someone they think is in difficulty, immediately call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.' The lifeboat returned to station at 2.40pm. 23rd April 2019 - ALB and ILB St Davids RNLI all-weather and inshore lifeboats were launched at 8.11am on Tuesday 23 April to four kayakers in difficulties in Ramsey Sound. The lifeboats were launched after HM Coastguards received a call from the kayakers to say that one of the kayaks had been holed by rocks on the Bitches reef and was rapidly filling with water - they would be unable to return to the mainland so were attempting to get to Ramsey Island. However, the strong tides prevented them from reaching the island and they had to scramble onto the reef to await assistance. The all-weather lifeboat arrived on scene around five minutes after launching and got close enough to the kayakers to ensure they did not need medical assistance. The kayakers were then escorted from the reef to the all-weather lifeboat by the stations’ inshore lifeboat. The kayaks and their occupants were then taken aboard the lifeboat and brought back to St Justinians where they were landed onto the beach. Both lifeboats returned to station and were rehoused at about 8.45am. See a video of the rescue … here. 17 April 2019 - ALB The volunteer crew of St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat “Norah Wortley” undertook a five hour rescue of a 7.5m yacht which needed assistance about 13 miles west of St Davids Head.  The lifeboat launched at 3.15pm on Wednesday 17th April to the 2-person crew of the yacht which had power failure and was unable to make headway under sail against the tide.   The lifeboat took about half an hour to reach the vessel which was then taken in tow to Milford Haven marina, arriving at 8.15pm.  The lifeboat returned to station at 9.25pm. 10 April 2019 - ALB St Davids RNLI all-weather lifeboat Norah Wortley launched at 5.12pm on the 10th of April to assist a 37-foot yacht with power failure and a fault with its rigging. Angle’s Tamar class lifeboat launched at 5:27pm to assist St Davids in the tow. The vessel, with one person on board was four miles south of Ramsey Island when the lifeboat was alerted. The yacht’s skipper decided to attempt to sail to Milford Haven and was off the western side of Skomer Island when the lifeboat reached the vessel. A volunteer crew member from St Davids RNLI was put aboard and a towline passed. St Davids lifeboat towed the vessel to St Ann’s Head where the tow was passed to the Angle RNLI lifeboat which then took the yacht to Neyland Marina. St Davids lifeboat returned to station at 7.05pm and Angle RNLI volunteers returned to station an hour later at 8:24pm. Picture:  Angle lifeboat arrives with St Davids lifeboat and tow near St Ann’s Head. it’s injuries.  Rehoused at 2.15pm.
St Davids RNLI Lifeboat Station
Copyright:  David John and St Davids RNLI 2017. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is a charity registered in England and Wales (209603)