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Services 2004 -1

Teesmouth LifeboatSupporters Association

Teesmouth lifeboat Supporters Association are not part of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution

Services 2004

22nd. November.

Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboat launched at 1155hrs to assist the "Sea Queen" who was disabled and aground 100 metres north of the lifeboat station with a rope around their propeller. A tow rope was passed at the first attempt and the casualty was pulled clear of the shore and safely berthed on his own mooring in Paddy's Hole by 1235hrs.

Wind W 5-6 Visibility Good Sea state 1 metre.

18th. November.

Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboat launched at 0059hrs after a request from Humber Coastguard to relieve Hartlepool Lifeboat searching for a 36 foot fishing boat reported missing from Tynemouth. A major air sea search was carried out with Tynemouth, Hartlepool and Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboats and Sunderland, Hartlepool, Redcar, Staithes and Whitby Inshore Lifeboats, along with air support from a Nimrod aircraft, Rescue 131 helicopter and police spotter plane.

Teesmouth lifeboat returned to station at 1830hrs.

Wind WNW 4-5 Visibility Good Sea state 2-3-4 metres.

14th. November.

Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboat was launched at 1616hrs to a small fishing vessel with 4 persons on board. The casualty had requested assistance via Redcar Coastwatch who passed the request to Humber Coastguard, after they had broken down approx 1 mile south of Tees Fairway Buoy. The lifeboat escorted the casualty to South Gare Marine Club slipway after getting their engine re-started.

Wind SW 4-5 Visibility Good Sea state 1 - 2 metres.

9th. November.

Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboat was on routine exercise when they were requested by Cleveland Police to attend to a person in the water at Redcar. The lifeboat proceeded at full speed but were stood down 15minutes later after the person walked out of the water.

Wind SW 4-5 Visibility Good Sea state 1 - 2 metres.

26th. October.

Assembly Only. Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboat was alerted by Humber Coastguard at 0745hrs to the fishing vessel "Sea Queen" disabled at North Gare with a rope around their propeller. Before the lifeboat could launch the fishery protection vessel "North Eastern Guardian" had freed the rope.

28th. September.

Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboat was on a routine exercise when requested by Humber Coastguard to investigate a report of red flares at Beacon Hill near Seaham. The lifeboat proceeded at full speed but was stood down after 30minutes when it became apparent the flare had been fired from the shore.

Wind SW 3-4 Visibility Good Sea state 0.5 to 1 metre.

10th. September.

Assembly Only. Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboat was requested to proceed to Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge where a number of Pro Hunt supporters were scaling the structure. Cleveland Police talked the people down before the lifeboat launched.

29th August

At 1450 the Teesmouth All Weather Lifeboat which was already at sea on exercise was tasked by the Teesmouth Operations Manager to proceed, and stand-by, until the arrival of the Redcar Inshore Lifeboat, to an incident involving a windsurfer, who was reported to be in difficulties off Majuba Beach Redcar.

1506 confirmation was received that the windsurfer was now safely ashore. Teesmouth ALB resumed its exercise in Tees Bay.

Wind: SW 28 Knots Sea: Moderate

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