Incident Summary 2006

Total Number of Incidents for the year to date 131
Glossary of Terms
FAWGI = False Alarm With Good Intent, MoP = Member of the Public, NFA = No Further Action, MRCC = Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre,
HMCG, CG or MCA = Coastguard, CRT = Coastguard Rescue Team, ILB/ALB/LB = Lifeboats, MV = Motor Vessel, MB = Motor Boat, ML = Motor Launch,
FV = Fishing Vessel, PWC = Personal Water Craft ("Jet Ski"), RIB = Rigid Inflatable Boat, VLCC = Very Large Crude Carrier,
UKBF = UK Border Force
Incident No. Date of Incident Station Name Incident Summary Initiated by Lifeboat involved MCA MCA No.
6002 14/12/2006 NCI Portland Bill Opened early to assist search for survivors from FV. Skipper not found. MCA/HMCG No Yes
6003 12/12/2006 NCI Portland Bill Mobile phone msg of man overboard. Assisted search. Man not found MCA/HMCG No Yes
6004 11/12/2006 NCI Prawle Point Attended walker evacuated by Air Ambulance. (Partner now a w/kpr !) NCI No Yes
6005 16/11/2006 NCI Skegness Reported red container of engine oil on beach. Fire Brigade attended. NCI No No
6006 04/11/2006 NCI Holehaven CG requested assistance with disabled motor cruiser. Assisted. Nfa MCA/HMCG No Yes
6007 03/11/2006 NCI Prawle Point Reported yacht with loose anchor. CG advised yacht and thanked NCI NCI No Yes
6008 24/10/2006 NCI Bass Point Reported MV possibly NUC. CG Tug attended to tow in. NCI No Yes
6009 23/10/2006 NCI Teignmouth Reported capsized inflatable. ILB attended. Two casualties rescued NCI Yes Yes
6010 12/10/2006 NCI Skegness Assisted search for drifting object. Kayak located. ILB attended MCA/HMCG No No
6011 08/10/2006 NCI Southend Observed crewman landed with rucksack! CG reported innocent.NFA NCI No Yes
6012 01/10/2006 NCI Exmouth Reported windsurfer in danger. Both lifeboats launched. Surfer landed NCI No Yes
6013 30/09/2006 NCI Teignmouth Reported and monitored recovery of PWC aground. NCI No Yes
6014 27/09/2006 NCI Froward Point Monitored recovery by ALB of drifting FV MCA/HMCG Yes Yes
6015 27/09/2006 NCI Prawle Point CG requested search for lost MoP. One not validated. Found by police MCA/HMCG No Yes
6016 24/09/2006 NCI Exmouth Reported grounded yacht. Floated off. NFA NCI No Yes
6017 24/09/2006 NCI Exmouth Reported grounded yacht. Floated off. NFA NCI No Yes
6018 23/09/2006 NCI Bass Point Assisted location of yacht. Lone PoB lost overboard NCI No Yes
6019 09/09/2006 NCI Folkestone Assisted in ILB saving capsized dinghy. Thanked by HMCG MCA/HMCG No Yes
6020 08/09/2006 NCI Exmouth Reported kite surfer in difficulties. ILB launched. Casualty landed NCI Yes Yes
6021 08/09/2006 NCI Mundesley NCI relays MoP report of beach hut vandalism to police. NCI No No
6022 07/09/2006 NCI Exmouth Reported and monitored swimmer in danger. Came ashore. NFA NCI No Yes
6023 04/09/2006 NCI Skegness Reported child possibly drowning. Saved by MoP. Paramedic and Ambulance casevac arranged. NCI No No
6024 03/09/2006 NCI Mundesley NCI reports possible dinghy in difficulty. ILB attends. Object found to be drifting buoy NCI Yes Yes
6025 31/08/2006 NCI Stepper Point Monitored and reported disabled yacht MCA/HMCG No Yes
6026 29/08/2006 NCI Stepper Point Assisted lost MoP NCI No No
6027 27/08/2006 NCI Southend Reported inflatable in danger. RB2 attended and recovered to shore NCI No Yes
6028 27/08/2006 NCI Bass Point CG requested search for climbers. Found. ACG attends MCA/HMCG No Yes
6029 26/08/2006 NCI Stepper Point Assisted with updates on yacht in difficulty MCA/HMCG No Yes
6030 25/08/2006 NCI Stepper Point Assisted and transported lost MsoP to their vehicles NCI No No
6031 24/08/2006 NCI Stepper Point CG requested search for dinghy. Located and reported MCA/HMCG No Yes
6033 22/08/2006 NCI Skegness Assisted rescue of inflatable drifting seaward. ILB recovered. NCI No Yes
6032 22/08/2006 NCI Skegness Assisted ILB rescue of drifting inflatable. Congratulated by HMCG MCA/HMCG Yes Yes
6034 21/08/2006 NCI Portland Bill Reported yacht in PB Race. LB attended. NCI thanked NCI Yes Yes
6035 21/08/2006 NCI Skegness Requested by HMCG to search for missing vessel. Nothing sighted MCA/HMCG No Yes
6036 20/08/2006 NCI Southend Reported kitesurfer caught in boom. SRN RB1 attended NCI No Yes
6037 19/08/2006 NCI Portland Bill CG requested monitoring of u/s MB. MCA/HMCG No Yes
6038 17/08/2006 NCI Skegness Reported liquid container on beach. HMCG attended and removed. NCI No Yes
6039 16/08/2006 NCI St Ives CG requested monitoring tow of u/s yacht MCA/HMCG No Yes
6040 13/08/2006 NCI Stepper Point Requested to search for w/surfer. Air ambulance called MCA/HMCG No Yes
6041 13/08/2006 NCI Skegness Reported liquid container on beach. HMCG attended and removed. NCI No Yes


Currently 56 NCI stations are operational and manned by over 2500 volunteers keeping watch around the British Isles from Rossall  Point in the North West, through Wales, to the South and East of England to Hornsea in the East Riding of Yorkshire. 

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