Incident Summary

The Total Number of Incidents since we started recording them can be found by selecting '-Year' from the Year filter : 4734
Alternatively select a specific year to see how many Incidents were reported for that Year.
Glossary of Terms
FAWGI = False Alarm With Good Intent, MoP = Member of the Public, NFA = No Further Action, HMCG, CG or MCA = Coastguard,
CRT = Coastguard Rescue Team, CGOC = Coast Guard Operations Centre, ILB/ALB/LB = Lifeboats, MV = Motor Vessel, MB = Motor Boat,
ML = Motor Launch, FV = Fishing Vessel, PB = Power Boat, 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.
6127 27/01/2006 NCI Penzance Reported MFV in difficulties. ALB attended MCA/HMCG Yes Yes
6128 16/01/2006 NCI Exmouth Brixham CG requested observation of Windsurfer MCA/HMCG No Yes
6129 12/01/2006 NCI Newhaven CG requested to check report of upturned boat. It was a tree. MCA/HMCG No Yes
6130 10/01/2006 NCI Penzance Monitored & reported windsurfer in rough seas MCA/HMCG No Yes
6131 05/01/2006 NCI Penzance AuxCG in Station to assist search for missing person MCA/HMCG No Yes
6132 02/01/2006 NCI Newhaven One person cut off by tide GC Team attended MCA/HMCG No Yes
9237 05/10/2005 NCI Polruan Relayed telephone call from disabled dinghy to Harbourmaster.HM dory attended to tow in. No No
11006 11/01/2001 NCI Bass Point Reported tanker anchored over submarine cables to CG and BT Marine Liaison. Tanker moved on. NCI No Yes
10130 11/01/2000 NCI Nells Point Assisted in clarifying possible incidents for LB to check and recover one sunken dinghy. No casualties MCA/HMCG Yes Yes 2111
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9132 NCI Holehaven Assisted disabled FV to conatct CG.Towed in by LB. NCI Yes No
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Currently 56 NCI stations are operational and manned by over 2600 volunteers keeping watch around the British Isles from Fleetwood in the North West, through Wales, to the South and East of England to Hornsea in the East Riding of Yorkshire. 

NCI watchkeepers provide the eyes and ears along the coast, monitoring radio channels and providing a listening watch in poor visibility. They are trained to deal with emergencies offering a variety of skills and experience, and full training by the NCI ensures that high standards are met.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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