Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross T.D. has signed an Order transferring Wicklow Port Company to Wicklow County Council, with the consent of his colleagues Paschal Donohoe T. D., Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform and Simon Coveney T.D. Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government.
Panel of Surveyors
A list of the Current Panel of Surveyors for Fishing Vessels of less than 15m in Length overall is listed below
Wednesday 27 July 2016
Irish Coast Guard Helicopters (S92 Search and Rescue) have had a busy early morning. The Waterford based Coast Guard helicopter, following the successful rescue of a lone yachtsman off the Wexford Coast late last evening, subsequently transferred a patient to the UK. The National Ambulance Service, (National Emergency Operations Centre), requested the assistance of the Coast Guard for the transportation of two separate patients to two different locations in the UK. The second of these missions was completed by the Dublin based Coast Guard helicopter.
Wednesday 27 July 2016
The Coast Guard Rescue coordination centre in Dublin last night coordinated the successful rescue of a lone yachtsman who was discovered on his overturned yacht 20 miles off the Co Wexford coast.
21 July 2016
A father and son were rescued today, having being washed overboard from their kayak, thanks to the vigilance of Beach Lifeguards based at Tracht / Kinvarra.
1 July 2016
Today the Irish Coast Guard launched their summer safety campaign “No Life Jacket? No Excuse.” This aims to promote the wearing of Life Jackets not just on the water but also at shore related activities like Rock Fishing. 2 out of 5 people who drown don’t intend to be on or in the water. If you fall into the water in Ireland without a Life Jacket you dramatically reduce your chance of making it back out alive.
No Life Jacket?
Time: 1st minute in the water.
Thursday 23 June 2016
A cliff rescue team from the Achill volunteer Coast Guard unit have recovered the body of a young male from a deep blow hole (approx. 65ft) at Dun na mBó*, near Eagle Island. Co. Mayo. The team from Achill were tasked by the Malin Head Rescue Co-Ordination Centre, earlier this afternoon, on the request of An Garda Síochána following reports of a missing person.