Tag: Arran RNLI

Allan has seen it all in 35 years with the RNLI

The milestone, and sad occasion, was marked by the entire crew of the lifeboat station in Lamlash when they presented him with a special gift at one of their final training sessions before coronavirus curbed their regular training events.

Salmon company donation to Arran RNLI

Each year the company raises money for a local charity by serving up salmon in a bun at their stall at the Brodick Highland Games and this year they selected the Arran RNLI which received £550.

Injured walker rescued from Fairy Dell

On Monday August 5, AMRT were called out at 4.20pm to assist a female walker who had fallen and injured her shoulder in the Fairy Dell area, near Lochranza.

Busy summer continues for Arran RNLI

Arran RNLI’s busy summer continued with their 16th callout for the year after a request to go to the assistance of sailing vessel with mechanical difficulties in Brodick Bay.

Night rescue for RNLI

At 10.29 pm on Monday August 12, the Arran RNLI crew assembled and launched the inshore lifeboat Rachel Hedderwick to come to the assistance of the vessel which had suffered dual engine failure and was adrift.

Crowds pack the pier for RNLI open day

Curious onlookers packed the Lamlash Pier and lifeboat station at last Saturday’s open day to witness a demonstration of the capabilities and rescue work of the Arran RNLI.

Lifeboat rescues distressed swimmer

Arran’s RNLI crew successfully rescued a distressed and vulnerable man from the waters of Brodick Bay over the May Day bank holiday weekend.