Dec 22, 2017
Hoylake hovercraft was tasked to 3 persons cut off by the tide on Middle Eye in the River Dee in poor visibility.
Nov 29, 2017
Hoylake Lifeboat was brought to immediate readiness when a gas alarm sounded on an offshore gas installation. The lifeboat was prepared for launch and was moved onto the slipway before eventually being stood down by the Coastguard.
Nov 24, 2017
Hoylake Hovercraft was tasked following reports of a person in difficultly at the waters edge directly out form the lifeboat station.
Nov 23, 2017
UK Coastguard requested that Hoylake Lifeboat be brought to immediate readiness on report of an emergency at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Oct 25, 2017
Hoylake Lifeboat was tasked by UK Coastguard at 11:36pm to launch to a 26ft motor yacht that had reportedly run aground with one person on board, who was suffering from illness.
Oct 8, 2017
Hoylake hovercraft was tasked by UK Coastguard to a 21ft speedboat with two persons on board that had suffered engine failure and had run aground in the Runcorn Bridge area of the River Mersey.
Sep 12, 2017
Hoylake Hovercraft was tasked by UK Coastguard following reports of a person with 2 dogs being cut off by the incoming tide in the Moreton shore area.
Jul 30, 2017
Hoylake Hovercraft was tasked by UK Coastguard following reports of an individual in the water off the Gunsite car park in Leasowe Bay. New Brighton Lifeboat was also tasked.
Jul 26, 2017
Hoylake Lifeboat was tasked by UK Coastguard at 23:59 to a 15m motor vessel "Venom" having engine difficulties in the River Mersey.
Jul 20, 2017
Hoylake Hovercraft was tasked at 19.22 by the UK Coastguard to a person cut off by the tide on a groyne off Harrison Drive, New Brighton.
Jul 16, 2017
SHOUT: UK Coastguard requested that Hoylake Lifeboat launch to aid the 25m Tug "Venture", which had broken down and was drifting in the Crosby Channel.
Jul 16, 2017
Hoylake Lifeboat was tasked by UK Coastguard at 3:43am to a vessel on fire on the small boat moorings in the River Dee at Thurstaston.
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When RNLI lifeboats are tasked to a rescue this is commonly referred to as a 'shout'.
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