Good link with a brief but salutory recounting of the story of the 14-man rib. I read on.....the report covers 5 callouts over Easter 2003. The Redbay was first, but there followed an even better story......
"At 1741 on the Saturday, the ALB launched to assist the yacht Thalia aground at the approaches to Malahide Estuary....transferred the three crew to the lifeboat...During the Sunday afternoon both the ALB and ILB launched in rough sea conditions with a strong easterly force 6-7 wind, the ILB transferring two crew members who were on board the yacht Thalia, still hard aground, to the ALB. They were attempting to recover the yacht from which they had been rescued by the lifeboat on the previous Saturday."
The report makes no further comment. One can only imagine what went through the minds of the lifeboat crew as they re-rescued those yachtsmen.