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Old 13 February 2008, 06:04   #1
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Bang goes the no claims bonus

Could be expensive - I believe the RNLI self insure...

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Old 13 February 2008, 06:07   #2
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Ouch!!!

Wonder what happened to the rib?
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Old 13 February 2008, 06:17   #3
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Oh dear, and the only access for vehicles to Rathlin is by small island car ferry. Would have thought they could have used floatation bags and dragged the boat off the rocks though.

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Ouch!!!

Wonder what happened to the rib?
She "berthed" on top of the breakwater
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Old 13 February 2008, 06:36   #5
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I saw the pics of it a few yards from the lifeboat-is that what you mean? Or is that still there as well?
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Old 13 February 2008, 17:07   #6
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the truth

Listen Guys,

Let the guys from the RNLI do their job, the boat is still on the rocks and hopefully will be recovered by a floating barge Friday 15th, Its a long story but trust me no one is to blame, ( I know I was at there ). These things happen and we all learn from them. Ok rib net members dig deep we need a new lifeboat for the North Antrim Coast, I will be happy to accept any donation. Remember you don`t Know when you might need the RNLI.

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Old 13 February 2008, 17:29   #7
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Listen Guys,

Let the guys from the RNLI do their job,
who was suggesting anything else - or interfering in what they do? Not sure if that statement was intended the way it comes across to me. People are interested. Thats not surprising.

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Its a long story but trust me no one is to blame, ( I know I was at there ). These things happen and we all learn from them.
good - perhaps there are lessons we can all learn from this story - so feel free to begin telling the saga so that we too can all learn from them.
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[QUOTE=Polwart;237792] who was suggesting anything else - or interfering in what they do? Not sure if that statement was intended the way it comes across to me. People are interested. Thats not surprising.

Sorry if the start of my thread came accross that way, it was not intended.
The guys/girls from the Rnli and local people have worked 24/7 for the last two weeks to recover as much from the boat as possible, she is a shell at present ( 13 Feb ), all parts recovered will go to other boats as spares . Hey Guys feel free to make a small donation.
Will post a few pictures in due course.
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sea trek by any chance was it one of your boats that the rnli were out training with/ rescuing?
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sea trek by any chance was it one of your boats that the rnli were out training with/ rescuing?
Thankfully no, but one of our boats was giving a hand.
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Old 14 February 2008, 03:41   #11
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On TV news this am, saw a RIB on the rocks near to the stranded RNLI boat. Was this the attempted rescue casualty or the attendant RNLI's own RIB?
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Old 14 February 2008, 06:14   #12
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The latest news story: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7243983.stm

I love the final sentence: The North Antrim assembly member, Ian Paisley Jr, has called for an inquiry into the grounding.

Which presumably the MAIB will do anyway as a matter of course (as probably do the RNLI). Is that a politician trying to get media air time? or is he trying to lay the blame on political opponents in the local council? where the finger was initially being pointed by some parts of the media because there was a navigation aid not working in the area.
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Old 14 February 2008, 06:57   #13
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The latest news story: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7243983.stm

I love the final sentence: The North Antrim assembly member, Ian Paisley Jr, has called for an inquiry into the grounding.

Which presumably the MAIB will do anyway as a matter of course (as probably do the RNLI). Is that a politician trying to get media air time? or is he trying to lay the blame on political opponents in the local council? where the finger was initially being pointed by some parts of the media because there was a navigation aid not working in the area.
I think its more to do with the view of our windbag politicians in this country that nothing is answered until they have had their input, usually to bolster their own publicity and create a reason for themselves to exist.

It's the same with the Napoli - Devon County Council are holding their own inquiry, which will cost taxpayers god knows how much, when in fact an incident at sea is nothing to do with them.

Perhaps if councils and politicians stuck to what they're actually responsible for, we wouldn't have children dying after 30 social worker visits had failed to notice they were at risk...
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Ahh but that was nobody's fault - they just need more training and better procedures!!!
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the MAIB aren't investigating, any idea why not?
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the MAIB aren't investigating, any idea why not?
well they don't investigate every accident. I know of at least two where they haven't even gone as far as a preliminary examination. The MAIB don't always update their website straight away though. I am not sure how they decide which of the reports they get warrants investigation - but I am surprised if this doesn't merit investigation unless there are obviously no lessons which can be learned or perhaps they are confident that the RNLI will do its own investigation? or are busy with riverdance and other higher profile cases which had polution, or significant safety risks.

However the good news is that she seems to be off the rocks now.
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the MAIB aren't investigating, any idea why not?
Not sure but maybe as it's in Ireland the vessel is classed as an Irish vessel and outside the UK and therefore not under their investigative remit?

(posted without looking at the map or the MAIB/MCA/RNLI websites)

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if it is to be investigated would be done by MIAB if in northern Ireland If in Southern Ireland I guess it would be the irish Equivelent.

MIAB decide on wheather to investigate incidents/accidents on a case by case basis. Unusual accidents and similar types of incidents are the ones that are usually investigated.
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Old 22 March 2008, 14:46   #19
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Ouch... been a bit of an expensive year for them...

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And now (so I believe) the Dunbar boat has been torn from it's moorings in the conditions and dumped on the rocks

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