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Irish Coast Guard
Our mission is to reduce the loss of life on Ireland’s seas, cliffs, lakes & waterways. In an emergency dial 112 or 999 and ask for COAST GUARD
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Irish Coast Guard - Howth Jan 13
Irish Coast Guard at Howth investigated reports of people putting themselves at risk during Storm Brendan. Two 4x4 units spoke to multiple people around the harbour and sea front between Howth and Clontarf.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 13
The Coast Guard strongly advises the public to stay away from exposed beaches, cliffs & piers during storm conditions. Remember to Stay Back, Stay High and Stay Dry. If you see someone in difficulty in the sea or on the shore dial 999/112 & ask for Coast Guard.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 13
Stay Back Stay High & Stay Dry! If you see someone in difficulty in the sea or the shore dial 999/112 & ask for the Coast Guard
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 13
The Coast Guard strongly advises the public to stay away from exposed beaches, cliffs & piers during storm conditions. Remember to Stay Back, Stay High and Stay Dry. If you see someone in difficulty in the sea or on the shore dial 999/112 & ask for Coast Guard.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 13
Breaking waves along the coast can be unpredictable and quickly drag you away. Do not approach breaking waves. Stay Back, Stay High & Stay Dry! (Everyone was safely rescued in this incident)
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 13
We strongly advise the public to stay away from exposed beaches, cliffs and harbours along the coast today. Remember to Stay Back, Stay High and Stay Dry! If you see someone in difficulty in the sea or on the shore dial 999 or 112 and ask for the Coast Guard
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 12
Status Red Marine Gale Warning Gale force 8 to storm force 10 southerly winds will develop overnight and on Monday morning on all Irish coastal waters and on the Irish Sea. Winds will reach violent storm-force 11 at times from Mizen Head to Slyne Head to Malin Head.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 12
Breaking waves along the coast can be unpredictable and quickly drag you away. Stay Back, Stay High & Stay Dry! Do not approach breaking waves.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 12
With approaching the Coast Guard strongly advises the public to avoid exposed beaches, cliffs and harbours during storm conditions. If you see someone in trouble, do not hesitate, dial 112 or 999 and ask for Coast Guard.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 12
The Coast Guard strongly advises the public to stay away from exposed beaches, cliffs & piers during storm conditions. Remember to Stay Back, Stay High and Stay Dry. If you see someone in difficulty in the sea or on the shore dial 999/112 & ask for Coast Guard.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 11
Breaking waves along the coast can be unpredictable and quickly drag you away. Do not approach breaking waves. Stay Back, Stay High & Stay Dry! (Everyone was safely rescued in this incident)
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 11
Status Orange Wind warning for Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Wexford, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick & Waterford Stay Back, Stay High & Stay Dry! If you see someone in difficulty in the sea or on the shore dial 999/112 & ask for Coast Guard.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 11
Congratulations to new Coast Guard Watch Officer trainees Colm Murphy, Amy O'Neill and John McLoughlin on completing the four-day Watch Officer induction course. Pictured with Denis Rowe Operations Training Officer
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 11
If you see someone in difficulty in the sea, or on the shore dial 999/112 and ask for the Coast Guard.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 11
The Coast Guard strongly advises the public to stay away from exposed beaches, cliffs & piers during storm conditions. Remember to Stay Back, Stay High and Stay Dry. If you see someone in difficulty in the sea or on the shore dial 999/112 & ask for Coast Guard.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 10
. have issued a Status Yellow Wind warning for Donegal, Galway, Mayo & Kerry South to Southwest winds 50 to 65 km/hr gusts 90 to 110 km/hr. At the coast, high seas and gales will give a risk of coastal flooding. Valid: 15:00 Friday 10/01 to 11:00 Saturday 11/01
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 10
Breaking waves along the coast can be unpredictable and quickly drag you away. Do not approach breaking waves. Stay Back, Stay High & Stay Dry!
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 7
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar spoke to the director of the Coast Guard, Eugene Clonan to thank staff and volunteers for their ongoing work in the search operation off Hook Head. As the search continues, our thoughts are with the family and friends of the missing fisherman.
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Leo Varadkar Jan 6
Thanked chief this morning for the vital work of his teams off Wexford in very difficult circumstances, plus the other volunteers. Our thoughts are with family and friends of the missing fisherman, and his colleague, as the search continues.
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Irish Coast Guard Jan 6
Searches continued today for missing fisherman William Whelan with , , local fishing vessels, local Coast Guard units and Rescue 117. The Coast Guard will continue to support and MCIB with the ongoing search and investigation.
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