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TheCoastguardTeam Dec 8
We are urging the public to avoid visiting exposed coastal areas today with strong winds and large waves expected as arrives. Please and follow the to stay
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Porthcawl RNLI Lifeboat Dec 14
🎥 Porthcawl RNLI - LIVE cam this morning Avoid exposed coastal areas during rough weather. Big waves breaking over cliffs, sea walls and piers can sweep you out to sea. Watch our cam live and get current weather conditions:
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RNLI-Com-SafetyWithernsea 5h
Tide Times for Monday 16th December don't forget to add the following times Hornsea+ 5 mins Tunstall+ 7mins Withernsea+ 8mins Dimmo+ 12mins Kilnsea+ 15mins Spurn point+40mins Always carry a means of calling for help
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Adam Higginbottom Dec 14
Blackpool sea front earlier today 🌊 The likelihood of being swept out to sea is significantly increased during this weather. We, and can’t stress enough the importance of keeping a safe distance from the waters edge.
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Barmouth Lifeboat Dec 10
What a change. It’s wild out there today. Please keep away from cliff edges, surging water, big waves, piers, etc.....no life is worth a photo. If you see anyone in trouble call 999 and ask for the coastguard.
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RNLI - Lerwick Dec 11
Is a photo worth it? These images were just a few minutes apart. As you can see, this person was standing in the same spot as breaking waves. Please don't take any unnecessary risks in the name of a good shot.
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RNLI-Com-SafetyWithernsea 5h
This chilly Sunday morning on exercise doing some local knowledge familiarization. Crew was split into 2 separate launches( evolutions)☺️
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RNLI Poole Lifeboats Dec 13
As Christmas 🎅🏻 party season approaches don’t let this be the helping hand you need. Remember: Sea temperatures are extremely cold ✅ Plan your route home away from the waters edge ✅ Travel with others ✅
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Rhian Mulligan Dec 14
Be careful if you're near the coast today 🌬🌊
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Jack Lowe Dec 7
Just back from a paddle on the high seas with some new kayaking buddies. So pleased to have finally found some company on home waters for my favourite pastime, all come about from the video I posted last weekend — social media at its best...
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Science Dec 14
76%! The sea should be permanently glowing!
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Gareth Morrison Dec 8
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Newquay RNLI Lifeboats Dec 8
During a storm, keep away from exposed areas like cliffs, sea walls and piers - big waves can sweep you out to sea. If you see someone in trouble, call 999 or 112 and ask for the Coastguard. Picture: Kev Goulding.
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Open Water Related incidents & advice Dec 8
campaign maybe coming to an end. Please continue to make sure that your friends are getting home safely after a night out drinking. Don't let your friends walk home alone near open water.
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RNLI-Com-SafetyWithernsea Dec 13
With the weekend here and Christmas parties going on please remember to be and leave no one behind. Make sure you ALL get home safe ! Alcohol and open water don’t mix well.
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Ardrossan Coastguard Dec 8
Please stay up to date with the forecast today with adverse weather expected and please always and avoid visiting exposed coastal areas during periods of severe weather. In a coastal emergency dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard
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UNION HALL RNLI Dec 7
Please be vigilant over the next 24 hours, stay away from , if you see someone in trouble on or near the water dial 999/112 and ask for
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Neville Murphy 15h
Community spirit at its best. volunteer crews who will be on call all over the Xmas period take time out to organise a free Santa visit and Christmas Tree of Remembrance to remember those gone before us
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RNLI-Com-SafetyWithernsea Dec 11
A little more light reading for on the importance of . Think it’s working 😊He got one 🤗
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Jack Lowe Dec 8
Roker’s Return: We kept a keen eye on the weather forecast from the outset yesterday. After a couple of hours on the water, we managed to time our return to Roker perfectly before the weather started closing in...
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